City of Chicago Statement on the Conversion of the Selina Hotel
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CHICAGO ~ The City of Chicago has stepped up to aid the displaced workers of the Selina Hotel at 100 E. Chestnut, which was no longer in a viable financial position and had to end its relationship with the hotel. On October 28, the City offered assistance to those affected by the closure.

In addition, the City will be utilizing the Selina Hotel as a homeless shelter for up to seven months this winter. The 116 rooms in the hotel will be funded by an emergency and transitional housing grant, as part of their mission to serve unhoused Chicagoans. The property will not be used to house asylum seekers.

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The City is rising to the challenge of serving one of their most vulnerable populations and providing shelter during winter months.

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