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60 Hudson Street
60 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10013
  • 360,000 Gross SqFt
  • 50.0 Megawatts

Located in the hip Tribeca neighborhood, 60 Hudson is one of the telecom and Internet hubs in New York City.

111 8th Avenue
111 8th Ave
New York, NY 10011
  • 2,900,000 Building SqFt
32 Avenue of the Americas
32 6th Ave
New York, NY 10013
  • Owns Owns the Building
  • 1,163,051 Building SqFt

Built in 1932, 32 Avenue of the Americas was originally known as the AT&T Long Distance Building.

Sabey Intergate.Manhattan
375 Pearl Street New York
NY 10038
  • 400,000 Gross SqFt
  • 18.0 Megawatts

In 2011, Sabey Data Centers purchased an existing 32-story building in downtown Manhattan formerly known as the Verizon Building.

1025Connect
1025 Old Country Road
Westbury, NY 11590
  • 4,000 Gross SqFt
  • 2.0 Megawatts

In 2012 ancotel was acquired by Equinix, however ancotel USA was separately spun out of the deal and renamed to 1025Connect.


The New York City (NYC) data center market is a top 5 market in North America. A quick pro/con for a NYC datacenter deployment:

NYC Advantages:

  • Large population of 35 million people (NY + New England)
  • Rich connectivity options via many NY carrier hotels
  • Lots of Retail colocation choices

NYC Disadvantages:

  • Real Estate is Expensive
  • Electrical pricing is high
  • The area is prone to disasters or disruptions
  • Limited Wholesale datacenter options

NY Demographics


NYC is the largest metro in North America and is headquarters for 55 companies in the S&P500. New England and NY have a combined population of approximately 35 million. The large population makes it an attractive market to place an enterprise or collocation data center.

New York City as a Single Point of Failure:

NYC has one of the most a robust telecom marketplaces in the world. However, the metro is also a regional single point of failure. Almost all of New England’s Internet traffic runs through NY. A massive outage in NY would likely limit connectivity to New England. However, adding a deployment in Boston would keep services New England up and running in the event of an outage in NY.

Telecom Hotels in NYC:


The city has more telecom hotels than any other city in the Americas. Listed in order of importance:

111 8th Ave in Manhattan: A massive building that is a full city block, 111 8th is like a sky scrapper laid on its side. The building is only 16 stories but has 2.9 million square feet (2700,000 m2) making it the 4th largest building in NY. Google acquired the building in 2011 for $1.9 Billion. Despite churning out some datacenter space to make way for Google offices, 111 8th still has the best connectivity in NY.

60 Hudson in Manhattan: Built in 1930 for the Western Union telegraph company, the building was the nexus of telegraph infrastructure. Today, the initial telegraph bones provide a good conduit infrastructure for fiber cables connecting internet companies. Digital Realty (through the Telx acquisition) runs the building’s Meet Me Room

32 Avenue of the Americas is a tertiary telecom hotel in Manhattan.

165 Halsey: A large (1.2m Sqft) telecom hotel, 165 Halsey located across the Hudson River in Newark.

Financial Low Latency Ecosystem in Secaucus

New York has a large low-latency high-frequency trading ecosystem. Most of the ecosystem is centered in Equinix's NY2/NY4 Secaucus data centers, where market platforms, buy-side, sell-side, and market data providers all colocate near each other to edge out the fasted possible trade executions.

New York Retail Colocation

There are over 100 data center providers in the NY metro. The best colo deployment options depend on location, connectivity, and deployment size requirements. National colo providers with NYC data centers are Equinix, Cyxtera, CoreSite, Atlantic Metro, Internap, vXchnge, Zayo, Cologix and Sungard.

NYC Wholesale Space


Wholesale data center space in New York is expensive. Many multi-megawatt wholesale data center deployments are placed in regions with less expensive electrical and real estate costs. That said, the New York metro has rich network connectivity and content can be served to a large population. Beyond Sabey and DataGryd, there are limited wholesale options in Manhattan. Top Wholesale providers outside of Manhattan are Iron Mountian, Digital Realty, and QTS.





Top Data Center Providers in New York

Sites Sites Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
Sabey Data Centers 1 400,000 18.00
60 Hudon Owner LLC 1 360,000 50.00
Digital Realty Trust 3 329,600 5.90
Telehouse 3 307,000 12.50
DataGryd 1 240,000 15.00
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Largest Data Centers in New York

Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
Sabey Intergate.Manhattan 400,000 18.00
60 Hudson Street 360,000 50.00
DataGryd 240,000 15.00
Telehouse The Teleport 162,000 10.00
60 Hudson - Digital Realty 148,000
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This squeaky clean space on the 6th floor has everything but the computers. Note the absence of raised floors. In this facility, servers will be placed on concrete slabs. Air supply travels through...
The 5th floor houses the data center's uninterruptable power supply systems and backup batteries. The UPS room itself is redundant, too. There are four of these UPS rooms.
The chiller plant on the 4th floor of the data center is comprised of condenser water pumps and risers that are responsible for maintaining the appropriate temperature in the data center. The ceili...
The diagram shows the building's 9th floor MMR and POE fiber paths from the street into the building
8th Colo and 9th floor MMR areas.
The Antennas Have a Good View
The Telx Meet Me Room before being acquired by Digital Realty
The Western Union Building on Hudson Street is approximately 4 blocks from the AT&T Long Lines Building on 6th Street
A construction crane collapsed in Lower Manhattan Feb 5th 2016, crushing a row of parked cars and killing one man and injuring several others.
Exterior View
Posted in 111 8th Avenue
Exterior View
Posted in 111 8th Avenue
Exterior View
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan Source: InformationWeek
This squeaky clean space on the 6th floor has everything but the computers. Note the absence of raised floors. In this facility, servers will be placed on concrete slabs. Air supply travels through...
6th Floor Computer Room
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan

This squeaky clean space on the 6th floor has everything but the computers. Note the absence of raised floors. In this facility, servers will be placed on concrete slabs. Air supply travels through the walls from the computer room air handler units that can be adjusted as necessary.

Source: InformationWeek
Rendering of 6th Floor When When Filled With Rows of Cabinets
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan Source: Sabey
The 5th floor houses the data center's uninterruptable power supply systems and backup batteries. The UPS room itself is redundant, too. There are four of these UPS rooms.
5th Floor UBS Room
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan

The 5th floor houses the data center's uninterruptable power supply systems and backup batteries. The UPS room itself is redundant, too. There are four of these UPS rooms.

Source: InformationWeek
The chiller plant on the 4th floor of the data center is comprised of condenser water pumps and risers that are responsible for maintaining the appropriate temperature in the data center. The ceili...
Chiller Plant on the 4th Floor
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan

The chiller plant on the 4th floor of the data center is comprised of condenser water pumps and risers that are responsible for maintaining the appropriate temperature in the data center. The ceilings in this area are 23 feet high. As the temperature cools down outside the building, the chillers can be dialed back.

Source: InformationWeek
4th Floor Caterpillar Generators
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan
Verizon Building Before Renovation
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan
Before - After Renovation
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan Source: 6sqft.com
Verizon Building After Renovation
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan
View of 32 Avenue of the Americas from 375 Pearl Street (Sabey)
Posted in Sabey Intergate.Manhattan
AMC's Cage Area at 325 Hudson
Posted in Atlantic Metro LGA1
The diagram shows the building's 9th floor MMR and POE fiber paths from the street into the building
3D Visualization Showing Fiber Risers, MMR, and Manholes
Posted in 325 Hudson Street - Netrality New York

The diagram shows the building's 9th floor MMR and POE fiber paths from the street into the building

Source: Jamestown
8th Colo and 9th floor MMR areas.
Meet Me Room Floor Plans
Posted in 325 Hudson Street - Netrality New York

8th Colo and 9th floor MMR areas.

Source: Jamestown
Door to Colo Area
Posted in 325 Hudson Street - Netrality New York Source: Jamestown
Pretty Conduit
Posted in 325 Hudson Street - Netrality New York Source: Jamestown
The Antennas Have a Good View
Rooftop
Posted in 325 Hudson Street - Netrality New York

The Antennas Have a Good View

Source: Jamestown
Stackplan
Posted in DataGryd Source: DataGryd
Floor Layout Configuration
Posted in DataGryd Source: DataGryd
At Night
Posted in 1025Connect Source: 1025 Connect
1025Connects Vision for a Manhattan Bypass
Posted in 1025Connect
60 Hudson with NYC Skyline
Posted in 60 Hudson Street
Historic Picture of the Western Union Telegraph Building in New York
Posted in 60 Hudson Street Source: Irving Underhill
Landmark Entrance
Posted in 60 Hudson Street
The Telx Meet Me Room before being acquired by Digital Realty
Telx Meet Me Room
Posted in 60 Hudson Street

The Telx Meet Me Room before being acquired by Digital Realty

Source: Telx
The Telegraph Capitol of the World
Posted in 60 Hudson Street
The Western Union Building on Hudson Street is approximately 4 blocks from the AT&T Long Lines Building on 6th Street
Two of NYC's Telecom Hotels are in Close Proximity
Posted in 60 Hudson Street

The Western Union Building on Hudson Street is approximately 4 blocks from the AT&T Long Lines Building on 6th Street

A construction crane collapsed in Lower Manhattan Feb 5th 2016, crushing a row of parked cars and killing one man and injuring several others.
2016 Crane Collapsed in High Winds
Posted in 60 Hudson Street

A construction crane collapsed in Lower Manhattan Feb 5th 2016, crushing a row of parked cars and killing one man and injuring several others.

Source: ABC News
World Map Mosaic in the Lobby
Posted in 32 Avenue of the Americas
View of 32 AoA looking North
Posted in 32 Avenue of the Americas Source: Rudin
A shot straight down the middle of the lobby
Posted in 32 Avenue of the Americas Source: Steven Bornholtz
View of 11 Skyline from Parking Lot
Posted in TierPoint Hawthorne
11 Skyline Hawthorne
Posted in TierPoint Hawthorne
HW2: 17 Skyline Drive
Posted in TierPoint Hawthorne