This is only a test Earlier this week, the tip of the impossible-to-miss Salesforce Tower lit up in multi-colored hues. That’s because the tower is in the process of testing out their upcoming LED light piece by visual artist Jim Campbell. “We...Show More Summary
San Francisco isn't really known for the height of its skyline, and nothing makes that more clear than the newly opened Salesforce Tower. At 1070 feet and 61 stories high, Salesforce Tower is by far the tallest building in the tech metropolis. Show More Summary
See the celestial phenomenon in the sky A few folks dragged themselves out of bed early this morning, with the power of excitement and caffeine coursing through their veins, to see the rare super blue blood moon lunar eclipse, a rare...Show More Summary
7.8 million gallons of drinking water will be saved every year with a blackwater recycling system at the new 1,070-foot tall Salesforce Tower in San Francisco. The skyscraper, designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, will be equipped...Show More Summary
Noted skyscraper comes with San Francisco’s lack of “visual swagger” The most impressive part of the Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed Salesforce Tower, now officially open for business, is the experience from street level. A structure ofShow More Summary
San Francisco's Salesforce Tower officially opened on Monday, and the building received a welcome befitting of its new residence: gray skies, fog and intermittent rainfall.
Salesforce opened its new offices in Salesforce Tower on Monday with fanfare including a live DJ and a photo booth. At 1,070 feet and 61-stories high, Salesforce Tower is the biggest building in San Francisco. It's completely changed...Show More Summary
"Skyscrapers tell a different story. They are the pyramids of our civilization, permanent monuments of our existence. They show who is in charge and what they think about themselves. Salesforce Tower is breaking a San Francisco height record that stood for nearly half a century."
Salesforce Tower, which at 1,070 feet is the tallest office building west of the Mississippi, will be inhabited in January, signaling tech’s triumph in the city.
A few words for San Francisco’s most talked-about building of 2017. As the year draws to a close, Curbed SF asked informed locals in architectural, design, and x-factor industries to reveal their thoughts on 2017. Above all constructions this year there was one that literally stood above all—the Salesforce Tower. Show More Summary
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No comment The 1,070-foot-tall Salesforce Tower will soon open for business as San Francisco’s tallest building. It seems that a few local wisenheimers have an opinion about its silhouette. Most notably, San Francisco rapscallion Micah...Show More Summary
TweetMighty Sutro on the left and brand-new SFT on the right, with Mt. Tam in betwixt, in this view anyway: Still adjusting to seeing SFT from many many places all over our Bay Area…
Salesforce and WeWork are taking their relationship to the next level: They're moving in together. Salesforce Tower, a 1,070-foot-high skyscraper that will be the tallest and most expensive building in San Francisco when it's completed, has signed on WeWork as a major tenant. Show More Summary
WeWork has money to blow, so the $20 billion startup is putting some of it toward a second headquarters — this time in San Francisco instead of New York, Recode reports. The plan is to locate the HQ in the new 61-floor Salesforce Tower,...Show More Summary
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More than 60 stories above the ground, construction workers climb makeshift stairs and cross narrow steel planks to put the finishing touches on Salesforce Tower, now San Francisco's tallest building.