With 1K Fulton now open, which of course is the dynamic new office building that Chicago’s Google office and various other high profile companies call home, Fulton Market is continuing its rather robust development boom with reports now surfacing about a significant new hotel project possibly moving forward.
Being planned by Jeff Shapack of Shapack Partners, the new 11-story hotel was just presented to Fulton Market residents earlier this month, which if approved, will be located at 200 N. Green Street, just a block south of The Publican.
According to the developer, the hotel will include approximately 170 rooms, 1,200 square feet of retail space, and two floors of additional office space. For now, the plan is to include a restaurant on the ground level and even an indoor/outdoor space on the rooftop, which would likely include a pool.
If the name Shapack sound familiar, he also developed the neighborhood’s Soho House hotel and club, which has now established itself as one of the coolest hotels in town. As noted by Curbed, New York-based Morris Adjmi is in charge of design with GREC Architects acting as the official architectural firm of the project overall.
Should the 200 N. Green project move forward as planned, construction could begin as early as this year with a completion date set for sometime in early 2018.