Second is its history. In 1932, in the Craneway’s first incarnation, Mr. Henry Ford himself and his humanist architect Albert Kahn sculpted a Ford Model A plant. At the end of the main plant, they placed the huge craneway, designed for unloading coil steel from railroad cars that became the parts of the Model A.
In 1943, along came Rosie. Rosies built and loaded jeeps and tanks on liberty ships for the Pacific Theater of World War II. The resulting wartime voluntary desegregation of working America changed the homeland forever.
Third, is its interior dimensioning, divisable into 4 beautiful spaces accommodating up to 5000 people.
Now, The Craneway becomes its newest incarnation, a place to gather, eat, drink, and enjoy. In health, peace, and a breath-taking environment.
If you want to do an event, concert, party, meeting, convention, etc. for 500-5000 people, check it out at www.craneway.com.