Bluxome Center & Bluxome Street Fair

Venue consult and community events

The Client

Located in the heart of San Francisco’s up-and-coming South of Market neighborhood, Bluxome Center is a community space founded by real estate company Alexandria Real Estate that celebrates the potential of young minds by hosting educational programs and events. With an emphasis on STEM based programs, Bluxome kicked off its first year by hosting a free community festival, educational training sessions for Education Outside, dance showcases for Diggs Deeper and more.

Goals & Challenges

  • Create a community outreach strategy, space design, and regular programming for a multi-functional open space focused on STEM & youth.
  • Come up with a brand identity for this unique multi-functional space that reflects the goals of bridging relationships in the community and providing a necessary resource for events.
  • Launch a new event space complete with venue rules, vendor preferred lists, and best practices and act as Venue Manager.

Celebrating Playdate and inspiring more innovation.

Community and educational events

We activated the space by hosting community and educational based events with an emphasis on STEAM (science, tech, education, arts, math) organizations. 

Hosted over 35 events

Over the period of 2 years, we hosted over 35 events for 2500+ people and partnered with 11 organizations like Girls Who Code, UCSF, SFUSD, and htm.elle.

Bluxome Street Fair

We produced a Street Festival called Bluxome Street Fair, where we hosted all the local businesses, a main stage, and a STEM youth fair for hundreds of local neighbors to help build strong relationships with the SoMa community.

Vendor Team


Parks at 5M


Greg Manalo


The Mogli

“Never have I attended something quite as cool as what was hosted this evening. It felt like a true neighborhood happening, which is a coup if you think about the location, the immediate past history, and the diversity of groups who came together to celebrate tonight. Real estate people and biotech folk were rubbing shoulders with artists, community activists, winemakers, tennis players and do-ers of every kind. The music was amazing.


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