In the heart of the East Bay convenient to the 580 freeway – 10min from Berkeley, 5min from the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge, and 15min from the San Francisco Bay Bridge. Nearest major airport: OAK 22.5 miles, 20min, SFO27miles, 30-60min (depending on traffic). (MAP)
Location, Location, Location
180-degree waterfront views of San Francisco, the Bay Bridge, Oakland, Berkeley and the Bay.
Classic western sunsets over Angel Island and Mt. Tamalpais. Stunning views of the San Francisco skylights.
The roundabout doubles as a helipad large enough to accommodate a single rotor craft, if your guests must arrive in style, we can provide an executive experience.
Public Transit Accessible
Sample Floor Plans
Things To Do
Welcome to Richmond
Craneway Pavilion and Assemble Restaurant
The awe-inspiring Craneway Pavilion is as state-of-the-art as it is historic – the building features original floors, brickwork, window panes, pulleys and an entire crane left as artifacts. The Assemble Restaurant serves fresh local food set among original refurbished equipment from the Ford Plant boiler room.
Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historic Park Visitor Education Center
The new interactive education center and museum located in the historic Oil house of the Ford Assembly building opened in May 2012. An unusual urban national park, it is the flagship national park for telling stories of the home front efforts across the United States. www.rosietheriveter.org
The Bay trail weaves around the South apron of the Craneway. Start from anywhere in Emeryville, Berkeley or Richmond and meet up at the Craneway’s Assemble restaurant for a hearty brunch. Enjoy the spectacular Bay views along the way and at the Craneway. MAP of Bay trail. Calendar of Richmond Bay trail activities here.
Sail, walk or bike. Located within walking distance from the Craneway. Also accessible by bicycle from the Craneway.
Located approximately 10min drive from the Craneway. Also accessible by bicycle from the Craneway.
located off the Richmond shoreline, you can catch a great view from the Craneway south pier. The island has a colorful history: after numerous commercial proposals, the island finally became part of the East Bay Regional Park District in 1968 and access is now permitted only as part of their naturalist tour. www.ebparks.org.
SS Red Oak Victory
Tour the last remaining Victory Ship made in the Richmond Kaiser Shipyards during WWII ware effort. www.ssredoakvictory.com Located approx 10min drive from the Craneway. Also accessible by bicycle from the Craneway.