Developer Crescent Heights sees a bright future in Chicago residential real estate, bringing both a collection of apartments and a much larger collection of South Loop rentals to market this year. The bigger of the two projects, NEMA Chicago, is an extension of Crescent Heights’ award-winning NEMA brand, which launched in 2013 with NEMA San Francisco. Now, NEMA Chicago is the tallest residential tower in the city, rising 896 feet with a “bundled tube” design by architect Rafael Viñoly that was inspired by the iconic Willis Tower. Inside, these homes range in size from studios to four bedrooms and feature luxury interiors by the Rockwell Group and stunning views of Lake Michigan and the Chicago cityscape as it expands toward the prairies.

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