Where is salesforce transit center


Why is it called the Salesforce Transit Center?

In 2017, Salesforce bought a $110 million sponsorship deal for the park and the transit center that gives it naming rights on the building for 25 years. This is pretty much the same as the deals companies cut to get names like “Oracle Park” and “Chase Center” on sports arenas.

Who owns Salesforce Transit Center?

the Transbay Joint Powers AuthoritySalesforce Transit Center opened to the public on August 11, 2018. The transit center is owned and operated by the Transbay Joint Powers Authority. Salesforce has acquired a 25-year sponsorship for naming and signage rights.

Is the Salesforce Transit Center in downtown San Francisco currently open?

The Transit Center was temporarily closed September 25, 2018 when a fissure was discovered on a beam at the Fremont Street location. After repairs and inspections completed, the Transit Center re-opened to the public on July 1, 2019. For details about the repairs, visit the Salesforce Transit Center website.

Who built the Salesforce Transit Center?

Pelli Clarke Pelli ArchitectsThe sprawling 5.4-acre transit center and rooftop park, designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, takes up nearly three blocks between Beale and Second Streets in the East Cut neighborhood.

When was Salesforce Transit Center built?

Salesforce Transit Center construction Salesforce Transit Center is constructed on the site of the old Transbay Terminal, which was built in 1939. The project started with the construction of the temporary terminal building in December 2008, which was put into operation by August 2010.

How much did the Salesforce Transit Center cost?

Cost and Funding The total cost of the Salesforce Transit Center is $2.2 billon. Funding for the project includes federal grants, proceeds from the sale of state property in the area, loans, and regional and local sources.

Where is the Salesforce gondola?

While you can choose among several options to get into the Park, Grayline of San Francisco encourages you to board the gondola located at the corner of Freemont and Mission Streets.

How do I get to the park in Salesforce?

The easiest way to access it by escalator is from the Grand Hall. Those escalators touch down on the Bus Deck, and if the visitors walk forward to the next group of escalators, those will take them to the Park. Visitors can also access via the Salesforce Tower bridge.

How much did the Transbay Terminal cost?

San Francisco Transbay Transit Center Cost $2 Billion, Has Problems.

How much did the Salesforce Park cost?

$2.2 billionThe project, which stands at 425 Mission St., is four stories tall and four blocks long. Its cost is estimated at $2.2 billion, including the repairs and reinspections that followed discovery of the cracks. (Though the project is a public venture, the software company Salesforce bought naming rights for 25 years.)

How long is the Salesforce Park?

Stretching over nearly 4 blocks, this 5.4-acre rooftop park features a beautiful landscape with 600 trees, 16,000 plants arranged in various parts of the park, and a linear fountain.

When was Salesforce park built San Francisco?

It opened as Salesforce Transit Center in the summer of 2018. (Salesforce, San Francisco’s largest private employer, has a twenty-five-year, hundred-and-ten-million-dollar naming-rights contract, and occupies three buildings along the transit center’s perimeter, including its eponymous tower.)

Transit Center Highlights

The Salesforce Transit Center will become the “Grand Central Station” of the west, a fully integrated transit hub capable of getting people to any major destination in the region from one central location using only public transportation. The major project elements include: 1. Two-block-long bus deck with direct freeway access f…

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Partnering with The SFMTA

  • The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) manages and operates the Salesforce Transit Center. As a partner agency, SFMTA provided technical support and design input for the project with transit power infrastructure for Muni buses and the design of the street level bus plaza. SFMTA traffic engineering has and will continue to help guide construction on city streets for ne…

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Project History

  • The original Transbay Terminal at First and Mission streets, opened in 1939 and was a regional transit hub for over 60 years. It was closed in 2010 to make way for a new world-class transit center that will serve the region. While construction of the new Salesforce Transit Center took place, a Temporary Transbay Terminal served Muni and AC Transit for 8 years, ensuring our cus…

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  • Funding for the project is provided through TJPA and includes federal grants, proceeds from the sale of state property in the area, loans and local (SF) sources.

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