H5 is looking to expand its Cleveland facility in Ohio. The data center company filed with the Cleveland planning commission to expand its data center located at 1625 Rockwell Avenue. It also filed for a Façade change at the facility. Although the application didn’t reveal specifics of the exp...
Company: H5 Data Centers
Country: United States
Region: North America
Short Code: CTC
Gross SqFt: 64,000
Usable SqFt: 26,000
Total Power: ??? NN
In January 2017, H5 acquired the building from ByteGrid.
- Building Name: Cleveland Technology Center (CTC)
- Utility Power Feeds: Dual path (2) diverse substations. 20MVA Utility feed
- Parking: 120+ spaces
- Number of Stories: Four (4)
- Loading Docks: Two (2) Covered loading dock bays. No lift gate required.
- Freight Elevator 15,000 lbs capacity
- Raised Floor Area: 30,000 ft2 in Phase 1 (expandable to 90,000 ft2)
- Number of Computer Rooms: One (1)
- Raised Floor Height: 30 in.
- Raised Floor to Ceiling Height: 9.5 ft
- Slab to Slab: 14 ft
- Meeting Space: Two (2) conference rooms, plus shared hoteling space
- Staging: Three (3) 400 SF Staging rooms
- Burn-in: One (1) shared burn-in room
- Office: Open dedicated office space available to lease
- Storage: Open dedicated storage space available to lease
- Description: Four (4) 2.4 MW Generators (each expansion phase)
- Generator Redundancy: N+1
- Storage Tanks: Two (2) 15,000 Gallons fuel tanks for 48hr runtime (each expansion phase)
- PDU Description: 300kVA dual input MGE PDU
- Description: Chilled Water System with air side economizer
- Configuration: N+
- Drycoolers: Leibert
- Chillers: McQuay 400 T Chilled Water Units with VFD and pumps
- CRAHs: Schneider Electric with 20% redundancy
- SSAE16 SOC1 Type 2
Armstrong, AT&T, Broadvox, CenturyLink, Cogent, FirstEnergy Fiber, OneCommunity, KDL, Level 3, Sting Communications, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, Windstream, Western Reserve Fiber, XO Communications and Zayo
June 2015 Expansion:
In 2015, ByteGrid commissioned 45,000 square feet of new data center space and 4 megawatts of power in a technology center in downtown Cleveland.
ByteGrid acquired the Cleveland Technology Center in 2013, following news it had secured a $100 million credit facility. The CTC is a 330,000-square-foot data center property sitting atop one of the larger fiber points of presence sites in Ohio. Acting as a carrier hotel in the region, the CTC was half leased at the time of acquisition. [Source: DCK]