Business Overview

This is an excellent opportunity for all data center/storage players to expand into a brand new data center. This could be your own CO and allow you to charge what the big guys charge and compete. You need to be aware of this one for someone that understands the opportunities and vision.

This data center was built to support a strategic company that wanted the same benefits that have caused Google, Facebook & Microsoft to purchase data center campuses nearby. Current unrelated economic challenges have resulted in this new data center capacity being available on the market.

*Located in strategic geographic stable areas on both sides of the Oregon Cascades
*Located along major fiber-optic routes
*Low earthquake and natural disaster risk
*40,000 total square feet, built to Tier III standards
*High capacity, carrier-neutral connectivity
*Secure areas (no public access) and multi-level security zones
(Scalable colocation, hosting and cloud services
*Green building design efficiencies, elements and practices
*Full Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin Miners Support

Currently running at 10% capacity and now taking on new orders.
Turn-Key Ready – US West outside of earthquake zone
Phase 1 (Live): 250 cabs @ 2.5MW Phase 2 & 3: 500 cabs @5MW
$0.06 kwh
0.8 acres
Lower total cost (TCO), for same size/quality, than other industry-leading cloud/colo options; at a central and sustainable location that is becoming a major hub for the cloud infrastructure in the US West.
A turn-key, future-proofed, data center designed to enable thought leadership requirements that will be standard in the near future (e.g. 32kwh and 10 Petabytes per rack available). Lower total operating cost per SQF space than other locations (e.g. California, Seattle, Portland, Hillsboro) that limit you to 6-8kwh per rack.
Sustainability enabling for the western US. All of the coastal cities are on/near a major fault line; this site has little to no catastrophe risk. Strategic Network location connected to the backbone of the internet: Central to the western region of US and close to undersea network cables to Asia. Near large dedicated data center campus sites for Facebook, Google & Microsoft.
This turnkey solution is available for colocation. It can also be acquired if bundled with nearby 5 to 25 acres that have adjacent access to 30MW power @ <$0.04/kwh. Use B1 Phase 1 turnkey solution while building out B2 campus.

The building alone has been appraised at $15.7 million.

Call Chad Pevey 678-315-8060 or Gary Brown 678-570-3773


  • Asking Price: $15,700,000
  • Cash Flow: N/A
  • Gross Revenue: N/A
  • FF&E: $15,000,000
  • Inventory: N/A
  • Inventory Included: N/A
  • Established: N/A
About The Facility:

Data Center

Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?

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Existing Debts and Future Obligations

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Understanding the Customer Base, Competition and Area Demographics

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