Tasked with designing a skyscraper in Chicago, Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly felt the weight of history. “Chicago is the birthplace of American architecture,” said Viñoly, who took inspiration from 20th-century city planner Daniel Burnham when creating his vision for NEMA Chicago, the forthcoming collection of Downtown Chicago rentals. This 800-residence tower on the edge of Grant Park features a minimalist aesthetic that pays homage to Chicago classics like the Willis (formerly Sears) Tower. Inside, residents will have access to a suite of high-end amenities, including wellness facilities, lounges, and a coworking space, all with spectacular Lake Michigan and Downtown Chicago views.

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