As NEMA Chicago neared completion in July, Crain’s reported that developer Crescent Heights secured a $340 million loan to lock in a lower interest rate going forward. Residents are already living in these South Loop rentals, which are housed in the tallest residential tower in the city, offering panoramic views of the cityscape and Lake Michigan through floor-to-ceiling windows as well as from the building’s luxurious outdoor lounges and other amenities. Designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, NEMA Chicago is built with a “bundled tube” layout inspired by the iconic Willis Tower, and it’s clad in the reflective glass that has become a staple of contemporary skyscraper construction.

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