Kansas City Data Center Market

The Kansas City data center market is located in the state of Missouri within Americas. Kansas City has 25 facilities with 1,112,315 sqft and 65 megawatts.

The top providers in Kansas City are Lumen Technologies (4 sites) and DataBank with 3 facilities. The most popular facilities are Level3 Kansas City (2007 Grand) and Level3 Kansas City (2007 Grand).

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Data Centers in Kansas City

Name Company Gross SqFt Type
Level3 Kansas City (2007 Grand) Lumen Technologies Carrier
DataBank Kansas City KC3 DataBank 25,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
DataBank Pine Ridge KC2 DataBank 12,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
Contegix 1102 Grand Contegix Carrier-Neutral
Netsolus Kansas City Netsolus 11,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
TierPoint Kansas City-Lenexa TierPoint Carrier-Neutral
Joe's Datacenter Kansas City Joe's Datacenter Carrier-Neutral
DataBank South Lake KC1 DataBank 6,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
QTS Overland Park QTS Data Centers 33,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
Rackspace Kansas City MC1 Rackspace 15,256 Gross SqFt MSP
Contegix Mainmark Contegix Carrier-Neutral
LightEdge Kansas City LightEdge Solutions 23,512 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
Google: Kansas City Google Hyperscale
Level3 Kansas City (1102 Grand) Lumen Technologies Carrier
Level3 Kansas City (1212 East 19th) Lumen Technologies Carrier
Netrality: Kansas City 7801 Nieman Netrality Properties Carrier-Neutral
Level3 Kansas City (1100 Walnut) Lumen Technologies Carrier
Nocix 2 NOCIX MSP
Consolidated Lenexa Consolidated Communications Carrier
Lincoln Rackhouse KC (Airworld) Lincoln Rackhouse Carrier-Neutral
Iron Mountain Kansas Underground Iron Mountain 25,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
NOCIX NOCIX MSP
1102 Grand St (Netrality) Kansas City Carrier Hotel Netrality Properties Carrier-Neutral
Cavern Technologies Cavern Technologies 180,000 Gross SqFt Carrier-Neutral
TierPoint Kansas City TierPoint Carrier-Neutral

Largest Providers in Kansas City

Lumen Technologies
Facilities: 4
Power: 0 MWs
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DataBank
Facilities: 3
Power: 7 MWs
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TierPoint
Facilities: 2
Power: 1 MWs
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NOCIX
Facilities: 2
Power: 8 MWs
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Largest Data Centers in Kansas City

Location Total SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW)
Cavern Technologies 300,000 SqFt
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Lincoln Rackhouse KC (Airworld) 259,111 SqFt
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NOCIX 0 SqFt
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Netrality: Kansas City 7801 Nieman 175,737 SqFt
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Contegix 1102 Grand 0 SqFt
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Sites Under Construction in Kansas City

Location Building SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Estimated Launch
DataBank Kansas City KC3 25,000 SqFt ??? NN
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Google: Kansas City 358,750 SqFt ??? NN
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About This Metro

Kansas City Metro has a population of 2.3 million and has a low-risk profile. Additionally KC has low-cost power, moderate connectivity and construction costs.


Kansas City Wholesale and Retail Colocation Options:

The data center market primarily has retail colocation sector with a few wholesale colocation providers

  • Netrality – owns the primary telecom hotel at 1102 Grand and offers retail colo space
  • TierPoint – operates two facilities totaling over 85,000 SF in suburban Kansas City
  • QTS – only operates small datacenters in KC
  • DataBank – has two sites totaling 20,000 SF of raised floor
  • LightEdge Solutions – operates a 60,000 SF data center in Hunt Midwest’s SubTropolis underground site.
  • Cavern Technologies – its 200,000 SF underground facility in Lenexa can provide up to 50 MW.
  • Iron Mountain – operates a 22-acre campus with its carrier-neutral underground colocation site


Hazardous Risk Profile

Missouri is a low-risk state for acts of terrorism, hurricanes and earthquakes, having experienced no major disasters since record keeping began in 1957 (FEMA).