Netrality Properties has completed the acquisition of Indianapolis-based carrier hotel provider, Indy Telcom Center. The deal involves Netrality acquiring a nine-acre campus on West Henry Street. Indy Telcom’s campus has 205,000 square feet of space spread across eleven buildings. The building...
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.