Courtyard Chicago Glenview/Northbrook under new ownership

 
 
Updated 5/25/2022 9:09 AM

Courtyard Chicago Glenview/Northbrook has been sold effective May 24, 2022. The 149-room property located at 1801 Milwaukee Ave., in Glenview, Illinois, has been purchased by California based Myat Thida Myint & Associates LLC. The company has selected General Hotels Corporation based in Indianapolis, IN as the new management company for the property effective immediately.

"Chicago is a beautiful and vibrant city with hardworking people. Looking forward, we believe this city has great economic potential as we recover from the pandemic together as a nation. Therefore, we have decided to expand our investment portfolio into the Chicago hospitality industry to serve the people and do our part in stimulating the city's growth. We are excited to welcome everyone to our new hotel and are honored to join the Chicago community," said Dr. Aung Oo, one of the two owners of Myat Thida Myint & Associates LLC. "This is our first location in the Chicago market, and we look forward to being a part of the great community of Glenview," said Dr. Myat Thida Myint.

 

Both the ownership and management company are pleased to announce the property's existing hotel staff will be staying on in their current positions. "Having a great team already in place helps to make for a very smooth transition," said Jim Dora, Jr., President & CEO with General Hotels Corporation.

Courtyard Chicago Glenview/Northbrook is located just 5 minutes from the Chicago Executive Airport and 20 minutes from O'Hare International Airport. This hotel is popular for travelers visiting attractions like Kohl Children's Museum, Chicago Botanic Garden and Ravinia and local corporations including Allstate, CVS Health, GN Beltone, NIPSTA, and Astellas.

For more information about this property, visit: marriott.com/chigv

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