In another phase of the urban-suburban cycle in America, the Chicago suburbs made iconic in the 1980s by John Hughes are once again being abandoned by well-to-do Chicagoans as the city center booms, and new collections of luxury homes rise to ever-greater heights. Take NEMA Chicago, for example; the 896-foot-tall skyscraper on the southern edge of Grant Park is the tallest residential building in Chicago and offers residents luxury South Loop rentals with breathtaking city and Lake Michigan views, access to a suite of amenities that spans 70,000 square feet, and proximity to the South Loop and Museum Park—the home to the city’s finest cultural and entertainment destinations.