According to reports, residents in Culpeper County, Virginia, are suing the county board after it approved the rezoning of a 230-acre property for an AWS data center. The giant is seeking to build two six-story data centers, a 12-acre power station and new power lines, however, six landowners ...
Company: Amazon AWS
Metro: San Francisco Bay Area
Country: United States
Region: North America
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In December 2019, Amazon Web Services (AWS) paid $101.4 million for a two-story, 358,000-square-foot building at 2305 Mission College Blvd. in Santa Clara. The seller was PGIM Real Estate, the property investment arm of New Jersey-based Prudential Financial Inc.
In 2014, PGIM Real Estate acquired the property from a joint venture comprised of Chicago real estate investors Kinship Capital and Pearlmark Real Estate Partners for $95 million.
The property is located across the street from chipmaker Intel Corp.'s world headquarters and directly east of the San Tomas Aquino Creek.
The Mission College Boulevard property is slated to be a brand-new data center totaling 496,000 square feet after the existing building is torn down and replaced.
The project will span two data center buildings, the first spanning 285,768 square feet (26,548 sq m), and the second 229,974 square foot (21,365 sq m).
Each building will be three stories tall with a height of approximately 88 feet, and also include a rooftop penthouse enclosing mechanical equipment.
With each building having a power capacity of 49.5MVA