Salesforce Gives Peek at New Tower Image

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INDIANAPOLIS -

Images of the new look planned for the state's tallest building have been released. Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) has filed permit drawings with the Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development for approval of signage on Chase Tower.

An official date for installing and officially unveiling the sign has not yet been publicly announced.

Last year, the software provider announced plans to establish a regional headquarters in the city and take over most of the building that will be rebranded as Salesforce Tower. It intends to add some 800 jobs in the city by 2021.

Salesforce Marketing Cloud Chief Executive Officer Bob Stutz says "as the world's fastest growing top 5 enterprise software company and one of the largest tech employers in Indiana, Salesforce is thrilled for the upcoming opening of Salesforce Tower Indianapolis - which will join the ranks of our other regional headquarters, including Salesforce Tower New York and our world-class global campus in San Francisco. With access to top local talent, we plan to further invest in Indiana and add 800 new jobs by 2021, making Salesforce Tower Indianapolis an amazing workplace for our employees and a hub where all are welcome."

During an October interview with Inside INdiana Business, Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Angela Smith Jones discussed the collaboration between the city and company to fill all the upcoming openings:

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