The ambitious rehabilitation of Chicago’s historic London Guarantee Building, transformed what was an underutilized office building into the LondonHouse Chicago hotel. The building stands as one of four 1920s commercial skyscrapers built along the city’s Michigan Avenue Bridge. In addition to its high-style Beaux Arts design, the building holds a prominent position along the river within the Chicago skyline.
This project adapted the building into one of Chicago’s premier hotels with the rehabilitation of the historic London Guarantee building and the construction of an adjacent 22-story glass tower. In total, the property features 452 rooms with meeting rooms and amenity spaces.
Heritage secured federal historic tax credit approvals.
Federal Historic Tax Credits