KANSAS CITY, Mo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Local energy providers, Westar Energy and KCP&L are now serving customers as Evergy, the name of the holding company established when the companies merged last year. “This is an exciting time for our company,” Terry Bassham, president and chief executive ...
Company: Netrality Properties
Metro: Kansas City
Country: United States
Region: North America
Total Building SqFt: 156,117
Total Power: 5.0 Megawatts
Ownership: Netrality Properties owns the building.
1102 Grand, a carrier hotel owned and operated by Netrality, is the most network-rich, core interconnection environment in Kansas. The data center provides infrastructure for carriers, enterprises, and service providers to interconnect reliably and cost-effectively.
- Built-in 1931 the building has 26 stories
- Carrier-neutral, building-owned and managed to Meet Me Room
- No monthly recurring cross connect fees
- Overhead cable tray management
- Gas-based fire suppression
- 10-foot ceiling height
- Two parking garages adjacent and others within two blocks
- Three passenger elevators
- One building freight elevator
- Separate and diverse Evergy (KCP&L) power grids
- Power density of ~5 kW per cabinet for critical systems capacity in colocation rooms
- Multiple UPS – MGE 300-600 kVA systems in N+1 configuration
- ATS with 5-megawatt separate utility feeds
- 3- 3 mW Caterpillar diesel generators
Bryant Building History
The Bryant Building, now simply known as 1102 Grand, was erected as a high-rise office building in 1930, boasting 26 stories. Designed by architectural firm Graham, Anderson, Probst & White in the Art Deco style, the Bryant Building landed itself on the National Register of Historic Places for retaining the intact architectural style and an exemplary one, at that.