When the Salesforce Tower finally opened in January 2018, it dethroned the Transamerica Pyramid as San Francisco’s tallest building. Most of the 61 floors are devoted to Salesforce’s sizeable workforce, but in late 2018, press got a glimpse of the Ohana floor (“family” in Hawaiian), the building’s top-floor viewing deck. The observation point affords 360-degree views of San Francisco and the bay—on a clear day, you can see all the way to the Farallon Islands. Though the Ohana floor was originally accessible only by Salesforce workers, in early 2019 it will be open and free to public visitors.
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