STACK Atlanta ATL01

3200 Webb Bridge Road

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The site was previously known as T5@Atlanta. Stack acquired the Alpharetta facility in 2019 from data center operator T5. The data center was constructed in 2012 after the Fulton County Development Authority issued $160 million in taxable bonds for the project.

Highlights:


  • Secure, private data halls available from 2,500sf to 50,000sf (540KW – 6.0MW)
  • High-efficiency chilled water cooling system with water-side economizing lowers costs and increases sustainability
  • Baseline Tier III influenced N+1 electrical and mechanical topology with optional 2N UPS capability
  • 4:1 reserve redundant 2.5MW Caterpillar Generators back-up
  • Georgia Power “Hi-Reliability” dual feed underground utility design
  • 185 mph wind-rated shell

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Sites within 15 miles of STACK Atlanta ATL01

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0.10 miles Stack: ATL01 Future Expansion
STACK Infrastructure is constructing a new data center facility neighboring ATL01A, at Webb Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA, with a substantial footprint of 133000 square feet.
0.98 miles 356 Alpharetta
1.04 miles Flexential Atlanta-Alpharetta
Flexential's Alpharetta site is a former Peak 10 facility.
1.40 miles Lincoln Rackhouse: Alpharetta
The former Blackberry facility, Lincoln Rackhouse acquired the building in 2022.
2.10 miles Strategic Datasphere: Alpharetta, Georgia
Strategic Datasphere has completed the acquisition of a Tier IV equivalent data center located in Alpharetta, GA. The 165,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility has 5.4 MW of 2N critical capacity that can be expanded to 8.1 MW at N+1.
2.12 miles Mapletree: 1001 Windward
9.16 miles Flexential Atlanta-Norcross
The Norcross data center features a cloud node on-site
9.16 miles Mapletree: 2775 Northwoods
9.73 miles Equinix Atlanta AT5
Another site Equinix acquired from Verizon.
10.91 miles Internap Atlanta: 40 Perimeter Center
The facility is located within Lincoln Rackhouse's facility
10.91 miles 40 Perimeter Center: Lincoln Rackhouse
The data center is 30 minutes from Hartsfield International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta.
11.16 miles CleanSpark: Norcross
An 87,000-square-foot data center in Norcross was purchased and transformed into CleanSpark’s second Bitcoin mining facility
11.71 miles Lumen Doraville 1
11.79 miles Server Farm Atlanta
Server Farm Atlanta at 305 Satellite Blvd was a former AMD data center originally commissioned in 2012 and designed to accommodate approximately 100,000 SF of additional data center space.
11.96 miles QTS Atlanta Suwanee
The QTS Atlanta-Suwanee Data Center has 370,000 sq. ft. of data center and office space in the north suburbs of Atlanta
16.23 miles DataSite Atlanta
Freestanding Building on Approximately 7 Acres that is outside the 500 year flood plain
16.50 miles Equinix Atlanta AT4
Equinix acquired AT4 from Verizon in May 2017
17.27 miles Coloblox
Local provider located in North Atlanta at the junction of I-285 and I-75

STACK Atlanta ATL01 Data Center Photos

Map produced by TAG, the Technology Association of Georgia.

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Map produced by TAG, the Technology Association of Georgia.

Operating Company

Infomart Data Centers is owned by ASB Allegiance Real Estate Fund, a $5.5B Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).

History:


2019: Infomart combines data center assets with IPI Partners and rebrands as STACK INFRASTRUCTURE
2018: IPI Partners Acquires the three remaining Infomart data centers from ASB Real Estate (source: DCF)
2018: The Infomart company sold the Dallas Infomart Building to Equinix
2014: Acquired the building for Infomart Ashburn from AOL
2014: ASB Real Estate Fund (a subsidiary of DCI Technology Holdings) merged Infomart with Fortune Data Centers. The combined company was renamed to Infomart Data Centers.
2012: Expanded to Oregon with a building in Hillsboro
2007: John Sheputis purchased first Fortune Data Center in San Jose, CA, backed by ASB Real Estate
2006: ASB Real Estate purchased Infomart Dallas building
2006: Fortune Founded as Fortune Data Centers

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23 Markets Served
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