Lincoln Rackhouse Acquires Three-Building Portfolio in Baltimore

11/02/2017

Lincoln Rackhouse, data center division of Lincoln Property Company, along with capital partner Bailard, Inc, announced on Thursday the purchase of a three building portfolio in White Marsh, MD, a suburb of Baltimore. The fully leased assets include two office buildings and a data center, and are a good example of the unique acquisition opportunities in the data center industry. Included in the three-building portfolio is Prometric’s Global Operations Center of Excellence, a 57,782 SF Class A ...

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T5@Dallas III opens amidst active Dallas Data Center Market

10/20/2017

The Dallas data center market is only second behind Northern Virginia in data center power/space under construction, with approximately 37 megawatts (MW) actively in development – and there are no signs of slow down. DFW historically grows steadily, and is a top location for data center projects thanks to a growing list of data center providers. Among the operators currently expanding in Dallas is T5 Data Centers, whose successful growth run started there when they built their first Plano data ...

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CoreSite in Silicon Valley – Past, Present, and Future

06/28/2017

In our recent blog series, we are reviewing major providers in the data center industry, and how they’ve strategically placed themselves in top US markets. In this blog, we’ll examine CoreSite, and the steps behind their successful path in the Silicon Valley market. Headquartered in Denver, CoreSite currently has 3.2 million sq. ft. of data center space in eight U.S. markets, including New York, Boston, Denver, Chicago, Miami, DC-Northern Virginia, Silicon Valley, and Los Angeles. ...

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The Boston Data Center Market: On the Radar

06/21/2017

To learn more about the Boston data center market, download Data Center Frontier and datacenterHawk’s Boston report Boston is among a group a secondary markets gaining traction from data center users in the Northeast United States. Data center demand typically occurs in larger cities with growing economies, and Boston has the 9th largest economy in the US. This along with the city’s growing tech industry are reasons data center users find the market attractive. Data center providers in ...

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