Soho House, a private international club geared toward the entertainment industry, will open an outpost in Chicago in a six-story West Loop building that in 1907 was the Chicago Belting Factory. (We learned this back in January.) The move is part of the company's rapid expansion, which includes new Houses in Istanbul, Mumbai and Toronto. The latest news in the pipeline: The Chicago Soho House will have three restaurants open to the public. One will be an outpost of London's Pizza East; another will be a burger place and the third a chicken concept. In addition, members of the club will have access to the bar and kitchen on the glass-enclosed roof. (Other amenities: a rooftop 60-foot pool, 35 guest rooms, a 40-seat screening room and a 12,000-square-foot gym.) Soho House Chicago (113–125 N Green St) is slated to open in spring 2014.