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Heather Bozman

COVID-19 Is Hurting Chicago’s Hotels And Downtown Real Estate

A global pandemic and one of the worst recessions on record is a double-whammy for Chicago-based Hyatt. After all, few people want to stay in a hotel right now, let alone spend hundreds of dollars a night for a high-end room.

Reset checks in on how COVID-19 is affecting Chicago’s hotel industry and downtown real estate.

GUEST: Danny Ecker, commercial real estate reporter at Crain’s Chicago Business

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