- Inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial Begins in October
- NFL Draft to Return to Chicago in 2016
- Chicago Plans $248 Million Renovation at Midway Airport
- Sheraton Celebrates $25 Million Renovation
- Second Phase of Renaissance Chicago Update Begins
- Food and Beverage Enhancements at United Center
- Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Offers New Accessible Tours
- ZED451 Completes Renovated Rooftop Event Space
As the first-ever international survey of contemporary architecture in North America, this exciting event will take place October 3, 2015 - January 3, 2016, gathering more than 60 architects, studios and artists from more than 25 countries. Admission is free. Participants and visitors can take advantage of exclusive hotel packages available for bookings between October 1, 2015 and January 4, 2016, unless otherwise noted.
Learn more about the Chicago Architecture Biennial exhibits and hotel deals.
Slated for April 28-30, 2016, the NFL Draft will return to Chicago, which will be transformed into Draft Town once again for an immersive fan experience. The locations have yet to be decided.
Learn more about the 2016 NFL Draft in Chicago.
The largest investment plan for Midway International Airport in nearly 10 years, the $248 million project announced by Mayor Rahm Emmanuel will include an expansion of concession areas, terminal parking areas and security checkpoints.
Learn more about the Midway International Airport renovation.
In celebration of the completion of its $25 million renovation, Sheraton Chicago is offering a special package that includes a wine or cocktail to "toast" to the occasion, paired with special rates starting at $174 per night. The Toast Package is available for stays through September 30, 2015.
Learn more about the special hotel package.
After its completion of renovations to the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel's guest rooms, suites and lobby area, The Gettys Group has shifted its attention to the second phase of the renovation project: the hotel's third floor, which includes a new ballroom and rooftop bar and lounge. The renovation is scheduled to be complete in spring 2016.
Learn more about the Renaissance Chicago renovation.
As part of the ongoing renovation plan for United Center - home of the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Bulls - an innovative dining plan called "Chicago's Plate" brings together long time fan favorites and new food and beverage offerings. Launching this fall, the new concession stands and walk-up bars will be featured on the concourse and club level, including the likes of Big Star, Publican Quality Meats, Jake Melnick's Corner Tap, Leghorn Chicken, Lillie's Q's and much more.
Learn more about the United Center food and beverage program.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust announced new offerings for American Sign Language tours and Touch Tours at its historic sites.
See dates and learn more about the Frank Lloyd Wright ADA tours.
Meetings and events planners have a new alfresco option for urban gatherings with the completion of the ZED451 rooftop, where 2,500 square feet of flexible space offers Chicago skyline views, high-top communal tables, cabanas and fireplace lounge areas for up to 115 guests. A complimentary shuttle can transport guests to and from downtown hotels.
Learn more about the Zed451 event space.