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. Studios, which are 688 square feet, will start from $3,394/month. One bedrooms with one bathroom and a small den will range between 752 and 1,182 square feet and are priced from $3,436 to $4,577 per month. Two-bed, two-bathroom units are between 1,377 and 1,442 square feet and will run from $5,452/month to $6,480/month. Prepare to riot in the streets: a 1,752 square foot three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment will cost you a mind-numbing $8,950 a month, and it doesn't even have access to a butterfly habitat. It does however, grant you access to all of NEMA's amenities (as do all units in the building), including an outdoor saline pool and an 11,000 square foot gym. Other monthly costs include up to $75 for the monthly utilities package, $250 a month for 1-car valet parking, and monthly rent of $50 per pet (with a cap of two pets per home with breed and weight restrictions).
· High-Tech Highrise: Your First Look at Nema on Market [Curbed SF]
· That Was Quick: NEMA's South Towers 100 Percent Leased [Curbed SF]
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