Skokie Illinois Homewood Suites
The Skokie Village Board has approved a plan to build a 142-room hotel and conference center at 4930 Oakton Street on the site of the former Skocie High School building on the city's south side. The Skoka Hotel and Conference Center (in color above) at 4700 W. Main Ave., Skoksie, Ill., was approved by the Skoka Village Board by 6: 1 votes with Mayor John D'Amato abstaining.
Under the agreement, the east side of the hotel will include a pedestrian passage that will provide a lift to the roof. The hotel has to secure 186 parking spaces, and the village officials said those spaces likely came from the parking garage of the Skokie High School building on the city's south side. Lorge said it will contain about 2,000 square feet of retail space and about 1,500 square feet of office space. Under the agreement, which was approved by the local council on Tuesday, 31 July 2016, by a 6: 1 vote for approval by the Board of Trustees, the hotel must secure 186 parking spaces. Village officials had said the places will be available to residents, business owners, hotel guests and visitors, but that they will cost about $1.5 million to $2 million a year.
Under the agreement, the east side of the hotel will include a pedestrian passage that will allow an elevator to the hotel roof. Lorge said it will contain about 2,000 square feet of retail space and about 1,500 square feet of office space, and he said they will be housed in a 1.5-acre parking garage on the south side.
According to the municipal representatives, the rent - the free use of the rooftop bar - is permitted under an agreement between Lorge's company and the city of Skokie. Permitted under an agreement with the village of Skokies, a restaurant and retail space on the roof of the hotel, and permitted by village officials. Permitted under a contract with the city government of Skoka in the amount of $1.5 million.
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He said his company was very excited to work in Skokie and could not have asked for a better experience before approving the project. He told others that someone had been on the property before and he was "very excited" about working in Skokies, but could not ask for better experiences until he had received the permit for the project. She said her company was "extremely excited" to work with Skoksie but could not have had a "better experience" until it received approval for the projects.
Village manager John Lockerby said Annie's was not adversely affected by the hotel development and could remain at its current location for the time being. Village manager John Lockerkey said the hotel development will not adversely affect Annie's and it is "highly likely" she will stay at the current location.