Source: Bisnow

In the past few years, developers in Chicago created thousands of new hotel rooms, and that boost in supply makes 2019 an anxious time for some in the hospitality sector, especially those establishing locations in new neighborhoods like Fulton Market, or bringing in concepts new to the city.   
Part of the worry comes from a drop-off in business. In 2018, Chicago attracted a record number of visitors, including millions of convention-goers who packed its hotels. But conventions typically alternate which cities get to host their annual events, and many from 2018 won’t return to Chicago until 2020 or 2021.

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