Lincoln Rackhouse and Principal Real Estate Investors have acquired a one million-square-foot data center portfolio in Dallas, Phoenix and Kansas City, MO, from a Fortune 500 financial institution, which has partially leased back the Tier III+ space in two of the three markets.Read more
American cloud and colocation provider Internap (INAP) has taken a master lease in a 191,061 square foot (17,750 sq m) data center in Chandler, near Phoenix, Arizona.
The facility, built to Tier III standards, comes with Bank of America as an anchor tenant, and is leased from Lincoln Rackhouse, which acquired the site earlier this year.
Unnamed mobile network provider to get a new place for its switches: Dallas-based data center developer Lincoln Rackhouse is about to break ground on a 35,000 square foot (3,251 sq m) telecommunications facility in Sunrise, Florida, being built for an unnamed US mobile network provider.Read more
Evocative provides a mix of data center services, including colocation, private and hybrid cloud solutions, network and security services, managed services, and public cloud connectivity (via partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform). The Reston site gives East Coast presence to the predominantly West Coast data center provider that’s been expanding since last year. Evocative plans more acquisitions and a national IP backbone.Read more
Signs New Lease with Lincoln Rackhouse in Perimeter Data Center Containing Anchor Tenant; Commenced Exit of Existing Atlanta Corporate Offices and another Non-Core Data Center; Will Consolidate into Two Strategic Atlanta Footprints: Williams Street Data Center and New Perimeter FacilityRead more
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 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
Lincoln Rackhouse, the data center development arm of Lincoln Property Company, has announced the purchase of an 88,000 sf Atlanta data center for an undisclosed sum. The new facility, occupied by a Fortune 50 company, provides Lincoln with a solid asset in another major data center market. They currently own five other data centers located in Boston, Charlotte, New York, and Northern Virginia.Read more