McKibbon Hospitality to manage upcoming Chicago Hyatt House

The 14-story Hyatt House Chicago Fulton Market District brings extended-stay guestrooms to the neighborhood. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

McKibbon Hospitality has been awarded the management contract for the Hyatt House Chicago Fulton Market District. The hotel is being developed by Sterling Bay and is owned by an affiliate of Wheelock Street Capital and Sterling Bay.

The hotel will be McKibbon Hospitality’s first managed property in the Fulton Market District of Chicago. General contractor Skender recently topped out construction of the hotel, which is expected to open in summer 2019.

“We look forward to establishing a presence in this up-and-coming area of Chicago through the Hyatt House Chicago Fulton Market District,” Randy Hassen, president of McKibbon Hospitality’s hotel management division, said in a statement. “The hotel is a great management opportunity, and we are confident that together, all involved will bring a top-notch extended-stay option to the heart of the exciting Fulton Market District.”


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The 14-story Hyatt House will be the first hotel in the Fulton Market District that caters to extended-stay corporate travelers. It will offer 200 guestrooms and suites, a lobby level bar, meeting space and a top-floor pool with a sky deck overlooking downtown Chicago. Other amenities include complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi and an on-site fitness center.

McKibbon Hospitality manages nearly 80 hotels across the country, and represents brands including Marriott, Hilton and Hyatt.

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