STACK Melbourne MEL01

399 Palmers Rd

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Located on a 3.6-hectare plot in the Truganina region of Melbourne, the MEL01A facility spans three stories and has a capacity of 36MW. This facility is part of a larger 72MW campus, which will ultimately comprise two buildings. Additionally, there is a dedicated onsite substation with a capacity of 105MW.

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11.47 miles Amazon: Melbourne, Victoria.
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Operating Company

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


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

62 Facilities Owned
24 Markets Served
528.66 Megawatts
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