Soaking in views of the Bay Area from the peak of San Francisco's tallest building will soon be available to the public — for free.
That's according to Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, who tweeted Sunday that the top floor of the new Salesforce Tower — the Ohana Floor — will "soon" be opened up to the public free of charge.
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"This is a powerful space to be shared/enjoyed by everyone in our city," Benioff tweeted.
The floor doesn't feature any offices, according to Benioff. It simply houses seating for visitors to relax and take a peek at the expansive views of the Bay Area.
The top of Salesforce Tower (the Ohana Floor) is now open. No offices— just seating to enjoy the amazing views. Soon the public will be invited up free of charge. This is a powerful space to be shared/enjoyed by everyone in our city. Thank you to everyone who made this possible. pic.twitter.com/XdLnGXvuwi— Marc Benioff (@Benioff) September 24, 2018
The Salesforce Tower soars 1,070 feet into the air above San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood.