Sabey Intergate.Columbia

4405 Grant Road

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The Intergate.Columbia campus sits on 30 acres of land in the heart of Washington State. Phase 1 is a 438,000 square foot purpose-built data center that accommodates both single and multi-tenant customers. The data center buildings share a dedicated power substation ensuring that the power supply remains uninterrupted. Phase I includes both Gold and Platinum LEED certified construction. Construction began in April of 2008 and was completed in December of that year. Plans are underway for Phase II immediately adjacent.

Phase II

  • 106 acres with access to 50+ MW of power and multiple tier I networks
  • The campus can support up to 3 buildings

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0.13 miles T-Mobile East Wenatchee
T-Mobile's data center is on Sabey's campus.
1.03 miles BitDeer: Washington
1.35 miles Microsoft East Wenatchee
1.73 miles Salcido Pangborn Data Center
Salcido is a Cyrpto Mining hosting provider. Salcido calls it a "Tier 0" data center apparently in reference to the redundancy design
3.54 miles Microsoft: Malaga 3
Microsoft has filed plans to build a campus with three data centers in Malaga, Washington. The development will construct the first building on the site by the end of 2025, with potential for two more buildings by 2027.
3.67 miles Microsoft: Malaga 2
Microsoft has filed plans to build a campus with three data centers in Malaga, Washington. The development will construct the first building on the site by the end of 2025, with potential for two more buildings by 2027.
3.73 miles MIcrosoft: Malaga, WA
Microsoft has filed plans to build a campus with three data centers in Malaga, Washington. Microsoft acquired more than 100 acres in a deal spread across two phases; Phase I is the Lojo Property, 72.5 acres at 5375 Malaga Alcoa Highway for which Microsoft paid $6.6 million.
7.67 miles Yahoo Japan East Wenatchee
Announced in April 2018, This will be Yahoo Japan’s second infrastructure project on foreign soil, following a 200-rack facility in Washington state in 2014.
15.18 miles Salcido Cashmere
Salcido Enterprises converted a portion of a large industrial complex into a multi-megawatt, high-security data processing facility for 24/7 tier-0 cryptocurrency mining.
18.63 miles Microsoft Quincy MWH
Microsoft was one of the first companies to build a data center in Quincy. In 2006 Microsoft constructed the first phase (470,000 square feet) of the ‘Columbia Data Center’ in Quincy, Washington
18.76 miles CyrusOne Quincy
CyrusOne acquired this 45-acre plot of land in Quincy in 2016, and started construction in early 2023.
18.92 miles NTT Data Quincy
The data center was first built by Dell in 2012. Subsequently sold to NTT Data in the Perot services deal.

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Sabey Data Centers is one of the largest privately owned multi-tenant data center owner/developer/operators in the world. Being privately-owned may mean that ours is never a household name, but to us, it means a complete focus on building value by serving one customer at a time.

Sabey Data Centers grew out of Sabey Corporation’s forty plus year history as a designer, builder and operator for leading innovators of the day: Boeing Electronics’ clean rooms, McCaw Cellular’s first cell phone switches, and Exodus Communications, provider of the world’s first internet colocation services — all were breaking new ground in industries of world-wide importance.

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6 Markets Served
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