Residents of the South Loop rentals at NEMA Chicago have some of the most spectacular views in the city, as a recent article in Crain’s showed via a spread of breathtaking vistas taken from the building’s penthouse. NEMA Chicago, the city’s tallest residential building, was designed by renowned architect Rafael Viñoly to echo the Willis Tower’s iconic “bundled tube” design with a geometrically tapering silhouette that allowed the new tower to reach its impressive 896-foot height. Chicagoans seeking a home with floor-to-ceiling windows and views that span from Lake Michigan to the Downtown skyline and beyond will love these luxury homes, which feature contextual interiors inspired by the city’s grid layout.

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