NEMA Chicago, the city's tallest rental building, leaves no box unchecked.
On the 48th floor, the chic Vista Lounge is an exclusive sanctuary accessible only to Skyline residents.
Rooted in the city’s rich history, 76-story NEMA Chicago draws inspiration from the Willis Tower and The Burnham Plan, legendary architect David Burnham’s famed 1909 document recommending a series of projects, such as new and widened streets, parks and civic buildings, to beautify and improve Chicago.
This Skyline Collection residence offers wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows.
And the most luxurious spaces at NEMA are those in the Skyline Collection, an exclusive set of homes on floors 49 through 76. Framed by picturesque views of the skyline, Grant Park, Lake Michigan and Soldier Field—all from the comfort of a lofty high-rise—Skyline residences offer the highest caliber of living in the heart of the South Loop.
A Skyline kitchen showcases a clean aesthetic.
Says Tim Wallace, NEMA Chicago’s asset manager, “The key differentiating factor between NEMA’s Skyline residences and other luxury penthouses in the city is the world-class design quality and meticulous attention to detail.” Polished nickel fixtures and quartz countertops in the bathrooms imbue a luxe touch to the grand homes, with plenty of room for entertaining and a flood of natural light in every room.
Working from home is paired with scenic views.
“Our design concept for NEMA Chicago celebrates Chicago’s architectural legacy as the birthplace of American modernism,” says Rockwell Group founder and president David Rockwell. “A robust amenity program, with spaces for residents to gather and connect both indoors and outdoors, nods to the city’s extensive, historic system of public spaces.”
A dining area is flooded with natural light.
Some of the Skyline residences’ in-unit perks include soaring 10-foot-tall ceilings, multiple private outdoor terraces, smarthome tech and ultra-fast gigabit-capable internet, all complemented by the Collection’s exclusive suite of amenities that span 70,000 square feet.
Bathrooms features luxe materials in organically inspired hues.
A dedicated lobby with a concierge, priority parking, complimentary in-unit package delivery, complimentary breakfast and a private facility on the 48th floor are just a few of the extras Skyline Collection residents can access.
The Vista Lounge, a private bar/lounge for Skyline residents with a soaring 22-foot-tall ceiling.
Residing here means living in luxury each day. As Wallace says, “From the late Rafael Viñoly’s celebrated architectural brilliance to the modern interiors designed by Rockwell Group, NEMA sets a new standard for luxury living in Chicago.” 1210 S. Indiana Ave.
The fitness center offers top-of-the-line equiptment like Peloton bikes, Woodway treadmills and Technogym Skillmills.