The last days of summer are a magical time in Chicago, and there's no better place to make some marvelous memories than at NEMA Chicago. Residents of these South Loop Chicago apartments are in the perfect location to experience the best of what the city has to offer. With everything from epic outdoor concerts to quiet moments by the pool, there are many options to keep residents busy while the days are still warm.

Whether you prefer flip-flops or sneakers, here are just a few of the not-to-be-missed activities Chicago has to offer.

Everyone's craving a little relaxation by the end of summer. What if you could spend the day at the spa without packing a bag? At NEMA Chicago, residents can do just that with a quick trip to the Spa Suite, featuring massage and other wellness treatment rooms.

In need of a swim? A pool day is only steps away with multiple options for taking a dip, including a sunning pool and spa pool located on the 10,000-square-foot outdoor deck. With private entertaining areas supplied with 65" TVs, barbecue grills, ice makers, and refrigerators, it's easy to turn a peaceful pool day into an all-out pool party.

And should the weather take a turn for the worse, residents can head inside to enjoy such favorite summer pastimes as catching a summer flick, shooting hoops, playing a round of virtual golf, or enjoying some old-school arcade games in "The Station."

While all of this might tempt you to stay at home, at NEMA, you're in the heart of Chicago, so get out there and explore the city too. Millennium Park is just a short walk from these luxury apartments in the South Loop Chicago. This legendary park is home to icons like The Bean and the Buckingham Fountain. Connect with nature at the award-winning Lurie Garden or slip on your rollerblades and spin your wheels on the skating ribbon within Maggie Daley Park. There's tennis, mini-golf, pickleball and free workout classes. Or you could just enjoy a meal in the picnic grove or out on the Great Lawn as a band plays on.

Speaking of music, you won't want to miss the historic Grant Park Music Festival. This symphonic concert series began in the 1930s, when then-Mayor Anton Cermak and president of the musicians union James C. Petrillo united to bring the transformative power of music to residents of Chicago who were suffering from the Great Depression. Since then, the Grant Park Music Festival has grown into a beloved tradition, adding a choir of professional singers and featuring the very best classical musicians from across the United States.

The concerts run for 10 weeks. You can catch all performances at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, an extraordinary structure designed by Frank Gehry and one worthy of such an impressive concert series.

With so many festive activities to enjoy in and around NEMA Chicago, it never has to end. Want to learn more about these South Loop Chicago rentals? Contact us today.