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Salesforce now has a tower in London

Monday, May 26, 201412:00 AM(View: 17272)

Photo by Cushman & Wakefield

Photo by Cushman & Wakefield

Salesforce.com has added a tower in London to go along with its headquarters in San Francisco.

Salesforce agreed to an expanded lease with the 46-story Heron Tower that includes the right to rename the City of London’s tallest skyscraper the Salesforce Tower London, according to real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield.

Salesforce becomes the tower’s largest tenant by taking over 76,679 square feet of space on six floors.

In April, Salesforce agreed to become the anchor tenant in what will become San Francisco’s tallest skyscraper, the 61-story Transbay Tower. That deal, also negotiated by Cushman & Wakefield, gave the enterprise software company the rights to rename the building the Salesforce Tower when it is completed in 2017.

There’s no immediate word from Salesforce on why it sought a second Salesforce Tower or how many employees will be housed in the building, which stands near London’s iconic Gherkin tower.

“Salesforce.com is one of the world’s most dynamic, forward-looking companies and we believe that Heron International’s iconic development at 110 Bishopsgate reflects these characteristics,” Cushman & Wakefield Vice Chairman Dan Harvey said in a news release.

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