Data Center - Washington DC

  • Equinix Expands DC Footprint

    DC12 is Equinix's new Ashburn, Va., International Business Exchange facility, located across the street from DC10. At full build, the 57,800-square-foot building will have approximately 3,000 cabinets for potential clients.

    31 October 2017 17:03
  • QTS to Expand NoVa Footprint With Two New Facilities

    The company plans to expand into multiple U.S. growing data center markets in the near future. In addition to the new Northern Virginia campus, it has also purchased land parcels in Hillsboro, Ore., and Phoenix.

    30 October 2017 09:53
  • Iron Mountain Opens NoVa Facility

    The company opened its first data center in Prince William County, with three more scheduled for construction on the campus. The 165,000-square-foot, 10.5-megawatt facility is the company's fifth U.S. data center.

    20 September 2017 14:08
  • Meridian Group Sells Tysons Tech Center for $96M

    The campus features a 199,560-square-foot office and data center and an additional 79,890-square-foot office building.

    28 December 2016 14:46
  • RagingWire Invests $160M in Third Virginia Data Center

    When complete in late 2017, the new facility will expand the firm’s footprint at its campus in Ashburn, Va., to about 650,000 square feet and 44 megawatts.

    08 December 2016 15:12
  • CVMC REIT II Grabs Data Centers in Northern VA

    With the $85 million purchase of the McLean Data Center portfolio, the REIT now has a footprint in one of the top data center markets in the country.

    30 November 2016 15:04
  • Iron Mountain Breaks Ground on NoVa Data Center

    Kessinger/Hunter will develop the first phase of the project, which is scheduled to come online next year.

    24 October 2016 13:45
  • Whirlwind of Activity for Apollo Commercial

    The REIT recently closed four loan transactions totaling $326 million in New York City, Chicago and D.C.

    06 October 2016 09:18
  • CyrusOne Expands DC-Area Data Center

    The global colocation solutions provider continues to build its East Coast presence with an extension of its Sterling location.

    22 October 2015 14:12
  • Prince William County Now Home to More Than 2 MSF of Data Center Space

    Prince William County announced at the end of September it has more than 2 million square feet of data center space. This important achievement is a result of the successful completion of 20 economic development projects with a total investment of $3.6 billion. Together, these projects have created 653 new highly-paid and highly-skilled jobs.

    11 October 2014 05:56
  • More Data Centers Coming to Ashburn

    Ashburn’s Data Center Alley is growing. Just last week, DuPont Fabros Technology Inc. officially opened its newest facility in the region. Called ACC7, it is one of the largest multi-tenant data centers in North America and the largest in DFT’s portfolio.

    02 October 2014 04:00
  • CyrusOne Breaks Ground on Its First East Coast Data Center

    CyrusOne, a global data center services provider based in Carrollton, Texas, broke ground on Tuesday, April 8, on its first East Coast data center. About 75 people attended the groundbreaking ceremony. Among them, representatives from Loudoun County, Dominion Virginia Power, and CyrusOne.

    11 April 2014 21:08
  • AFL-CIO BIT to Sell Five-Building Portfolio in Tysons Corner

    In August, 2011, the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust added a five-building portfolio in Tysons Corner to its Washington, D.C.-area properties. Now, the trust is looking for buyers for the same portfolio.

    22 October 2013 03:04
  • COPT Announces Two New Virginia Data Centers

    Corporate Office Properties Trust (NYSE: OFC), a Columbia, Md.-based office real estate investment trust, announced on Monday, January 14, it plans to build two shell buildings in Ashburn, Va. (Ashburn Crossing). The company’s total investment in Ashburn Crossing is projected to be $42 million. It includes the remaining land on which the company can build one additional building. This is the latest addition to Loudon County’s growing data center market. The project will include two buildings with a total of 315,000 square feet. Construction on COPT DC-8, the first building, will start in early 2013. COPT DC-8 will total 200,000 square feet. The second building, COPT DC-9, will total 115,000 square feet. COPT plans to start work on in no later than mid-2014.

    21 January 2013 06:09