NEMA Chicago unveiled the Skyline Collection—two- to four-bedroom residences on floors 49 through 76. The residences feature a private entrance and dedicated lobby, exclusive amenity and service offerings, high-speed elevators and more.
“The NEMA brand has set a new standard in luxury rental living in major cities across the United States,” said Bruce A. Menin, managing principal at Crescent Heights. “The Skyline Collection at NEMA Chicago builds upon that, responding to the demand for larger, more spacious floorplans and creating a serviced residential experience for those who seek an unprecedented level of quality.”
The Skyline Collection offers extended ceiling heights and premium finishes, complemented by the city’s most impressive vistas of Grant Park, Lake Michigan and Chicago’s iconic skyline enjoyed through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. Residences feature custom-designed kitchens and walk-in closets and other upgrades.
Many homes feature large balconies and select residences also boast 20-square-foot private outdoor terraces. Monthly pricing starts at $4,899 for two-bedrooms, $6,013 for three-bedrooms and $14,900 for four-bedroom apartment homes. Flexible lease terms and move-in incentives are available.
In addition to NEMA’s extensive Signature collection of amenities, Skyline residents enjoy exclusive amenities including priority parking, a stunning outdoor terrace on the 48th floor with breathtaking park and lake views, a private lounge and the Chicago Room—a glass-enclosed event space equipped with a 98-inch 4K display, fully-immersive sound system, and full catering kitchen—creating the perfect setting for any special occasion or corporate meeting. The 48th floor also features a dedicated workspace with six executive boardrooms that present a more intimate setting than NEMA’s expansive 16th Floor CoWork.
To complement the bespoke amenity collection, a suite of hospitality-style services deliver the finest in luxury living with a dedicated porter, complimentary continental breakfast and coffee service, luxury lifestyle concierge service, exclusive guest suites, bespoke programming and events, and more.
NEMA was designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly and Rockwell Group, and built by McHugh Construction. With its completion, the building was also recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council with a LEED Silver Certification.
Key sustainability strategies included connectivity to the local community, public transportation access and parking provided for low-emitting and fuel-efficient vehicles. Residential units also feature efficient plumbing fixtures, high-efficiency heat pumps for heating and cooling, and low-VOC paints, coatings, adhesives, sealants and flooring systems. Overall, the NEMA tower is nearly 28.9 percent more efficient than a baseline building. Through design, construction and operations practices that improve environmental and human health, LEED-certified buildings are helping to make the world more sustainable.