by Jay Koziarz
There’s light at the end of the tunnel for the long-delayed hotel conversion of Chicago’s 1916 former Atlantic Bank Building.
Located at 168 North Michigan Avenue and steps from Millennium Park--recently crowned the Midwest’s number one tourist destination—the 218-room project will be officially known as Hotel Julian.
According to an official release from its developers, the moniker is derived not from an event or figure from the building’s or Chicago’s storied past, but rather St. Julian Hospitaller, the patron saint of hospitality and innkeepers.
Read more at Chicago Curbed.