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The facility opened in late 2020.

In Sept 2020, Google announced it would double the facility, but did not provide a timetable for completion.

Tax Incentives

Google received $25.2 million in tax breaks for the $600m project. However, the $25 million tax abatement amount was standard for a project of this type. He pointed out that the total incentive package was less than 5 percent of the company’s total 10-year investment projections.

Google projects that it would bring in more than $94.3 million in tax revenue to Nevada over the next 20 years, and hire 50 employees within the next five years at an average salary of $65,000. The company expects to invest at least $600 million over the next 20 years.

The company acquired the 64-acre site on Warm Springs Road for $19m

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4.77 miles Verizon: 2240 Corporate Cir
6.72 miles EdgeConneX Las Vegas
EdgeConnex has rights to adjacent space to accommodate expansion
7.04 miles Switch Las Vegas 5
7.09 miles Switch Las Vegas 2
7.12 miles Level3 Las Vegas (4485 East Sahara)
7.16 miles Fiberhub - Las Vegas
7.35 miles ColoXchange Las Vegas
7.53 miles DataBank Las Vegas LAS1
The site was a former zColo (Zayo) facility before being acquired in 2020.
9.08 miles LV.Net DC1
10.50 miles LV.Net DC2
10.75 miles Flexential Carson I & II
11.14 miles Switch Las Vegas 7
11.14 miles CoreWeave: US West LAS1
11.14 miles Contegix Las Vegas
11.15 miles Switch Las Vegas 12
11.20 miles Switch Las Vegas CORE Campus
The Core Campus in Las Vegas, Nevada currently encompasses nine separate data centers with up to approximately 2.0 million GSF of space and up to 275 MW of 100% renewable power available to these facilities.
11.29 miles Switch Edge 1
11.34 miles Switch Las Vegas 11
11.36 miles Switch Las Vegas 8
11.48 miles Switch Las Vegas 10
11.49 miles Switch Las Vegas 9
13.83 miles Level3 Las Vegas (1 Aerojet)
14.21 miles Flexential Las Vegas (Lone Mountain)
The Lone Mountain Data Center in North Las Vegas opened in 2013. Flexential's Lone Mountain site is former ViaWest. AwardedTier IV Design Certification by the Uptime Institute for the design documents 3,000 tons redundant, fault-tolerant cooling capacity
14.97 miles Novva Las Vegas
Novva’s newest purpose-built data center is located at 6115 Nicco Way, Las Vegas.

Google Henderson NV Data Center Photos

Andrew Silvestri, Google head of data center public policy & community development; Gov. Steve Sisolak; U.S. Rep. Susie Lee, D-Nevada; U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nevada; Jacqueline Fuller, vice presi...

Officials throw a ceremonial shovel of dirt during a Google Nevada data center investment announcement in Henderson on Monday, July 1, 2019, in Las Vegas

Andrew Silvestri, Google head of data center public policy & community development; Gov. Steve Sisolak; U.S. Rep. Susie Lee, D-Nevada; U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen, D-Nevada; Jacqueline Fuller, vice president of Google and president of Google.org.; and city of Henderson Mayor Pro tem Dan Shaw

Source: L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Andrew Silvestri, Google head of data center public policy & community development, at the construction site during a Google Nevada data center investment announcement in Henderson on Monday, July ...

Andrew Silvestri at the Google launch in July 2019

Andrew Silvestri, Google head of data center public policy & community development, at the construction site during a Google Nevada data center investment announcement in Henderson on Monday, July 1, 2019, in Las Vegas.

Source: L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Photo taken in March 2019

Aerial view of the Google Data Center under construction in Henderson, Nevada

Photo taken in March 2019


Boundaries of the Google henderson data center campus

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In 2017, Google announced a commitment to power the company and its data centers entirely on renewable energy. In 2018, Google reached the 100% of their goal.

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