Moscone Center in San Francisco – Photo Friday
It’s Photo Friday and I’m highlighting a wonderful place to visit in San Francisco to start you off on a fantastic weekend. The Moscone center in downtown San Francisco is a very popular hangout spot for lunch, some sun tanning or a late afternoon nap around the green belt areas and plaza especially on Fridays when everyone wants to be outdoors. This well designed urban development has been a haven for those wanting to take a short break and enjoy some open space that includes stunning views of downtown San Francisco.
The parks and open spaces blend in effortlessly within a mixed use development plan including: eateries and bars, a skating rink and children’s center, three world-class museums, a theater and performance arts center, and a shopping center. Each facility is anchored at strategic locations to maximize the traffic flow and public space use. The plaza and plazas and are perfectly situated above the underground Moscone center complex, which is the largest conventional center in San Francisco. The Moscone Center hosts many large-scale international conferences and events year round and attracts a large tourist and economic revenue base for the city of San Francisco.
The entire center is wonderfully designed and well planned to merge businesses, open public spaces, art and recreation areas within a confined zone. The various stages of development at Moscone Center has taken over a decade of building into a successful urban model that incorporates the needs of business, government and the community – creating synergy and well designed public areas that serve multiple public functions. At the very least, it’s a nice place to gather and enjoy some cultural activity or eat out and go shopping in the city.
If you find yourself in downtown San Francisco needing a respite from the urban jungle with some open space and cool water features – take a break at the Moscone Center or enjoy any of the cultural, food, shopping and entertainment offerings at this center.
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