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Almost time for SF’s Salesforce Tower to hit the top

sfgate.com

f you’ve been wondering when San Francisco’s Salesforce Tower would finally stop climbing higher and higher into the sky, the answer is — soon.

The last steel beam will be maneuvered into place atop the 1,070-foot high-rise on April 6, developers Boston Properties and Hines revealed Friday. The high point will come four years after the ceremonial groundbreaking in March 2013, but barely a year since the first steel appeared above ground last March.

This doesn’t mean work on the tower is finished, as is clear to anyone who looks at the skyline and sees the open ...