When developer Crescent Heights secured a massive refinancing for NEMA Chicago back in July (ahead of the first residents’ arrival), the superlative tower was already 35% leased. Designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, with interiors by Rockwell Group, this collection of South Loop apartments for rent made waves when it reached its ultimate height of 896 feet, making it the city’s tallest residential building. The homes inside range in size from studios to four bedrooms and feature contextual design elements inspired by Chicago’s city grid, which reveals itself through floor-to-ceiling windows, thanks to the building’s location at the southern edge of Grant Park.

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