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Deep Green will be held at the spectacular Craneway Pavilion in Richmond, California, the most exciting new venue in Northern California, centrally located at the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area region. Set within a dramatic 45,000 square foot space with expansive outdoor areas and panoramic 180-degree views of San Francisco Bay, the event will offer a range of experiences that inform, excite and inspire appreciation of the natural world's remarkable gifts.
Designed by legendary 20th century industrial architect Albert Kahn, the building opened in 1932 as a Ford Motors production plant. During WWII, it was retooled to assemble tanks and jeeps, becoming a hub of homefront efforts that gave rise to "Rosie the Riveter." It has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1988.
This one-of-a-kind location is as high-tech as it is historic. Showcasing state-of-the-art sound, communications, and green power systems; the building features the 21st century's most forward-thinking building standards and green technologies with the structure's original environmentally friendly features – including more than 40,000 panes of glass that welcome in an abundance of natural light. Its private wharf is accessible by ferry from most waterfront locations in the Bay Area, as well as BART, Amtrak, car (the venue has 1,2000 dedicated parking spaces), and by foot or bicycle from the beautiful shoreline Bay Trail.
1414 Harbour Way South
Marina District of Richmond
The Craneway Pavilion, in the Marina District of Richmond, California, is centrally located in the Bay Area – 10 minutes from San Rafael, 10 minutes from Berkeley, 20 minutes from Oakland, 30 minutes from San Francisco.