Renovated in 2005, the Embarcadero Building features a carefully restored 1930's Art Deco color scheme to the primary facade.
Built in 1936 for the Texas Centennial Exposition, $4 million was spent on preserving the historical heritage on the outside, while updating the inside with additional power outlets, data ports, new air-conditioning, bathrooms and doors. Guests will enjoy convenient parking next to the building and access from Gate 3.
Exhibitions, Fairs, Galas, Performances, Parties, Markets, Seminars, Meetings, Traveling Exhibits
Exhibit Hall, Valued Art, Deco Portico, Renovations Completed 2005, Lobby Entrance, New Heat/Air
- 27,000 sq. ft.
- 15'6" to Beam; 19'9" to Ceiling
- Reception - 2,000
- Theater Style - 981
- Bathroom Stalls - 16M, 17W
- 8' X 10' Booths - 137
- 10' X 10' Booths - 110
- Banquet 60" - 950