Heron Tower to be renamed Salesforce Tower London


Heron, the property investment company, today announces that Heron Tower is to be renamed Salesforce Tower London, with immediate effect following a landmark agreement.

Salesforce.com is now the Tower’s single largest tenant having taken an additional 50,000 sq ft on a 15 year lease to create two contiguous villages over floors 26-31.

The Tower, which is located at 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2 and is currently 90% let or with terms agreed, will continue to be operated and managed by Heron.

Commenting on the renaming, Gerald Ronson, Chief Executive of Heron, said:
“We set out to create an iconic building that would set new standards for innovation and quality in commercial office space attracting the finest international organisations. We are delighted that this concept has been fully embraced by Salesforce.com and to have reached an agreement with them to rename the building Salesforce Tower London to reflect their status as the building’s largest occupier.”

Miguel Milano, president, EMEA, Salesforce.com, commented:
“Salesforce Tower London is the ideal location for our UK headquarters and meets our needs for future expansion in Europe. The past decade has been incredibly successful for both our customers and the entire salesforce.com UK ecosystem and we look forward to the future impact we’ll have from our Salesforce partners, applications developers and customers.. Salesforce Tower offers us the chance to provide a world class briefing experience for our customers in the heart of the City of London.”

The letting agents for Heron Tower are CBRE and Savills; Cushman & Wakefield acted for Salesforce.