Salesforce Transit Center and Salesforce Park remain open to the public. However, all Salesforce Park activities are temporarily suspended until further notice.
The building is longer than the Salesforce Tower is tall.
During on-site construction in 2012, the fossil of a woolly mammoth tooth was discovered 110 feet deep. In remarkable condition, its enamel was still intact. The tooth is now displayed at California Academy of Sciences.
The total building area is more than one million square feet.
The Transit Center is wrapped in a distinctive awning featuring a non-repeating geometric pattern combining elements of math, science and art discovered by Sir Roger Penrose.
Salesforce Park stretches 4.5 football fields in length or four city blocks.
The entire building is naturally ventilated. The bus deck is open on the sides and does not require air conditioning or heating, exhaust or air filtration systems.
25,000 tons of steel were used in the construction, equal to the approximate weight of 5,000 elephants.
The Park is planted with more than 600 trees and 16,000 plants. This living green roof cools the surrounding environment, filters exhaust, and improves air quality.
The Main Plaza’s rooftop walkable glass floor is the largest of its kind in the U.S.