The American Institute of Architects New York highlighted the work of Rafael Viñoly Architects and the Rockwell Group at NEMA Chicago, the new collection of South Loop apartments from Crescent Heights’ award-winning rental brand. Viñoly’s contextual design took inspiration from the bundled tube silhouette of the world-famous Willis Tower, while the Rockwell Group’s interiors “play with the idea of the city grid.” In addition to 800 luxury rental homes ranging in size from studios to four bedrooms, NEMA Chicago is home to 70,000 square feet of high-end amenities, including full-size basketball and squash courts, a regulation boxing ring, multiple lounges, and a 75-foot indoor lap pool.

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