Stanley Turkel | October 18, 2016
By Stanley Turkel, CMHS The Hotel Monaco which opened in 1999 was originally built as a hat factory for the D.B. Fisk & Company in 1912. Daniel Brainard Fisk was born in Upton, Ma. in 1817 and came to Chicago in 1853 where he developed the largest wholesale millinery business in the U.S. After the original Fisk building burned to the ground in the Chicago Fire of 1877, D.B. Fisk moved to a six-story building on the site where the Marshall Field Annex Building is now located. When Marshall Field wanted to construct the present Annex, they built the 13-story D.B. Fisk building at South Wacker Drive and Wabash Avenue in 1912. The archi...
Kimpton to Convert Circa 1903 Pittsburgh, PA Building into 247-room Hotel Monaco; Opening in Q4 2014
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants | September 11, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO (Sept. 11, 2013) - Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced today it will expand into Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with the conversion of an historic, Beaux Arts-style building into a new Hotel Monaco. An adaptive reuse of the city's iconic James H. Reed Building, originally built in 1903, the new Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh will feature 247 rooms, nearly 9,000 square feet of meeting and event space and a chef-driven, 120-seat restaurant with a prominent corner entrance. Slated for a late 2014 opening, the nine story property is located at the intersection of 6th Avenue and William Penn Way, across from prestigious Mellon Square...
Hotel Monaco Denver | July 26, 2013
Denver, Colo. - July 26, 2013 - Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, a collection of boutique hotels and chef-driven restaurants in the U.S., announced today the promotion of two individuals from Hotel Monaco Denver to Mountain region positions. General Manager, Von de Luna, will now serve as the Director of Operations for the Mountain region overseeing operations for three Kimpton hotels including Hotel Monaco Denver, Sky Hotel in Aspen and Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City. In addition, the current Director of Sales & Marketing, Beth Harty, has been named the new Area Director of Sales & Marketing for the entire Mountain region. As Gen...
June 26, 2013
June 26, 2013--Kimpton hotels are known for their complimentary wine hours. But at the chain's new upscale hotel Downtown, you may be able to get a shake to go with that sauvignon. City planning commission members cleared the way Tuesday for the conversion of the James Reed Building on Sixth Avenue into a Hotel Monaco featuring 249 rooms, a rooftop hospitality suite, fitness center, banquet and ballroom space, and a restaurant. Also Tuesday, the commission was briefed on plans to convert the upper floors of the Clark Building on Liberty Avenue into at least 144 apartments and to create an addition to Four Gateway Center to accommodate ...
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