Chicago is In Phase 2 of Its Reopening Plan.  Originally, the name 113 East Roosevelt was associated with the whole three phase development and reflects the address on Roosevelt Road (at the corner of Indiana Avenue) of Phase I of the development. 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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. 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. NEMA's smart-home-ready Signature Residences range from studios to three-bedroom technologically advanced apartments, each presenting the perfect canvas for personalized comfort.  NEMA is currently the eighth-tallest building in Chicago and the forty first-tallest building in the United States. Designed by the renowned Rockwell Group, NEMA's interiors are sustainably-crafted and locally inspired. 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. Rafael Viñoly Architects worked with Chicago’s Plan Commission to amend the local master plan and respect the Lake Michigan waterfront. It is the tallest all-rental residential building in the city. The city’s smartest residence, NEMA Chicago is a 76-story architectural icon located on Grant Park, designed by Rafael Vinoly and David Rockwell, and boasting unprecedented lake, park, and city views. Sustainably-built and community-minded, NEMA embraces its residents' various lifestyles, creating an elevated experience, a new kind of home. Curbed, "Rafael Viñoly's 76-Story South Loop Tower Lands Construction Permit," Jay Koziarz, October 2016, ArchDaily, “Rafael Viñoly Proposes Twin Residential Towers for Chicago’s South Loop,” Karissa Rosenfield, September 2016, The Architects’ Newspaper, “Apartments in Disguise,” Matthew Messner, May 2016, Financial Times, “New Residential Towers in Chicago’s South Loop Signal Upturn,” Troy McMullen, October 2015, University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago Medicine, Center for Care and Discovery, Residential Building at Casares and Gelly, LEED Consulting / Energy Modeling / Commissioning, Tower design inspired by Daniel Burnham’s rational urban plan for Chicago, Creates a tall bookend to the existing downtown Loop skyline along Grant Park, Ground level retail space engages the public while a landscaped pool deck on the 16-story base creates an urban vista for tower residents. 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.  Similar to Willis Tower, the building uses a "bundled tube" configuration, consisting of nine interlocked steel tubes as its framing system, and concrete walls extending to perimeter columns for wind protection.
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