Soho House
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Each property in the rapidly expanding Soho House portfolio seems to outdo itself, and the group’s latest outpost - this time in Chicago - is no exception. Housed in a former belting factory, built in 1907, the group’s in-house design team has seamlessly blended the building’s original features with all the essential amenities needed to create what is their biggest - and best - club yet. Comprising 40 guestrooms, a Cowshed spa, fitness centre, screening room and what is starting to become a signature rooftop pool, bar and kitchen, non-members can take solace in the fact that the lobby lounge and two restaurants - Pizza East and Chicken Shop - have their own streetside entrances and are open to the public.

Restaurant with green sofa

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restaurant with wooden table

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hotel room with carpet on flooring and red armchair

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113-125 North Green Street
Chicago IL 60607


Scott Mitchem is one of the longest-tenured Wallpaper* contributors, joining the team in 1999 after attending Purdue University and moving to New York City from his hometown of Chicago. He started as an editorial associate, later served as Brazil Editor-at-Large while living in São Paulo, and is currently a contributing editor based in Miami. Scott covers design, architecture, travel, and all things Brazil while working as an executive in design and real estate development and working towards a Master’s Degree at Georgetown University. He has written for many other publications and was one of several authors who recently contributed to The Architecture of Studio MK27, a book by Rizzoli chronicling the history of the acclaimed Brazilian architecture studio founded by Marcio Kogan.