The Future of Moscone Center
The Official Website of the Moscone Expansion & Improvements
September 11, 2017
New Moscone Center strives for elegance amid enormity
January 23, 2014
The $350 Million Plans For Expanding San Francisco’s Moscone Center (SocketSite)
December 18, 2013
First look: Moscone Expansion plans (SF Biz Times)
December 13, 2013
$500M Moscone Center Expansion Moving Right Along (Curbed SF)
October 22, 2013
Oracle Hosts Large Convention in San Francisco, Traffic Around Moscone Center Affected (NBC Bay Area)
About 60,000 people are expected to attend the Oracle Open World convention.
February 06, 2013
District to fund Moscone Center expansion approved (SF Examiner)
San Francisco lawmakers on Tuesday approved a plan that will provide key funding for the major expansion of the Moscone Convention Center.
December 29, 2012
Moscone Center expansion plans move ahead (SF Chronicle)
Just months after completion of a $56 million upgrade of the Moscone Convention Center, the city is moving ahead with plans for a half-billion-dollar expansion of the facility, with an opening date of 2018.
September 17, 2012
Moscone Center expansion plans unveiled by travel association (SF Examiner)
In a bid to re-establish The City’s place among West Coast convention destinations, the Moscone Convention Center could add more than 200,000 square feet of underground and aboveground convention and meeting space.
December 18, 2011
Moscone Center has had miraculous impact on SF (SF Examiner)
On April 11, 2000, the Giants opened their new ballpark. Even before it opened, it was heralded as “the miracle on Third Street.” But there’s another miracle on Third Street, just a few blocks north of AT&T Park, that’s celebrating its 30th anniversary this month. It’s called the Moscone Center.
November 13, 2011
Moscone makeover could draw higher-profile events to San Francisco (SF Examiner)
Over the past 30 years, the city-owned Moscone Convention Center has helped turn the once-gritty South of Market neighborhood into a red-hot destination. Almost 1 million conventioneers each year visit the sprawling center.