Rafael Viñoly’s contextual design for NEMA Chicago found its way to Forbes, which highlighted the building’s sense of history as well as its modern aesthetic. Developed by Crescent Heights and featuring interiors by the Rockwell Group, NEMA Chicago is poised to be the city’s tallest residential tower when complete, rising 76 stories on the southern edge of Grant Park. As Sophia Chan of Crescent Heights told Forbes, “Rafael Viñoly Architects has crafted a structure that pays homage to [architect] Daniel Burnham’s rational urban plan for Chicago.” When complete, residents of these luxury apartments in Downtown Chicago will enjoy modern interiors, breathtaking Lake Michigan views, and 70,000 square feet of luxury amenities by David Rockwell and Crescent Heights’ in-house team.

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