The Chicago Tribune’s Architecture Critic, Blair Kamin, reviewed NEMA Chicago, and named it one of the finest efforts of the city’s current building boom.
The Rafael Viñoly Architects-designed, 896-feet tall, tower is nearing completion and set to become Chicago’s tallest rental residential building. The tower rises from the corner of Indiana Avenue and Roosevelt Road and creates a tall southern edge to Grant Park, balancing the mix of heights on the downtown Chicago Loop skyline. All residential units throughout the building benefit from a larger than typical structural bay, a distinction that allows for floor-to-ceiling glass windows with zero sightlines and unparalleled lake and park views.
Residents have access to 70,000 feet of amenities, including outdoor pools, a coworking space, basketball court, boxing gym, sports bar, golf simulator, kids playroom, lounge, and a demonstration kitchen.
Read the review here.