Wolf Point South Tower is the tallest of three planned buildings to be developed in the Near North Side community area of Chicago. It is planned for the Wolf Point property at the fork in the Chicago River in Downtown. The building was originally planned to be 950 feet (289.56 m) tall. However, in late 2018, the naming rights (Salesforce Tower Chicago) were sold for a redesigned tower of 835 feet (255 m).
On January 26, 2012, the Chicago Sun-Times broke the story that the Kennedy family was planning a three-tower development at Wolf Point. On May 8, 2012, Chicago Alderman Brendan Reilly announced that a three-tower proposal for Wolf Point had been made including buildings of approximately 900 feet (274.32 m), 750 feet (228.60 m) and 525 feet (160.02 m) and that plans would be made public on May 29. The South Tower would be the tallest of these buildings.
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