Intergate.Manhattan, a 1 million-square foot, high-rise data center at 375 Pearl Street has initiated its first phase, it was announced last week. Commissioned through Seattle-based Sabey Data Center Properties, the data center will ultimately accommodate 40 Megawatts of data center capacity over 600,000 square feet of floor space, according to a statement.
The 32-story facility is the largest data center in the world and includes new infrastructure, climate control and electrical systems. As of last week, Intergate.Manhattan began providing computing cycles to the New York Genome Center, the building’s first tenant, to support medical research.
Post-Tropical Storm Sandy
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has promoted Michael G. Morris to executive managing director of its Global Corporate Services sector.
To date, Mr. Morris has completed more than 10 million square feet of assignments encompassing all facets of real estate and operations, from strategy development to lease negotiation. He has executed consolidation and relocation projects in Read More
In the wake of tropical storm Sandy, questions about the vulnerability of Manhattan-based data centers may give rise to an increase in demand for data center space elsewhere in the tri-state area—possibly New Jersey.
Sandy’s impact on New York City data centers – which shut down popular websites Gawker, BuzzFeed and Huffington Post – will Read More