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Salesforce Plants a Flag in the Mile-High City

Announcing our new home in Denver! Our new office will be a world-class hub for our local metro Denver employees, where we can welcome our customers, partners, and the community.

We’re proud to announce that we’re expanding in Denver with a brand new office at the 17th Street Plaza in LoDo! Our new home in the heart of the city will serve as a world-class hub for our local metro Denver employees, where we can welcome our customers, partners, and the community.

17th Street Plaza in Denver

17th Street Plaza in Denver

Our employees will begin moving into the building starting late 2020 and Salesforce Denver will feature the incredible elements of our global design standards. From an open flow layout with plenty of access to natural light to mindfulness zones, parent’s rooms, and more. We’ll have numerous social lounges for employees to collaborate with their teams and host volunteer activities to give back to the Denver community. Soon enough, you’ll even be able to see our rooftop signage from nearby Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies!

Social lounge in Salesforce Tower
A social lounge in Salesforce Tower San Francisco, soon to be featured
in our Denver office

“We’re thrilled to build on our commitment to the state of Colorado where we can be closer to our customers and tap into world-class regional talent,” said Michele Schneider, senior vice president of global workplace services. “Our new Denver office will be a place where our employees can do the best work of their lives and further support the community at large.”

Our history in Colorado

We first set up shop in the region starting in 2013, supporting leading customers including the State of Colorado, the City and County of Denver, Ball Corporation, amongst other top organizations.

But our presence in the area doesn’t just extend to our customers. Core to our values, the community is a key stakeholder in our success. Since Salesforce’s founding, the company has dedicated 1% of employee time, 1% of products, and 1% of resources to improve communities globally. More than 9,000 companies from 100 countries have committed to Pledge 1%

Today, our local employees have pledged to volunteer an additional 10,000 hours in the coming year, furthering their support of organizations including Project Angel Heart, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado, Food Bank of the Rockies, Community Food Share, and Extra-Life.

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Salesforce Colorado team volunteering during Earth Day

To date, Salesforce has powered more than 45,000 nonprofits and higher education institutions across the world; Salesforce.org has provided more than $310 million grants; and Salesforce employees have logged more than 4.5 million volunteer hours throughout the world.

Building on Denver’s momentum

Denver is home to a diverse slate of industries, including aviation, bioscience, financial services, and more. It’s also an emerging tech hub and was just named the number 10 U.S. city for tech growth and a leading growth market by CBRE. Our expansion in Denver reflects the excitement here, and we’re looking forward to continuing to grow in the Mile-High City!

Salesforce colleagues at a speaker series

Salesforce employees at a speaker series event with Governor Jared Polis

Interested in taking the next step of your career and joining us on this adventure? We’re hiring. Learn more.

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