Illinois Real Estate Journal Names Sable Hotel at Navy Pier and Offshore Rooftop Venue as Project of The Year

USA, Chicago, Illinois. August 02, 2022

Maverick Hotels and Restaurants announced today that its Sable Hotel and Navy Pier and Offshore Rooftop Venue has been recognized by Illinois Real Estate Journal as Project of the Year for the Hotel / Hospitality category. Robert Habeeb, Founder and CEO of Maverick made the announcement.

Over 600 Commercial Real Estate professionals from across Chicagoland attended the awards ceremony. 175 finalists from a variety of commercial real estate segments were recognized, and 52 awards were given.

The Illinois Real Estate Journal "Project of the Year" recognition is the latest in a growing list of prestigious awards that Sable Hotel and Navy Pier and Offshore Rooftop Venue development has received.

Others include:

· USA TODAY READER'S CHOICE 10 Best New Hotels 2021

· USA TODAY Top Ten Hotels in Chicago

· https://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/577483-largest-rooftop-bar

· Rated #1 hotel near Navy Pier by TripAdvisor

"We are very proud of our Navy Pier project and the numerous recognitions that it has received," said Habeeb. "We look forward keeping the project in the spotlight and on the minds of those travelers and guests who are looking for a one-of-a-kind dining and lodging experience."


Sable Hotel at Navy Pier - Chicago, IL
Sable Hotel at Navy Pier lobby
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