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New Chicago Residential Tower Sets a New Standard in a City Famous for Height
"Chicago’s tallest residential building recently welcomed its first renters — and their views are some of the best in the city," reports Randi Stevenson.
The building, Nema Chicago, was developed by New York-based Crescent Heights and designed by Rafael Viñoly. The building has space for 800 luxury rental units and 70,000 square feet of "community amenities," reports Stevenson.