Chicago, IL - Office Accessibility

Accessibility is fundamental to Salesforce culture. We make our spaces as inclusive as possible, but also know that some of our offices still have some restrictions and limitations.

We want to make sure that visitors, guests, and employees are aware of any constraints in our office spaces, as well as highlight some of the accessible provisions that can be expected when visiting us. That way, everyone is empowered to plan their visit and make their time with us easy and enjoyable.

Getting to and from the office

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) train lines run from the Clark/Lake station (0.5 miles from the office) to O’Hare and Midway airports. Elevator access is available at all stations.

Visit the CTA website for more information and to find your preferred routes to/from the office.

Traveling by rideshare (Uber or Lyft) or train is the best option.

Ttwo train stations and two bus stops are located within a short distance from the office.
- Merchandise Mart — brown/purple line CTA station (0.3 mi)
- Clark/Lake — blue/pink/green/brown/orange/purple line CTA station (0.5 mi)
- Orleans and Merchandise — Mart 37 bus stop (0.1 mi)
- Wacker and Orleans/Franklin — 125 bus stop (0.2 mi)

In the office

The elevators located in the main lobby reach all floors in the building.

Each restroom has accessible stalls, and push-to-open doors leading into the bathroom.

Gender-neutral bathrooms are located on the 7th, 8th, 10th-17th, and ‘Ohana Floors.
- Gender-neutral bathrooms on the 7th and 8th floors are located next to the social lounge.
- Gender-neutral bathrooms on the 10th–17th floors are located next to both the men’s and women’s bathrooms on the west side of the building.
- The ‘Ohana Floor’s gender-neutral bathrooms are located on the south end of the building.

Braille signage is available in this building.

Tactile signage is available in this building.

Sit/stand desks are located on 10th–17th floors.

Libraries are located on the 10th, 11th, and 13th–17th floors.

The reception, techforce, mail center, etc., all have counters with an accessible approach section.

Storage and cabinet handles are accessible. All kitchens also have accessible drawers with plates, bowls, glasses, mugs, and utensils.