STACK Toronto TOR01

3650 Danforth Ave

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Strategically located with secured access to power and robust connectivity, the TOR01 Campus is just seven miles away from 151 Front Street, Toronto's largest carrier hotel and primary internet exchange point. Stack Infrastructure's TOR01A offers committed power, providing a secure foundation for mission-critical infrastructure.

# # Availability of Power Phasing

  • Toronto-based developer First Gulf partnered with STACK to deliver the initial 8MW data center by renovating an existing building TOR01A.
  • The 24MW phase of development, TOR01B, with planned delivery in the second quarter of 2026, features committed power from Toronto Hydro from three diverse substations using 100% renewable energy sources.
  • The third phase, TOR01C, will offer a further 24MW, which STACK says will support client growth on a campus tailored as a purpose-built solution for scalability.

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0.09 miles Stack: TOR01B
Stack Infrastructure's TOR01B facility is just seven miles away from 151 Front Street. The 24MW phase of development features committed power from Toronto Hydro from three diverse substations using 100% renewable energy sources.
0.10 miles Stack: TOR01C
Stack Infrastructure's TOR01C facility is just seven miles away from 151 Front Street. The third phase will offer 24MW to support client growth on a campus tailored as a purpose-built solution for scalability.
3.96 miles Lumen Toronto 1
5.75 miles Urbacon Toronto - 281 Front Street
At the intersection of Front Street East and Parliament Street, 281 Front is less than one and a half kilometres from Canada’s financial heart, and directly abutting 151 Front Street, which is Toronto's carrier hotel.
5.76 miles Equinix Toronto TR2
TR2 is also known as Parliament Street Data Centre TR2 has metro connections to TR1, which is home to one of Canada's largest financial trading ecosystems. TR2 hosts Internet Exchange, Ethernet Exchange and Equinix Cloud Exchange™ connectivity to TR1.
6.61 miles TNW Toronto
6.78 miles Equinix Toronto TR4
The site was formerly known as "Q9 Toronto 2, 3, and 4" which were acquired by Equinix from Bell Canada in 2020.
6.80 miles CenriLogic Toronto
6.83 miles eStruxture TOR-2
6.93 miles eStruxture TOR-1
6.93 miles Priority Colo TOR1
6.93 miles 151 Front Street
151 Front Street is Canada's largest carrier hotel, where the telecom, Internet service providers, and content companies colocate to exchange traffic (peer) between their respective networks.
6.93 miles Digital Realty 151 Front
6.93 miles Cologix Toronto TOR1
Cologix operates seven discrete Toronto data centres at 151 Front Street West (TOR 1), Canada’s largest and most important carrier hotel.
6.93 miles Neutral Data Toronto
6.93 miles Equinix Toronto TR1
Equinix's facilities in Toronto has a long history that includes several acquisitions. The original suites now operated by Equinix at 151 Front Street began with RACO, a Canadian company that Switch and Data acquired in 2004.
7.10 miles 250 Front Street - Allied
Also known as the Canadian Broadcasting Centre, the building is a block away from Allied's carrier hotel, 151 Front Street.
8.11 miles ILAP 210 Sheppard
8.25 miles Contegix Toronto
8.25 miles Cologix Toronto TOR2
Cologix’s second Toronto data centre site at 905 King Street (TOR 2) was built using standards for concurrent maintainability for space, power, mechanical systems and security. The TOR 2 data centre can be utilized as a stand-alone, diverse bypass facility to Cologix's TOR 1 data centre at 151 Front Street.
8.25 miles Beanfield 905 King St
8.25 miles 905 King Street W
8.58 miles Edgeconnex Toronto
8.59 miles eStruxture TOR-4 Scarborough
8.92 miles Beanfield 23 Fraser
9.53 miles Nüday Networks
10.06 miles Cyxtera Markham TR3
10.10 miles 371 Gough - Digital Realty
The site will support (5) 1,350 kW data center suites measuring approximately 10,000 sq. ft. each
10.79 miles Equinix Markham TR5
11.20 miles 1547 Ontario TOON1
The building was sold to 1547 Critical Systems Realty in 2018. As part of the deal, 1547 will handle wholesale deals in the building. While I.C.E will manage all the retail colocation deployments.
11.20 miles Cologix TOR4
Close to downtown Toronto in Markham, the Scalelogix TOR4-S data center has diverse dark fiber connectivity between TOR4-S and TOR1 at 151 Front Street
11.23 miles Rogers Markham TOR DC3
11.32 miles Priority Colo TOR2
11.53 miles Canada Cloud Data Centre
11.87 miles Pathway Communications
13.18 miles ServerFarm Toronto TOR1
Site is approximately 7.14 acres Three 10,000 SF data halls with ample office and conference space
13.75 miles Canada15Edge Toronto West
14.02 miles Compass: North York
14.25 miles Urbacon - Richmond Hill, ON
14.37 miles TeraGo Vaughn
14.71 miles Compass Toronto Etobicoke
14.88 miles 1 Century Place (TOR1) Digital Realty
This site was originally operated by Dupont Fabros as TOR1 before being acquired in Sept 2017 by Digital Realty Trust in a $7.6 Billion 12 datacenter deal. Located just outside the city of Toronto in nearby Vaughan, this Canadian wholesale data centre spans over 66,000 square metres (711,000 square feet) with a critical power capacity of up to 46 megawatts. The site was the former Toronto Star Printing plant.
15.07 miles eStruxture TOR-3 (Etobicoke)
16.36 miles Cogent Mississauga
17.58 miles TeraGo Mississauga
19.80 miles CentriLogic Mississauga (South)

STACK Toronto TOR01 Data Center Photos


Rendering of the new STACK Toronto data center built at the old Eli Lily facility
Source: First Gulf

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

70 Facilities Owned
23 Markets Served
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3650-danforth-avenue-toronto-sold-brochure April 2021

CBRE flyer showing property before being acquired by STACK