The typical American Millennial is unlikely to mirror the retirement of their grandparents — or even their parents. According to analysis in the publication Science, developed countries have seen an increase in longevity, more than two years every decade. A person born in 1998 is likely to live to 95.
As the birthplace of the modern skyscraper, Chicago has been a magnet for architects since the early 19th century: Brilliant designers like Henry Ives Cobb, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Jean-Paul Viguier have contributed to the iconic cityscape. In a town with such a rich architectural history, modern hoteliers can offer, immaculately designed properties set within landmark structures.