The design-drive, luxury residential concept, NEMA, from developer Crescent Heights is slated to grow its footprint this year with openings in Boston and Chicago.

“From the onset, every effort is made to blend space and design holistically,” says Bruce A. Menin, managing principal for Crescent Heights. “Through our elevated design process and collaborations with leading architects of the world, residents enjoy a bespoke home that voices the modern vernacular of their city. Extensive amenity offerings found in each NEMA as well as featured art collections are conceived and refined based on local preferences. Interiors are synergized with and connected to outdoor settings, maximizing residents’ access to precious green spaces. Skyline terraces further embody the indoor-outdoor theme and present breathtaking views of local cityscapes.”

Opening this spring, the 76-story NEMA Chicago with feature architecture from Rafael Viñoly with interiors conceived by New York-based design firm Rockwell Group. The Signature and Skyline lobbies will be crafted with raw natural materials and whimsical artwork. The property’s 70,000 square feet of amenities include a modern coworking library on the 14th floor wrapped in burnt wood and textures reminiscent of Grant Park and the 16th floor’s Urban Lounge, where walnut ceilings, wood panels, and a fireplace infuse the space with warmth. Additional event space is located on the 48th floor.

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