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One Wilshire Building
624 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90017
  • 21.0 Megawatts
  • Utility: LADWP

One Wilshire is an iconic building in downtown Los Angeles. The 30 story building is easy to spot on the LA skyline with a giant "One Wilshire" sign at the top of the building.

600 W 7th St, Los Angeles - Digital Realty
600 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
  • 450,000 Gross SqFt
  • 27.0 Megawatts

The 7-story building at 600 West 7th is one of the best-connected buildings in Los Angeles (second to One Wilshire.) Digital Realty operates the building's Meet Me Room and offers connections into Equinix LA1 space.

CoreSite Los Angeles (LA1) One Wilshire
624 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90017
  • 173,000 Gross SqFt
  • 15.0 Megawatts

CoreSite's Any2 IXP (Peering Exchange) is the largest public IXP in the Western United States. The Unity Trans-Pacific submarine cable, also lands in the building, which provides undersea connectivity to Asia.

CoreSite Los Angeles (LA2) 900 N Alameda
900 N Alameda
Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • 281,078 Gross SqFt
  • Owns Owns the Building

CoreSite's LA2 facility at 900 N Alameda is an elegant building that was built in 1940 as a Postal Annex. It was the central mail processing facility for Los Angeles until 1989. The site is now owned by CoreSite and is being incrementally converted to data center space.

Serverfarm LAX1
444 N Nash St
El Segundo, CA 90245
  • 100,500 Gross SqFt
  • 15.9 Megawatts

The site is served by a 16.5 MW substation on-site.


Los Angeles is the second largest data center markets in California after the Bay area.

LA as a Network Gateway to Asia

Los Angeles started as a telecom hub, a place to interconnect long distance voice traffic, not as one of the original Internet interconnection points. The telecom interconnection was driven by the number of transpacific cables that land in Southern California. As many as six transpacific cables extend to the One Wilshire data center building.

Downtown Los Angeles Market

Downtown LA contained most of the early data centers. The downtown buildings were converted office buildings such as One Wilshire, 600 W 7th, and the Garland Building. Converted office buildings do not make good bones for racks of heavily loaded servers.

Outside of Downtown LA

As the LA market matured, larger purposed built data centers sprouted outside of downtown. Power is less expensive in the LADWP service area and El Segundo became a focal point for new data centers. Initially lead by Equinix LA3 and LA4, then by Digital Realty, and T5.

Los Angeles Colocation Providers

  • CoreSite is a dominant provider in Los Angeles. The company has the largest presence in One Wilshire (known as LA1) and their 900 N Alameda site (LA2). LA2 is tethered to LA1 with high count fiber on diverse paths.
    • CoreSite LA1 Address: 624 S Grand
    • CoreSite LA2 Address: 900 N Alamenda
  • Equinix has 6 sites in LA. Including a large space in 600 W 7th and two data centers in El Segundo.
  • Digital Realty in LA has 4 sites
  • Companies such as QuadraNet or Colocation America can resell colo as cabinets, cages, or the RU (as low as 1U) in a handful of major LA data centers.




Largest Data Centers in Los Angeles

Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
600 W 7th St, Los Angeles - Digital Realty 450,000 27.00
One Wilshire Building 21.00
Serverfarm LAX1 100,500 15.90
CoreSite Los Angeles (LA1) One Wilshire 173,000 15.00
2260 E El Segundo - Digital Realty 135,600 15.00
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December 2018

JLL's Los Angeles data center metro overview

The Garland Building at 1200 W 7th was rebranded as West 7th Center
The building's exterior skin acts like a mirror
For the price of a cross-connect one can order an "extended cross connect" between CoreSite's LA data centers. This allows a customer to deploy in the more robust data center (LA2) while taking adv...
The building was previously to be the Barker Brothers Furniture Store building. Picture was taken circa 1926

QuadraNet's Network Operations Center (NOC) in LA
Posted in QuadraNet LAX (Century)
Source: Quadranet
The Garland Building at 1200 W 7th was rebranded as West 7th Center
West 7th Center Building
Posted in The Garland Building (1200 West 7th) West 7 Center

The Garland Building at 1200 W 7th was rebranded as West 7th Center

Switchgear at the Garland Building
Posted in The Garland Building (1200 West 7th) West 7 Center
Source: 1200 West Seventh Street
Entrance to Garland Center
Posted in The Garland Building (1200 West 7th) West 7 Center
Source: Google Maps
A Row of Green Generators
Posted in The Garland Building (1200 West 7th) West 7 Center
Source: 1200 West Seventh Street
Battery Room
Posted in The Garland Building (1200 West 7th) West 7 Center
Source: 1200 West Seventh Street
Raised Floor Room Ready for a Customer Deployment(s)
Posted in The Garland Building (1200 West 7th) West 7 Center
Outside of 818 W 7th
Posted in Equinix Los Angeles LA2
Source: John F Gaylord
The building's exterior skin acts like a mirror
800 S Hope Mirrored Exterior
Posted in 800 South Hope

The building's exterior skin acts like a mirror

Exterior Entrance
Posted in 2260 E El Segundo - Digital Realty
Source: DRT
Inside a DRT Colo Room at 2260
Posted in 2260 E El Segundo - Digital Realty
Cabinet Colocation Area
Posted in CoreSite Los Angeles (LA2) 900 N Alameda
Source: COR
Large Concrete Columns Throughout Building
Posted in CoreSite Los Angeles (LA2) 900 N Alameda
For the price of a cross-connect one can order an "extended cross connect" between CoreSite's LA data centers. This allows a customer to deploy in the more robust data center (LA2) while taking adv...
CoreSite Operated Fiber Paths between LA1 and LA2/LA3
Posted in CoreSite Los Angeles (LA2) 900 N Alameda

For the price of a cross-connect one can order an "extended cross connect" between CoreSite's LA data centers. This allows a customer to deploy in the more robust data center (LA2) while taking advantage of LA1's network density.

CoreSite Office Area on 1st Floor
Posted in CoreSite Los Angeles (LA1) One Wilshire
Source: COR
One Wilshire
Posted in One Wilshire Building
Source: Hines
Doorway to Meet Me Room at One Wilshire
Posted in One Wilshire Building
Source: Wired
Vacant and Undeveloped Floor at OW
Posted in One Wilshire Building
Source: One-Wilshire.com
Antenna Mast on the Roof of One Wilshire
Posted in One Wilshire Building
Source: One-Wilshire.com
Sunset at 624 S Grand Ave
Posted in One Wilshire Building
Exterior from the Street
Posted in 818 West 7th
The building was previously to be the Barker Brothers Furniture Store building. Picture was taken circa 1926
The Barker Brothers Furniture Store Building
Posted in 818 West 7th

The building was previously to be the Barker Brothers Furniture Store building. Picture was taken circa 1926