Hoxton hotel getting in on Chicago co-working market

The parent company of the boutique hotel is bringing its new co-working brand to Fulton Market

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May.May 22, 2019 01:00 PM
Sharan Pashrica and The Hoxton (Credit: Zachary Kessler via Google Maps)

Sharan Pashrica and The Hoxton (Credit: Zachary Kessler via Google Maps)

The Hoxton hotel is looking to get a slice of Chicago’s growing co-working market.

Ennismore, the parent company of the London-based boutique hotel chain, is bringing its new co-working brand, “Working From_” to the Shapack Partners-developed hotel at Green and Lake streets in Fulton Market, according to the Chicago Tribune.

“Working From_West Loop” will occupy 23,000 square feet on the third and fourth floors of the building, with room for 294 desks. The space will be open 24 hours a day, and perks will include hotel rooms for as low as $25, according to the Tribune. Memberships range from $30 per day to $700 a month for a private space

The chain also plans to open a location in the Hoxton Southwark that opens in London this summer.

Co-working firms have tripled their footprint in Chicago since 2014, led by industry leader WeWork, which has grown so quickly locally it’s set to become Downtown’s biggest office tenant.

Working From_ follows a number of other shared-space providers getting into the Chicago market lately, including Bond Collective and No18. And as it expands its events space presence in the city, Convene also announced a plan to expand its co-working footprint. [Chicago Tribune]John O’Brien


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