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Salesforce Secures Rights to Transbay Transit Center and Park

Salesforce Secures Rights to Transbay Transit Center and Park

Having already secured the naming rights to the tallest tower in San Francisco, Salesforce is on the verge of securing the naming rights to the adjacent Transbay Transit Center, Grand Hall, rooftop park, playground and amphitheater. While the 25-year, $110 million deal doesn’t exclude other companies from sponsoring events... Read More »

Redwoods, Sculpture and Funicular Ousted from Plaza Plans

Redwoods, Sculpture and Funicular Ousted from Plaza Plans

The approved plans for the future half-acre Mission Plaza at the base of the Transbay/Salesforce Tower feature a grove of 20 redwood trees, a 41-foot-tall sculpture assembled from concrete blocks salvaged from the former terminal on the site and a funicular from the plaza to the new City Park... Read More »

UCSF Getting Ready to Break New Ground in Mission Bay

UCSF Getting Ready to Break New Ground in Mission Bay

Having purchased Mission Bay Blocks 33 and 34, which are across the street from UCSF’s Mission Bay Medical Center and adjacent to the Warriors Arena site, from Salesforce.com last year, UCSF is getting ready to break ground on its first phase of the 3.8-acre site’s development. As proposed, a... Read More »

Privatization of Open Space for Salesforce Closer to Reality

Privatization of Open Space for Salesforce Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year, Salesforce.com is planning to convert 13,000 square feet of its existing office and restaurant space at 50 Fremont Street and 8,900 square feet of the building’s publicly accessible open space into a childcare center with private outdoor play areas for up to 116... Read More »

Salesforce Tower Above Ground: Two Years and 1,070 Feet to Go

Salesforce Tower Above Ground: Two Years and 1,070 Feet to Go

With its massive 14-foot thick concrete foundation having been cured and its basement levels constructed, the future Salesforce Tower and tallest building in San Francisco is now rising above ground. The 61-story tower will reach a height of 1,070-feet over the next two years. Salesforce, which is paying $560... Read More »

Salesforce Planning to Privatize Plaza for Childcare Center

Salesforce Planning to Privatize Plaza for Childcare Center

Salesforce.com is planning to convert 13,000 square feet of existing office and restaurant space on the first and second floors of their tower at 50 Fremont Street into a childcare center for up to 125 children of Salesforce employees. And as a plugged-in tipster notes, the plans include converting... Read More »

Dubs Buy Mission Bay Site?  Duh

Dubs Buy Mission Bay Site?  Duh

While positioned as evidence of the Golden State Warriors’ commitment to building a new arena In Mission Bay, and reported as evidence of the team’s confidence in being able to get the development done despite some vocal opposition, the fact that the Warriors have exercised their option to formally... Read More »

Uber’s Worldwide Headquarters Ready To Rise

Uber’s Worldwide Headquarters Ready To Rise

The general contractor in charge of building Uber’s worldwide headquarters in Mission Bay is now soliciting bids from subcontractors to start driving the piles upon which the development will rest and is planning to break ground in January. Designed by SHoP Architects, the two campus buildings to rise up... Read More »

New Salesforce Tower On Fire

New Salesforce Tower On Fire

There’s a fire in the 30-story tower which is under construction at 350 Mission Street and workers are being evacuated. According to a reader on the scene, it “looks like (the fire is) on the higher floors on the Beale Street side” (as opposed to the Fremont Street side pictured... Read More »

Salesforce Paying $640 Million For 50 Fremont Street Tower

Considering that Salesforce.com signed an 18-year lease for over half the 817,000-square-foot building they currently occupy at 50 Fremont in 2012, a lease which includes the right to buy the building in 2017, it really shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the company is reportedly in... Read More »