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Salesforce Chicago: FAQs and Media Resources

Editor’s note: This page was last updated in March 2020. For media inquiries about Salesforce Chicago, please contact PR@salesforce.com.


This page includes:

  • Location of the Salesforce Chicago offices
  • Plans for the Salesforce Chicago Tower
  • Information about Salesforce Chicago jobs
  • Details about Chicago-area Salesforce conferences
  • Salesforce’s community involvement in Chicago
  • How to contact Salesforce in Chicago

What’s the address for Salesforce Chicago?

Salesforce has two office locations in Chicago, one on West Illinois Street and the other just a few blocks away on West Kinzie Street. Addresses and local phone numbers are below:

Salesforce Chicago, W Illinois
111 West Illinois Street, East Lobby
Chicago, IL 60654

Salesforce Chicago. W Kinzie
20 West Kinzie Street
Chicago, IL 60610

If you’re planning a visit to either Salesforce Chicago office, you can find more information here.

What are the plans for Salesforce Tower Chicago?

In November 2018, we announced our plans for Salesforce Tower Chicago, our new regional headquarters that will be joining our family of towers across the globe. Slated to open in 2023, Salesforce Tower Chicago will be a brand-new, 813 foot tall, 57 story tower, located at the foot of where the north and south branches of the Chicago River converge. Surrounding our future tower is the best of Chicago’s River North neighborhood and right outside our doors will be a 2.3 acre public park and riverfront plaza. 

Salesforce Tower Chicago will be one of the city’s most sustainable buildings as we’re pursuing LEED v4 Commercial Interiors Platinum certification and ILFI Net Zero Carbon Certification.

The top floor of the Salesforce Chicago Tower will feature an Ohana Floor, meaning that the space will be available during non-business hours for nonprofits and foundations to use at no cost. As Salesforce EVP of Real Estate Elizabeth Pinkham explains, “When we approach our real estate, we design our offices as spaces that feel like home, where we can welcome our entire Ohana (“family” in Hawaiian). This includes our employees, customers, partners and the communities in which we live and work … In a typical office setting, the top floor is often dedicated for executive offices. Instead, we take the most sought after floors and design them as open flexible hospitality spaces. During the day, our Ohana Floors are open for employee events and then on weeknights and weekends, these one-of-a-kind spaces with jaw-dropping views are made available for nonprofits and foundations at no cost — aligning with our values of giving back.” Ohana Floors can be found across Salesforce’s named towers globally and to date, events in these spaces have raised nearly $10M for charity.

For downloadable photos of Salesforce Chicago, visit the Media Library.

What’s the Salesforce Chicago job scene like?

In 2019, Salesforce was named one of Illinois’ Best-in-State Employers by Forbes (#5). 

We’re honored to have been recognized as a top workplace in Chicago, including:

  • Fortune Best Workplaces in Chicago: #2 in 2019, #1 in 2018, and #10 in 2017
  • Chicago Tribune Top Workplaces: #2 in 2019, #1 in 2018, and ranking every year since 2013

If you’re looking for jobs in the Salesforce Chicago area, start your search here.

Where (and when) is the Salesforce Chicago conference?

Since 2018, the Salesforce Connections conference has been held in Chicago. Salesforce Connections is the premier industry event that brings Trailblazers from across marketing, commerce, and service together as one vibrant community to solve the biggest mandates in business today: how to deliver exceptional customer experience and business growth. 

How does Salesforce give back to the Chicago community?

Salesforce pioneered the Pledge 1% model, where we dedicate 1% of employee time, 1% of the company’s equity, and 1% of our products to the community. To date, our local employees have dedicated over 176,000 volunteer hours to area non-profits including Habitat for Humanity, Cradles to Crayons, Greater Chicago Food Depository, Safe Haven and numerous others. 

Salesforce has made grants to organizations including Chicago Public Schools via the Children’s First Fund, i.c.Stars, Chicago Community Foundation and supported programs specifically in Chicago with Year Up, New Leaders, and Genesys Works.

What’s the phone number for Salesforce Chicago?

If you’re interested in learning more about Salesforce products, contact our sales team at 1-800-667-6389 or complete this form and we’ll be in touch. For media inquiries about Salesforce Chicago, please contact PR@salesforce.com. If you’re traveling to the Salesforce Chicago office, you can find more details here.