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Company: H5 Data Centers
Metro: New York
State: New York State
Country: United States
Region: North America
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Ownership: H5 Data Centers owns the building.
325 Hudson Street is a 10-story, 240,000-square-foot telecom building located in New York City’s Hudson Square area. The building has direct access to transatlantic cables and major metro and regional fiber providers. It was a former industrial building and was renovated and remarketed as a telecom hotel in 1998.
The 2013 building renovation included:
- 325 Hudson's Meet Me Room
- The building's AC 110c UPS capacity will be upgraded to 2N at 275 kVA, while the DC 48v capacity will be upgraded to 2N at 3400 amps as well as being backed by 1.5 MW diesel generator with plans for additional upgrades.
- 16 new 4-inch conduits and 56 innerducts are being pre-built between 4 diverse manholes into the Empire City Subway system, through diverse Points of Entry and terminating directly in the Meet Me Room. This eliminates the need for any customers to perform outside or inside plant duct or conduit construction
325 Hudson is close to other well-connected buildings in Manhattan
- 32 Ave of the Americas is .5 miles away (32 AoA has CoreSite, Tata, and Atlantic Metro)
- 121 Varick Street (which has Atlantic Metro, Steadfast)
- 60 Hudson is .6 miles away. 60 Hudson is a major NY Interconnection hub. Please see the 60 Hudson building page for a list of tenants
- Ceiling heights (slab to slab): 13’
- Column spacing: 18’ and 21’
- Floor loading: 150 lbs/sf
- Loading dock: secure dock
- Freight elevators: 8,000 lbs capacity