Facility Tours

Better understand how FM enhances the broader built environment by seeing innovation and daily operations in action.

WeWork Facility Tour

WeWork

Set near the bustling core of the West Coast’s tech epicenter, WeWork Montgomery Station is six floors of innovative coworking space that catapults your office into the future. Here, we’ve designed workspace that embodies the vibrant, progressive culture of San Francisco. Digital startups and design studios find their secret sauce in our space, but businesses of all types and sizes are cooking up their next big breakthrough with us. Plus, with Yank Sing’s famous dim sum, SFMoMA, and Yerba Buena Gardens all nearby, the lunches are as tasty as the evenings are beautiful.  By participating in this tour attendees will have a better understanding of how co-working is changing the way we work and enhancing employee experience.

SalesForce (CBRE) Facility Tour

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Salesforce Tower, formerly known as the Transbay Tower, is a 1,070-foot office skyscraper in the South of Market district of downtown San Francisco. It is located at 415 Mission Street between First and Fremont Streets, next to the Transbay Transit Center site. Salesforce Tower stands 61 stories and is the centerpiece of the San Francisco Transbay redevelopment plan. The plan contains a mix of office, transportation, retail, and residential uses. This was the last building designed by César Pelli to be completed in his lifetime.  The building is 200 feet taller than San Francisco’s iconic Transamerica Pyramid, and is the tallest office building west of Chicago.

Salesforce Tower features an innovative water recycling system, the largest on-site system in a commercial high-rise building and the first of it’s kind in San Francisco. The Tower is on track to be the highest-rated LEED v4 Platinum (commercials interiors) project in the US.

Adjacent to the Tower is the Salesforce Transit Center and Park, a state-of-the-art transportation hub opening with bus service to 11 Bay Area Counties and the future high-speed rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The 5.4 acre park, located on the top floor of the Transit Center that will feature a jogging path, outdoor amphitheater, open grass areas, a children’s play space, a cafe and a restaurant.

SalesForce (CBRE) Facility Tour

Salesforce Tower, formerly known as the Transbay Tower, is a 1,070-foot office skyscraper in the South of Market district of downtown San Francisco. It is located at 415 Mission Street between First and Fremont Streets, next to the Transbay Transit Center site. Salesforce Tower stands 61 stories and is the centerpiece of the San Francisco Transbay redevelopment plan. The plan contains a mix of office, transportation, retail, and residential uses. This was the last building designed by César Pelli to be completed in his lifetime.  The building is 200 feet taller than San Francisco’s iconic Transamerica Pyramid, and is the tallest office building west of Chicago.

Salesforce Tower features an innovative water recycling system, the largest on-site system in a commercial high-rise building and the first of it’s kind in San Francisco. The Tower is on track to be the highest-rated LEED v4 Platinum (commercials interiors) project in the US.

Adjacent to the Tower is the Salesforce Transit Center and Park, a state-of-the-art transportation hub opening with bus service to 11 Bay Area Counties and the future high-speed rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The 5.4 acre park, located on the top floor of the Transit Center that will feature a jogging path, outdoor amphitheater, open grass areas, a children’s play space, a cafe and a restaurant.

Facebook Facility Tour

Park Tower at Transbay

Park Tower at Transbay is a 45-story office tower located in San Francisco. The tower contains 803,700 square feet of office space and 23,800 square feet of retail space. The garage has 117 parking spaces. Facebook is the sole tenant at Park Tower.

Located at the corner of Howard and Beale streets in the Transbay district of San Francisco, Park Tower sits across the street from the new Transbay Transit Center and just three blocks from San Francisco Bay. The 45-story tower is designed with a massing that integrates three different floor plates. Within these distinct floor plates, a series of large outdoor terraces are carved out to provide substantial outdoor tenant amenity spaces—mini “parks in the sky.”

At the base of the tower is a covered 3,600-square-foot outdoor plaza with a 35-foot-high ceiling. The area is designated as privately owned public outdoor space (POPOS) that abuts both the tower’s main lobby and adjoining retail space. With design features such as raised floors, natural ventilation and high-efficiency building systems, the project addresses several sustainable initiatives and is certified LEED Gold.

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