The Marina District is an enclave of luxurious homes and some of the city's trendiest shops and restaurants. The neighborhood sits on the site of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, staged after the 1906 earthquake to celebrate the reemergence of the city. Aside from the Palace of Fine Arts, all other buildings were demolished to create a neighborhood that features stately homes and trendy apartments. Union is arguably the best street in the city to window-shop or enjoy one of the hip neighborhood shops or cafes. A few blocks down, Chestnut has an incredible variety of high-quality restaurants catering to every palate and Fort Mason hosts a bounty of cultural museums and nonprofits.