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.Read more
The rise of e-commerce, cloud computing and “big data” has sparked continuing growth in the U.S. data center sector, and certain in-demand markets are reaping the benefits.Read more
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 developmentRead more
DALLAS – The Dallas region has become one of the nation’s busiest data center markets, with strong leasing and a surge in new construction, including a huge new project in Forth Worth. As more data center users are attracted to Dallas, the local data center market is spreading out, with recent development focusing on northern suburbs like Plano, Garland and Allen.Read more
Imagine an enormous room filled with racks and racks of little black boxes blinking with bright lights. These little black boxes are stacked one on top of another inside a larger black box that spans from the floor to the ceiling. These larger boxes rest side by side, one after another after another in long rows. The gigantic room consists of little else besides these boxes.Read more
Land secured, the Digital Bridge-backed wholesale player prepares for Phase I in America’s hottest data center market.Read more
Data center real estate, like the internet, is no longer in its infancy. Now 20 years old, the sector has emerged as one of the strongest asset classes in real estate, driven by rapidly growing demand from enterprise and co-location users around the globe. This has sparked a building boom and a flurry of new, well-capitalized investors to the sector.
A data center is a physical facility that enterprises use to house their business-critical applications and information, so as they evolve, it’s important to think long-term about how to maintain their reliability and security.Read more
U.S. data centers have already seen more investment so far this year than in any previous year. Companies and funds have invested $18.2 billion — double the value of 2016 and on track to surpass the total for the three previous years combined — year to date.
The Coca-Cola Company is selling its Atlanta data center to Lincoln Property Company subsidiary Rackhouse for an undisclosed sum. The multinational will continue to rent the space until next year, after which it plans to relocate its IT and cloud services to another facility.Read more