As reported by Crain’s, the new collection of 800 South Loop rentals from NEMA Chicago is helping meet increased demand in the area. The skyscraper from Crescent Heights sets itself apart from other new buildings with its superlative height (at 896 feet, it is Chicago’s tallest residential tower) as well as its contextual design by architect Rafael Viñoly and interior firm Rockwell Group. The resulting tower features numerous nods to the Windy City, like its Willis Tower-inspired “bundled tube” silhouette, all of which are part of the NEMA philosophy that emphasizes local history and style when bringing a new collection of rentals to an American city.

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