The Concourse Exhibition Center, located at 635 8th Street in San Francisco, offers 125,000 square feet of space, making it an ideal venue for your next large scale event or trade show. The converted railway station features a glass and steel pavilion with sandblasted redwood accents, wall-to-wall carpeting and natural light from the windows and retractable skylights. The building is stylishly finished, yet provides enough flexibility to create a unique atmosphere for every event.
The Concourse can be segmented into two independent halls and is a popular locale for major conventions and corporate events. Dinner seating up to 5,000 people or 6,800 people for a reception is available. Though the Concourse has a list of recommended companies, it accepts all catering services. Beverages, however, are exclusive to the venue.
Some of the Concourse clients have included: Cisco Systems, Disney Interactive Studios, Electronic arts, Facebook, and Lucas Films.
As part of the South Market area in San Francisco, the Concourse Exhibition Center is a short drive from the Moscone Center, another venue for conventions; the Metreon, a state of the art technology and entertainment marketplace; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and AT&T Baseball Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.