QTS Denver

1160 N. Gun Club Rd

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The campus, also known as QTS Aurora, on 80 acres, will consist of four buildings and is projected to ramp up to capacity over 10 years

Construction cost and electrical infrastructure investments:

The complex will cost more than $1 billion and will employ 400 to 600 people during construction and 70 to 85 permanent workers. QTS will pay for a new transmission line and substation for the site.

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1160 N. Gun Club Rd
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Sites within 15 miles of QTS Denver

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0.54 miles Lumen Aurora 1
3.14 miles 365 Aurora, CO
5.03 miles Microsoft: Denver, CO
Microsoft has bought an undeveloped piece of land directly south of Denali Logistics Park. The 420-acre logistics and industrial park, has the ability to develop buildings that are up to 1.1 million square feet in size and can build up to 6 million in square feet total.
5.49 miles JP Morgan Aurora
6.72 miles Lumen Denver 5
8.66 miles 11900 E Cornell
The Digital site is fully leased to Flexential
8.66 miles Flexential Aurora (Cornell)
15,000 kVA UPS system capacity Redundant battery strings with monitoring Branch Circuit Monitoring
11.71 miles Flexential Denver (Arapahoe)
11.74 miles Comcast Centennial
11.99 miles Charter Communications National Center West
12.02 miles DataBank Centennial (DEN2)
The site at 6900 South Peoria Street in Centennial, CO is air-containment optimized and has a reflective white roof that prevents solar heat from entering the building. Inside, energy efficient “green” cooling solutions are engineered to achieve an industry-leading PUE of 1.3.
12.06 miles DataBank Centennial II (DEN5)
12.23 miles H5 Denver
The data center campus sits on more than 12-acres in the Denver Tech Center and is comprised of four buildings totaling nearly 300,000 square feet.
12.43 miles Expedient Centennial
13.16 miles Equinix Denver DE1
This site is a former Switch and Data site before Equinix acquired S&D in 2010.
13.17 miles Verizon: 9706 Easter
13.22 miles EdgeConneX Denver
Capable of 20+kW per cabinet Capable of 600+ watts per sq ft Real-time branch circuit monitoring
13.34 miles Cyxtera Denver DEN2
13.34 miles 8534 Concord - Digital Realty
Digital Realty has leased out the building to Cyxtera's DN3 site.
13.48 miles OneNeck Denver
The Denver One Neck data center was built in 2015 at a cost of $20 million. Phase I provides 35,000 Square Feet, but facility can be built out to 160,000 Square Feet over 5 phases.
13.62 miles TerraCom Direct Denver
TerraCom Direct's Denver Colorado site is located in the ViaWest Compark Data Center Complex.
13.64 miles Flexential Englewood
The Englewood site is also known as Flexential's Compark Data Center. Englewood is Flexential's largest site in Denver.
13.75 miles Iron Mountain DEN-1
Iron Mountain acquired the building from Fortrust in July 2017 for $130 million.
13.90 miles Verizon: 313 Inverness
The site is a previous XO Communications facility
14.02 miles CoreSite DE2
This is the legacy Comfluent Denver 2 site that is adjacent to the Level 3's Denver gateway site
14.04 miles Lumen Denver 1 (1850 North Pearl)
14.07 miles Equinix Denver DE2
Equinix acquired DE2 in Englewood as well as 28 other datacenters from Verizon in May 2017. It was formerly named Verizon DEN1.
14.12 miles DataBank Englewood (DEN1)
14.58 miles Hosting.com Denver
Located in the heart of Denver, the HOSTING N+1 data center is housed in a historic Ford Model T factory.
14.58 miles Handy Networks Denver
Handy Networks is centrally located Denver, Colorado and operates their own private, fully redundant data center with 24×7, 100% US based technical support.
14.82 miles Flexential Denver (Champa)
14.82 miles DataBank Denver DEN3
14.83 miles 1500 Champa
14.89 miles Lumen Denver 2 & 3
14.89 miles Denver Gas & Electric Building (910 15th)
Built in 1910, the Denver Gas & Electric Building (DGEB) at 910 15th is Denver's Carrier Hotel.
14.89 miles VLEC Denver
14.89 miles CoreSite Denver DE1
Acquired from Comfluent, data center has the acted as the defacto building Meet-Me Room until 910Telecom set up its own MMR.
14.89 miles RockyNet Denver
14.94 miles American Tower: Denver
15.75 miles 501 Wazee
900 kVA UPS system capacity Redundant battery strings Multiple redundant power distribution paths Branch Circuit Monitoring System
16.79 miles Lockheed Martin Denver
19.18 miles 12121 Grant Street
19.33 miles Google Denver Thorton
19.34 miles Visa Central US Denver

QTS Denver Data Center Photos

Rendering of facility

Operating Company

Company History:

  • 2003: QTS was founded by Chad Williams with its first data center in Overland Park in Kansas
  • 2003: Company acquired first data center in Overland Park, KS
  • 2005 QTS acquired Atlanta Suwanee data center
  • 2010 Acquired their Richmond facility
  • 2013: When public (IPO) and started trading under the symbol QTS on the NYSE.
  • 2014 Expanded with Chicago and Princeton data centers
  • May 2015: QTS acquires Carpathis Hosting for $326 million. [1] The transaction increases QTS's ability to serve IaaS and Government clients. Additionally the transaction provides a number of deployments within Equinix facilities. [2] [3]


QTS maintains three different operational headquarters. The corporate headquarters are in Overland Park, KS. The operational headquarters are in Suwanee, GA. Carpathia headquarters have remained in Dulles, VA to better serve government clients.


1. PR Newswire May 6, 2015
2. The Whir article July 5, 2012
3. The Whir article Feb 28, 2011

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