Liberty Station Conference Center
For many years, the property that today’s Liberty Station Conference Center sits upon was a combination of World War II era maintenance buildings, along with a sand volleyball court. The approximately 35,000 square foot Liberty Station Conference Center building's original designation was Building 623, owned by the Liberty Station Master Developer the Corky McMillin Company. It was used on occasion for public meetings and the occasional dance, ceremony, or event.
In 2011, private investors acquired the facility and began to develop a plan for the renovation of Building 623. In the summer of 2012, the building was completely renovated, and was reopened in September of 2012 to the community. Today, Liberty Station Conference Center serves as an active hub and center for events, activities, seminars, education, training and many other uses for both public and private individuals, groups, organizations, and companies.