Designed by the renowned Rockwell Group, NEMA's interiors are sustainably-crafted and locally inspired. Designed to resonate with the best of Chicago School architecture and to complement the skyline’s iconic American high-rises, NEMA compliments Grant Park’s grandeur at the heart of Chicago’s Burnham Plan. The base also contains a parking garage, resident fitness amenities, and retail.
 NEMA is currently the eighth-tallest building in Chicago and the forty first-tallest building in the United States.
Chicago, Illinois 60605 The tower, built by developer Crescent Heights, has 800 apartments and rises 896 feet (273.1 m) making it the city's tallest rental apartment building. , Despite the financial crisis of 2007–08 and the resulting softening market in 2007, Gerald Fogelson, co-chairman and chief executive of Central Station Development Corp., had sought approval for a 73-story Grant Park Tower III at the 113 East Roosevelt location in 2008. The visual result of this approach is often a direct, spare and rational appearance that resonates with the best of the Chicago school of architecture. Provided by Dodge Data & analytics. 1210 South Indiana Avenue , The development sits adjacent to the southwest corner of Grant Park. 312.766.6362.
NEMA Chicago’s Skyline Collection offers two- to four-bedroom apartment residences with spacious floor plans, extended ceiling heights, and premium finishes for those seeking an unprecedented level of quality.  In mid-2019 Crescent Heights refinanced its original construction loans with KKR Real Estate Finance Trust in order to lower its interest rates by about 80 basis points. 896 feet high in the sky, NEMA Chicago frames the Skyline Collection apartment residences with superlative, unobstructed vistas of Grant Park, Lake Michigan and the city, enjoyed at the top 28 floors of the tower through expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. Rafael Viñoly Architects’ NEMA Chicago will enter into the city’s enviable architectural canon. 54° Escape to 70,000 Square Feet of Bespoke Amenities. Rather than being defined by a visual style, Rafael Vinoly Architects’ buildings are distinct for their logical and careful assembly of building parts that result in innovative architectural solutions. Bookending NEMA Chicago with the Aon Center, the 76-story residential tower with 1,115 square meters (12,000 square feet) of retail space at its base will enhance the grandeur of the park as the heart of Chicago’s Burnham plan. Thoughtful design, extensive and locally inspired amenity collections, and personalized, tech-powered service are at the core of the NEMA ethos.
It is the tallest all-rental residential building in the city.