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Soho House Chicago

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Address

113-125 N. Green St.

Neighborhood

Near West Side

Architect

Lawrence G. Hallberg, 1907

Description

This hotel and private members club is one of several Soho House locations around the world. Founded in London in 1995, Soho House was designed as a club for film, media and creative professionals. Its offerings include restaurants, cinemas, spas and hotels. Commissioned in 1907, the building once housed the Chicago Belting Factory. Today, one of the public-facing areas, a bar and restaurant called The Allis, is named after the Allis family, which owned the belt company. Other spaces include a rooftop terrace with a 60-foot swimming pool, a screening room, a gymnasium with a boxing ring, a spa and several food and drink options. Renovations completed in 2014 preserved the concrete industrial loft design and added lux and rustic touches, like tufted leather, vintage chandeliers and exposed brick. Elements of the building's past, such as fire safety glass and wooden panels, have been re-purposed and are on display, along with pieces of art from nearly 200 artists.

Members Only Site

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Archived In

2018