The iconic Fox Cities Exhibition Center features 30,000 square feet of indoor exhibition space and includes a flexible pre-function area, additional meeting rooms, and a main floor welcome area. Additionally, the exhibition center offers 17,000 square feet of pedestrian plaza that accommodates outdoor programming and provides a seamless transition from the exhibition center to neighboring Jones Park.
The signature element of the building is the 82-foot-tall LED-lit tower that serves as a nod to 1882 when the first hydroelectric power station in the county began operation at the Atlas Pulp
and Paper mill along the Fox River in Appleton.
The project also includes the construction of a skywalk connecting the Fox Cities Exhibition Center to the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel that is located across the street.