Heron Tower becomes Salesforce London Tower

Posted on by Offices.org.uk

THE TALLEST building in the City of London has been renamed as Salesforce London Tower.

The naming rights to what has previously been called the Heron Tower were part of a tenancy deal which sees the CRM company Salesforce.com take six floors of the skyscraper in the Square Mile to make it their UK head office.

Work started on the 202-metre tall building at 110 Bishopsgate in 2007 and finished in 2011. Home to the popular Duck and Waffle restaurant, the building’s tenants include Westhouse Securities, Harvey Nash and OpenWork.

Announcing the renaming, Miguel Milano, president, EMEA, salesforce.com commented:

“The UK is fundamental to our global strategy and we are excited to announce Salesforce Tower London today; the past decade has brought success and growth for our UK customers and the entire salesforce.com UK ecosystem.

“We fully expect that the next year will see salesforce.com build on its positive impact in the UK with Salesforce customers, partners and application developers. We’re particularly excited to announce Salesforce Tower UK today, demonstrating our continued commitment to investment in the UK.”

Click here for details of serviced offices in the Heron / Salesforce.com Tower.

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