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CRANEWAY PAVILION - THEN

INDIE Market’s venue, the Craneway Pavilion, located on the water with a spectacular view of San Francisco, isn’t just a cool location with great bones; it has a
rich history:

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CRANEWAY PAVILION - NOW

We’re not saying INDIE Market comes close to matching the manufacturing achievements of Ford Motors or the country coming together to during WWII. But we do believe today’s makers carry on the uniquely American tradition of ingenuity, resolve, and manufacturing excellence.

We follow Craneway’s legacy of innovation and pulling together to accomplish something great.

QUICK FACTS

Ford Motor Company Assembly
Plant, the largest on
the West Coast,
opens in 1931

Innovative building designed by industrial architecture great,
Albert Kahn

Site of the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National
Historical Park

Awards

2009: AIA of the East Bay Citation for
Architecture Award

2011: AIA
Honor Award
for Achievement

2011: Best of Green, March Wong Donn Logan Architects for
the Ford Assembly
Building Project

Source: Craneway Pavilion website

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