The top floor (number 61, but who’s counting?) has been christened the Salesforce Ohana Floor (ohana is the word “family” in Hawaiian), where offices and conference rooms are verboten. During the workday, the Ohana floor will be used for Salesforce meetings, but according to Benioff, on nights and weekends it will be turned over to the city, free of charge, for events and community gatherings.
Salesforce Tower tops off (sf.curbed.com)
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