Generally speaking, San Francisco is considered to be one of the most gorgeous cities the world has ever seen, and thanks to the thriving tech industry, the SOMA district is among its most popular areas for rental housing. NEMA is the newest high-rise to address that need.
As with other cities out there, San Francisco always has something under construction. New buildings are always added to neighborhoods, while other ones are fixed as needed. Although it may be hard to find anybody who was born in San Francisco nowadays, the majority of residents there value being a local after living there for a couple of months.
This is the exact spirit that NEMA, the new rental community at 10th and Market, thought about when planning out the place. The design strongly concentrates on the look and feel of Northern California, reflecting on what is around it. In fact, all of the amenities and the whole architectural feel of the place signifies the lifestyle of every proud San Franciscan.
NEMA recently opened a leasing office to show possible renters what the new NEMA rental community has to offer at 14 Tenth Street. Renters can enjoy VIP privileges within apartments that are so modern, they don’t have any paperwork around. Instead, they rely completely on digital portals for work, thus pleasantly saving the environment at the same time.
To really get a feel for what the new NEMA rental community has to offer, this leasing office was built to look like the NEMA public spaces and lobbies that showcase soothing colors and textures inspired by North California’s natural beauty.
The new NEMA rental community has four connected buildings: two high-rise ones and two mid-rise ones. All of these buildings were designed by the Handel Architects partner, Glenn Rescalvo. One of the high-rise and one of the mid-rise buildings will be completed by fall 2013, while the rest will be completed in early 2014. Rooms will range between 463 square feet and 1,482 square feet, and all of them will have sleek interiors matched with top-notch technology and world-class architecture.
Every apartment will have polished wood or concrete floors, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, European bath fixtures and a dryer and washer in the unit. The apartment views from the new NEMA rental community will face the City Hall dome, the Financial District, Russian Hill, Twin Peaks, the San Francisco Bay, Bernal Heights, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
The first floor of the new NEMA rental community will be filled with retail assets. Health, wellness, social and professional amenities will be all around NEMA, as well. There will also be a Club Solarium, a fitness center designed by Jay Wright, a heated saline pool outside and a full-service Business Lounge.
While parking can be very hard in San Francisco, residents at the new NEMA rental community won’t have any trouble because of the wide garage in it complete with 24/7 valet. Car wash and car sharing stations will be present, too. For those who want to bike around the streets, there will also be bike repair service, storage and lockers available to them.