Sydney’s tallest office building, the Salesforce Tower | 7NEWS

Sydney's tallest office building, the salesforce tower | 7news

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The construction of Sydney’s tallest office building is officially complete and tenants will move into the 263 metre Salesforce Tower from next year. But with more people working from home post-COVID, one organisation is calling for old CBD office buildings to be transformed into residential apartments.

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