Salesforce Tower at 110 Bishopsgate is an office building in the City of London EC2.
The tenants include Salesforce, Trailstone and Duck and Waffle restaurant on the 40th floor.
The building was named The Heron Tower upon completion and got renamed after the popular CRM software developer Salesforce London offices moved into the building in 2014.
The building reaches 230 metres into the skyline and is situated a mere 200 metres from Liverpool Street, one of the biggest commuter stations in London.
The tower provides 40,836m2 of commercial office space, along with a restaurant and sky bar on levels 38-40.
It has a number of special features such as photovoltaic cells to generate renewable energy that contributes to the overall power requirements of the building and help to create a solar shield and triple skin glazed facades to reduce heat gain by 45% over a standard glazing solution.
Salesforce Tower is a state of the art development that sets new standards for office buildings.
With an emphasis on quality and detail, the building has a number of unique features, including fully glazed double-decker lifts and Britain's largest privately owned aquarium, which is situated in Heron Tower's reception area and will contain 1200 fish of 67 different species when fully populated by summer 2011.
The building also has a BREEAM environmental and sustainability rating of ‘Excellent' and its south façade is veiled with photovoltaic cells.
Ten 3-floor villages and one 6 floor village. A village comprises a full base floor and two gallery floors arranged around a north-facing atrium. This maximises the floorplate and offers far greater layout possibilities bringing important benefits to the day-to-day operations of the tenant.
BAR & RESTAURANT
The Restaurant & Sky Bar together with external terraces will be situated on floors 38 - 40. They will sit 175m above Bishopsgate and boast unparallel views across the City and beyond. Tenants of the City's number one business address as well as members of the public will be able to eat in the Tower from early in the morning until late at night. The Restaurant & Sky Bar, which is 13,423 sq ft (1,247 sq m), will be accessed from a dedicated entrance on Bishopsgate; two scenic lifts will travel directly to the 39th floor restaurant and bar entrance level.
Ted Schama of leisure property agents Shelley Sandzer has been appointed to secure the very best operator for the Restaurant & Sky Bar.
2018 - Serviced offices available through London Office Space.
2019 December - "Ohana Floor" opens at the top of Salesforce Tower London.
Occupiers upon completion in 2011:
McDermott, Will & Emery, the US law firm, occupies floors 8-9. They moved in in March 2011.
Floors 17-19 were pre-let to Landmark plc, the boutique provider of premium serviced offices, and will be the company's flagship centre, opening in July 2011.
Drake & Morgan operate the ground floor bar and restaurant, which opened in June, trading as ‘The Drift'.
SUSHISAMBA will operate the restaurant and sky bar at the top of the tower, opening late 2011 and offering an exciting blend of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian food. It will be open to the public and accessed by direct, scenic lifts from Bishopsgate. Sitting 175m above the City, there will be external terraces and spectacular views.
Site & Location
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