A Three-Bedroom at NEMA Will Cost You $8,950/Month – On the Rental Market – Curbed SF
The much-talked about 754-unit luxury rental high-rise NEMA opened late last year to much fanfare, so it was no surprise when its South Towers were 100 percent leased just months after officially opening. The development is a mere half block from Twitter’s HQ, and its sales team is definitely catering to the young and affluent tech set—or at least people who have deep enough pockets to shell out $3,500 a month for a studio apartment. Now it’s time for the north towers’ close-up. One is a 37-story high-rise and the other’s a 14-story mid-rise; both were designed by Glenn Rescalvo at Handel Architects. Are you sitting down? Because we have pricing.