When you live at NEMA you have the support of an experienced team of industry professionals who make living in Mid-Market a truly unique experience. NEMA is more than just a high-rise; it’s a community where residents interact on a daily basis with our team, experiencing all that Mid-Market and the city has to offer.
NEMA is a very special place to call home. No matter how long you choose to live with us, your life will surely be filled with special experiences and memories to last a lifetime. One of these special life moments recently occurred on the rooftop deck at NEMA as Miriam accepted Joe’s wedding proposal with the beautiful San Francisco skyline as their backdrop.
It’s springtime in the City; the days are warming up and so is the local events scene. From ArtSpan events to Earth Day celebrations, here are a few must attend events to get on your calendar this April.
Experience the city’s first rotating pop-up kitchen, just minutes from NEMA! Veteran restaurateur Steve Paoli and business partner Kristina Skoro have opened Joint Venture Kitchen (JVK), the city’s first fully stocked rotating pop-up kitchen.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner and San Francisco knows how to celebrate in style. The San Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, now in its 167th year, attracts a host of revelers each year and has become a San Francisco cultural tradition.
San Francisco’s emerging Mid-Market neighborhood is a dynamic place where people work, live and play. You’ll find markets, restaurants, bars, and no shortage of arts and culture while sharing the streets with employees of some of the world’s most influential tech companies.
We have really enjoyed some incredible weather for the month of February. The crisp, clear skies have presented some beautiful opportunities for Instagrammers to capture some amazing photography, showcasing life at NEMA.
Get ready to feast your eyes on some public placemaking in the neighborhood! The San Francisco Arts Commission has announced that British Trinidadian artist Zak Ove’s ambitious sculpture installation Invisible Men will go on display in Civic Center Plaza from late July to October 2018.