from Hospitality Design
When Benjamin Marshall first designed the Atlantic Bank Building at 168 N. Michigan Ave. in downtown Chicago in 1912, it quickly became a beacon in the city. Through the years, it underwent many iterations until it was finally brought back to life as the 218-room Hotel Julian last fall. HBA restored the building's famous terracotta façade and added five new floors (part of Marshall's original plans), while local firm the Gettys Group oversaw the guestroom and corridor design and New York-based Workshop/APD was tasked with updating the ground floor, including the steakhouse About Last Knife.
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