Now I’ll tell you, I have no idea as to why a building literally made in San Francisco would market itself as being “MADE IN SAN FRANCISCO.”
And yet, that’s what we have now with NeMa, the “New Market” building.
Can somebody explain what AMENITIES, NOT ENEMIES means? What’s the relationship between these two things? Do they somehow comprise, you know, a dramaturgical dyad and I just don’t get it?
Now, let’s hear how real San Franciscans are reacting to slogans such as “TECH SAVVY, NOT SHABBY”
“The slogans on the new apartment megaplex at 10th/Market make me wanna hurt something.”
“That wasn’t even the worst one! That honor goes to “Amenities, not enemies”
“I’ve got your amenities right here pal!“
On It Goes…