168 North Michigan Avenue
168 North Michigan is the historic restoration of Marshall and Fox’s 1916 Atlantic Bank Building in Chicago, Illinois. Boston Valley Terra Cotta worked with restoration specialists, BTL Architects, and Central Building & Preservation to recreate terra cotta masonry for the building’s signature façade.
Named after the patron saint of hospitality, the Hotel Julian is a luxury hotel in the heart of downtown Chicago, located diagonally across from Millennium Park. The redevelopment of this building was led by Oxford Capital Group and Quandrum global. The Hotel Julian stands at 17-stories tall with a five-story addition wrapped in a glass curtainwall, designed by Hirsch Architects.