Salesforce has just revealed the designs and plans for a new campus for its global headquarters, which will be located in the Mission Bay neighborhood of San Francisco, California. Currently, Salesforce’s corporate headquarters are located in the Financial District of San Francisco.
Architects Legorreta + Legorreta will design a campus of eight buildings over 14 acres of land. The headquarters will comprise 2 million square feet of office space. There will also be space for shops, restaurants, plazas and parks within the campus. As the release states, the new headquarters wants to create an urban setting for both residents and employees of the neighborhood.
Salesforce, who paid around $278 million for the land, is also hoping to reduce energy consumption in the new campus and will be aiming to achieve LEED Platinum-level certification for the new space. The site itself is actually part of the Mission Bay Redevelopment Area.
The company did not reveal a start date for development.