Luxury boutique hotel chain could evolve in Michigan with interest in new development


The Chicago-based luxury hotel chain, The Godfrey, could potentially be part of a new development in Michigan, according to sources.

The group is involved in a plan to demolish an empty building at 1401 Michigan, Corktown to make space for a new 150-bedroom hotel with reports of a rooftop bar also forming part of the proposal.

The site at Michigan Avenue is currently owned by an entity linked to the owners of Nemo’s Bar & Grill.

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The development is a plan in progress and still needs to go through various city approvals before becoming reality.

The Godfrey currently comprises properties in Chicago, Boston and Tampa.

Another is scheduled to open in Hollywood this summer.

The potential site of the new hotel in Corktown was last used as a City Cab building. 

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