Microsoft: Refugee Rd, Pataskala

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Microsoft acquired 290 acres of land in Pataskala for $30.7 million. The Washington-based tech company bought three parcels on Refugee Road Southwest. The seller was Ronald E. Kissell Et al., who sold the southern Pataskala properties for $30.7 million in a transaction dated Oct. 31, 2023.

  • The vacant land is split into three lots encompassing 289.37 acres, according to the Licking County Recorder. The sites are bordered by Refugee Road to the south, Mink Street to the west, Etna Parkway to the east and Broad Street to the north. The properties also are adjacent to a new solar panel manufacturing facility that is being constructed by Invenergy, a Chicago-based energy company.

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1.27 miles Aligned: Pataskala
Aligned Data Centers, appears to be targeting Pataskala for its second development in the Buckeye State. Aligned broke into the Ohio market with a $202 million project in Sandusky.
5.51 miles DBT Data: 2214 Harrison Rd
DBT Data acquired 44 acres of land in March 2022 with the intention of developing a data center project on the site.
5.85 miles QTS: New Albany 2 DC1
QTS is planning to build four-building data center campus in New Albany, Ohio. New Albany 2 DC1 will be located at 785 Beech Rd SW, Pataskala, OH. New Albany 2 will offer 78MW critical power capacity across two facilities.
6.25 miles Google New Albany Ohio
6.33 miles QTS: New Albany 1 DC1
QTS is planning to build four-building data center campus in New Albany, Ohio. The first building of the campus will be located at 1225 Beech Rd SW, New Albany, OH . New Albany 1 will offer 144MW across two facilities.
6.46 miles Facebook New Albany Ohio
In August 2017, Facebook announced plans to build its first data center in the state in New Albany. The 970,000-square-foot facility is being constructed on 345 acres in the business park on the east side of Beech Road and south of the state Route 161 interchange.
6.50 miles QTS: New Albany 1 DC2
QTS is planning to build four-building data center campus in New Albany, Ohio. The second building, New Albany 1 DC2, of the campus will be located at 1275 Beech Rd SW, New Albany, OH. The buildings at the first site will reportedly span 885,600 sq ft (82,275 sqm).
6.86 miles QTS: New Albany 2 DC2
QTS is planning to build four-building data center campus in New Albany, Ohio. New Albany 2 DC2 will be located at 675 Beech Rd SW, Etna, OH. New Albany 2 will offer 78MW critical power capacity across two facilities.
7.26 miles QTS: Babbitt Rd, New Albany
QTS Data Centers wants to build eight additional facilities spanning 3.2 million square feet on 240 acres on Babbitt and Miller roads. It will invest nearly $3 billion in those projects.
7.45 miles CeraNet Columbus
7.78 miles Amazon New Albany: Innovation Campus Way
Amazon Web Services plans to invest $400 million to build a 170,000-square-foot data center on 100 acres in the eastern portion of the New Albany International Business Park
7.91 miles Amazon: 2575 Newton
8.11 miles CyrusOne: New Albany, Ohio
CyrusOne is planning a $150 million data center development in New Albany, Ohio. The company will spend $100m on building the data center, and $50m on acquiring the land for the facility. The site is located at 12181 Jug St, Johnstown, OH .
8.11 miles DBT Data: Jug & Mink Project
Washington DC-based DBT-Data plans to develop a data center at the New Albany International Business Park, close to Intel's upcoming chip fab site.
8.13 miles Amazon: 2775 Newton
8.13 miles Amazon: 2875 Newton
8.14 miles Amazon: 2675 Newton
8.18 miles Amazon: CHM59
8.21 miles Amazon: CMH53
8.21 miles DBT Data: Jug & Harrison
DBT Data purchased 16 bordering parcels of land in New Albany, totaling a little over 82 acres and costing a little more than $23 million in January 2023.
8.28 miles Amazon New Albany
8.41 miles Amazon: CMH56
8.53 miles Amazon New Albany: Jug and Beach Road
8.54 miles Lincoln Rackhouse: Silicon Heartland Innovation Park
9.03 miles Microsoft: 3287 Beech Rd
Microsoft purchased 183 acres of land on Beech Road in New Albany in 2023 .
9.49 miles QTS: Miller Road, New Albany
QTS Data Centers wants to build eight additional facilities spanning 3.2 million square feet on 240 acres on Babbitt and Miller roads. It will invest nearly $3 billion in those projects.
9.89 miles Amazon: Beech and Miller roads
Amazon will build five data centers and related buildings totaling 1.25 million square feet on 85 of the 439 acres the company bought along Beech and Miller roads in early 2023.
9.93 miles STACK New Albany NAL01
STACK acquired the facility in October 2019 from Nationwide Insurance. Nationwide initially built the facility in 2008 for a cost of $96 million.
9.95 miles Compass New Albany
9.96 miles Compugen New Albany
10.03 miles Stack: NAL01 Future Expansion
STACK INFRASTRUCTURE plans to expand it's NAL01 campus, located at Souder Road, New Albany, OH. Upon completion, this facility will have an available power capacity of 48 megawatts.
10.06 miles TJX Corporate Techno
10.11 miles Discover Financial Services New Albany
10.30 miles Edged Energy: New Albany, Ohio
Edged Energy is developing a data center in the Ohio city. the data center is expected to span 210,000 sq ft (19,510 sqm) on a 15-acre parcel at 6385 New Albany Road East.
11.07 miles Compass Groveport AEP II
American Electric Power invested approximately $125 million into the data center on Hamilton Road
13.32 miles Racksquared 2560 Value Way
13.83 miles eNET Columbus
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14.79 miles CityNet Columbus
14.82 miles WOW! 226 N 5th
WOW!'s Columbus datacenter was acquired in 2013 from Bluemile assets. The site offers 26,00sqft and can expand to 52,00 sqft.
14.82 miles Lumen: 226 North Fifth
14.82 miles Cogent: 240 North 5th
14.84 miles Lumen: 266 North 5th
14.86 miles US Signal Columbus
DC power w/battery backup available
Multiple diverse power feeds from utility grids
14.87 miles CENTRA: 180 East Broad (CMH01)
14.93 miles Lumen: 580 North 4th
14.94 miles Crown Castle 101 E Town
Crown Castle acquired Lightower in 2017
15.71 miles WeConnect Westerville
17.23 miles Google Lockbourne, OH
In March 2021, Columbus City Council approved $54.3 million in tax incentives to develop a data center on the former Hartman Farm site.
17.60 miles Google Lancaster, OH
In 2021 Google bought a farm at 104 Whiley Road, west of U.S. 33 and the first site was completed in 2024.
17.84 miles Cologix COL3
17.89 miles Cologix Columbus COL4
Cologix is building COL4, a 256,000 square foot data center on 9 acres along Alta View and Worthington Woods boulevards in Ohio. This facility will offer 27 MW of capacity.
17.91 miles Cologix Columbus COL1, COL2
COL1 (32,000sqft) and COL2 (20,000sqft) represent 2 phases of buildout in the same building. Cologix entered the Columbus market in February of 2014 through an acquisition of DataCenter.BZ
19.94 miles Expedient: Lewis Center
Expedient data center Located at 281 E. Powell Road in Lewis Center township with The 102,000 sq ft (9,475 sqm) facility offers 3MW of initial power capacity that will be increased to 7.5 MW in the future.

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Microsoft acquired 290 acres in Pataskala
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