Salesforce may be getting ready to sign a lease for 300,000 square feet at the 1,070 foot, Cesar Pelli-designed Transbay Tower now under construction on Mission Street between First and Fremont. The Transbay Tower, which is being billed as a "vertical campus" in marketing materials, is set to be the tallest building in San Francisco upon its completion. If Salesforce does make a deal, it will take up a significant chunk of the building's 1.4 million square feet of space. The deal would also give Salesforce additional room near the 450,000 square feet it has planned for 350 Mission.
The talks between Salesforce and the Transbay Tower are in early stages, according to the SF Business Times. The marketing office for the building won't even open until next month, although a representative for the building has said that they are open to discussions and will be ready to deliver the building in late 2016 or early 2017. If Salesforce employees do move into the Transbay Tower, they will enjoy 13-foot high ceilings with plenty of natural light, excellent air quality provided by outside air intakes on every floor and a grove of redwoods at the building's entrance.
· Previous Coverage of the Transbay Tower [SF Curbed]
· Salesforce in Talks to Take Chunk of Transbay Tower [SF Business Times]
· Salesforce's Next Big Lease? [Real Estate Bisnow]
· Transbay Tower [Official Site]