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S Litchfield Rd & W Lower Buckeye Rd

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0.13 miles Stream Goodyear AZ
Phoenix I is the first of five 40MW buildings.
1.07 miles Microsoft PHX11
1.07 miles Microsoft PHX10
1.69 miles Compass Phoenix
2.25 miles Vantage Phoenix
In January 2019 Vantage announced it acquired 50 acres outside Phoenix in Goodyear, Arizona, to build a 160MW mega-scale data center campus. Construction began in early 2019, with the first 32MW phase coming online in 2022.
2.64 miles Prime Phoenix
6.74 miles Microsoft PHX70
7.08 miles Microsoft Goodyear Campus
7.72 miles QTS Glendale AZ
QTS bought the property consisting of 391 acres in July 2022 for $255 million. A development timeline has yet to be announced.
10.05 miles Microsoft El Mirage
16.62 miles QTS Phoenix Van Buren
QTS acquired this site via the Carpathia acquisition in 2015.
16.62 miles XO: 120 Van Buren
16.62 miles AIS Van Buren (VBDC)
16.62 miles 120 E Van Buren - Digital Realty
120 E Van Buren is Phoenix's carrier hotel and the building is the best connected in Phoenix. The building is also home to many colocation operators including AIS, QTS, Sungard, XO
16.88 miles Lumen Phoenix 2
16.90 miles DataBank Phoenix PHX1
17.30 miles Blue Cross Blue Shield Phoenix
17.30 miles eBay Arizona
eBay's data center is also known as Project Mercury.
17.32 miles Expedient Phoenix
The site was originally a build-to-suit Tier-III data center for Blue Cross commissioned in 2010, the data center is part of a complex of Blue Cross-occupied facilities
17.97 miles CenturyLink: 811 S. 16th
18.01 miles Lumen Phoenix 1
18.17 miles Windstream Phoenix

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Master Campus Plan with 3 buildings
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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

39 Facilities Owned
9 Markets Served
379.16 Megawatts
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phoenix080720 March 2021

Avondale/Goodyear Data Sheet (PDF)