They just notified members that they will close at the end of September. :(
I have been riding in all summer, and while traffic picked up some it is no where close to what it was pre-pandemic. At most 10% of the lockers appear to be in use, and there used to be a waiting list to get a locker.
It's hard to accept that there may no longer be enough of a bike to work culture to support services such as this.
Streetsblog coverage of this: https://chi.streetsblog.org/2022/09/08/hub312-is-closing-this-month...
Years ago I would use the facility on a daily rate basis. On days when I needed a shower I would pay the fee. I did not park my bike there. I once used it during the jazz fest when my wife and I rode there, showered, changed into more festive clothing, rode to Greek Town for dinner and then back to Grant Park. We took Metra back north and just rode a short way home. The need for a subscription was a turn off for me as I was a part time user. I still commute but I shower before I leave home and I towel off on arrival. It is acceptable but not as good as using what used to be called the bike station.
I do not know if that impacted other riders who were not daily commuters. Either way, it is sad that the facility will be closing. I wonder if there was a different model that may have kept it open but the pandemic botched a lot of business's plans.