Microsoft wants to build five more data centers in San Antonio, Texas

Jul 13, 2021 | Posted by AbdulRahmanOladimeji

According to recent documents filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Microsoft has applied to build five more data centers in San Antonio, Texas. The data centers will have a total space of 350,000 square feet. It will also cost over $200 million.

The construction of the data centers will come in three phases. Phase 1 of the project will see Microsoft build two data center buildings, measuring 152,000 square feet and 107,000 square feet. Also, the construction of Phase 1 will start in October 2021 and finish in December 2022. This phase is also estimated to cost $154.9 million.

Furthermore, Phase 2 will see the Company add a 46,000 square feet data center that will cost $26.8 million. It is also scheduled to be completed in June 2024. Phase 3 will see another data center and an admin area added.

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