Since topping off earlier this summer, cladding has continued at the site of 200 N Green Street, known as the Hoxton Hotel. The latest addition to Chicago's Fulton Market, the 12-storey, 175-room hotel features two distinct volumes, the tower portion clad with boxy, factory-esque glass windows, while the much deeper podium level will have similar windows complemented by period-apprporiate brick cladding, thereby integrating the structure into its post-industrial surroundings. 

Hoxton Hotel, rising high in Fulton Market, image by Forum contributor harryc

Located just west of The Loop, the Hoxton Hotel will place guests within the heart of trendy Fulton Market, home to numerous shops and restaurants, and in close proximity to Morgan Station. 

Brick facade, podium level, image by Forum contributor harryc

Designed by GREC Architects, the hotel's early 20th-century vibe has been pulled off effectively, especially with the podium base, whose redbrick facade blends seamlessly into the historically industrial neighbourhood. 

200 N Green St, image by Forum contributor harryc

Paired with the grid-style windows of the tower, the lower and upper volumes play well off one another, the hotel to feature a rooftop terrace and restaurant by the Chicago-based Boka, which will provide guests with excellent views of the skyline. 

SkyriseCities will be sure to return to this project as progress continues. For more information, check out the associated Database file and Forum thread, and as always, feel free to join the conversation in the comments section below. 

Related Companies:  GREC Architects, Morris Adjmi Architects, Shapack Partners