A 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico earlier this week, and scientists say one could hit the East Bay "tomorrow." Some Bay Area cities, including Richmond, aren't prepared.
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In the time since the renovation of Ford Point—originally the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant—was completed in 2009, the site has won a string of awards that have helped return the historic landmark to its...
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Tagged Albert Kahn, American Institute of Architecture, California National Register of Historic Places, City of Richmond Redevelopment Agency, craneway pavillion, Eddie Orton, Ford Assembly Plant, Ford Motor Compant, Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, Ford Point, Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture, Ivonne Inurritegui-Folster, Loma Prieta earthquake, Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects, Mountain Hardwear, Orton Development, Roise the Riverters, Rosie the Riveter Museum visitor center, sunpower, Title Nine, World War II Home Front Historic Park