Internet Services Provider Fires Up In FiDi


100 William Street

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Data service providers at the New York Internet Company inked a lease right at the epicenter of Wall Street. The deal comes as the company is also expanding its footprint into Bridgewater, N.J., where a fiber redundancy will allow both facilities to run with the seamless precision of synchronized swimmers.

The multi-tenant data center market fared well over the past year, even as the industries it services spiraled, a trend some analysts have attributed to the savings from outsourcing network services.

The 11,800-square-foot lease was secured by the Murray Hill Properties duo Wes Rudes and Richard Doolittle. The William Street building is owned by Mitsui Fudosan America.