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Westin Building Seattle
2001 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Located in Seattle
  • 60,000 Gross SqFt
  • 14.0 Megawatts

The Westin Building is a Carrier Hotel and the communications hub of the Pacific Northwest. The 34 story building has a conglomeration of colo providers, carriers, and the SIX and the PNWGP Peering Exchanges.

2001 6th (Westin Building) Digital Realty
2001 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Located in Seattle
  • 389,460 Gross SqFt
  • 8.0 Megawatts

Also known as the Westin Building, the building is 34 stories and is the center for telecommunications and internet in the Pacific Northwest. Originally built as a high-rise office building in 1981, the Westin Building has been significantly upgraded with a robust electrical and mechanical infrastructure. The MMR is on the 19th floor.

Equinix Seattle SE2
2001 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Located in Seattle
  • 43,610 Gross SqFt
  • 2.1 Megawatts

Equinix SE2 occupies 4 different floors with in the Westin Building

Equinix Seattle SE4
6906 S. 204th Street
Kent, WA 98032
Located in Seattle
  • 108,000 Gross SqFt
  • 12.0 Megawatts

Equinix SE4 is located 16 miles from SE2 and SE3, which are both located in Downtown Seattle. It is a 1-story building located 8 miles away from the Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA).

H5 Seattle
1000 Denny Way
Seattle, WA 98109
Located in Seattle
  • 7.0 Megawatts
  • 293,000 Building SqFt

H5 owns the building and is landlord to the Seattle Level(3) Gateway and a XO data center.


Top Data Center Providers in Washington

Sites Sites Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
Sabey Data Centers 4 1,019,000 136.00
Microsoft Azure 4 857,000 67.00
Digital Realty Trust 2 505,406 20.50
Cyxtera Technologies 4 399,889 33.50
Verizon Media (Yahoo) 1 331,000 77.00
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Largest Data Centers in Washington

Gross SqFt Gross SqFt Power (MW) Power (MW)
Microsoft Quincy MWH 800,000 50.00
Sabey Intergate.Columbia 438,000 30.00
Sabey Intergate.Quincy 408,000 50.00
2001 6th (Westin Building) Digital Realty 389,460 8.00
Yahoo-Oath Quincy 331,000 77.00
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The facility was acquired in 2019 by GI Partners in a sale-leaseback transaction
Yahoo Japan’s data center will be built using Open Compute Project designs for the sake of increasing efficiency. By processing data in the United States, the company claims to have reduced its ele...
The Polaris Data Center in Wenatchee Under Construction
Posted in T-Mobile East Wenatchee Source: Fortis
The Polaris Data Center During Construction
Posted in T-Mobile East Wenatchee Source: Fortis
Pipes Under the Data Center
Posted in T-Mobile East Wenatchee Source: Fortis
The Polaris Data Center in Wenatchee Under Construction
Posted in T-Mobile East Wenatchee Source: Fortis
Microsoft Campus in Quincy
Posted in Microsoft Quincy MWH Source: Microsoft
ITPACs at Microsoft's Quincy Campus
Posted in Microsoft Quincy MWH Source: Microsoft
The facility was acquired in 2019 by GI Partners in a sale-leaseback transaction
Exterior of NTT Data's Facility in Quincy
Posted in NTT Data Quincy

The facility was acquired in 2019 by GI Partners in a sale-leaseback transaction

Exterior of SFR's Facility in Moses Lake, WA
Posted in Server Farm Realty Titan (Moses Lake) Source: SFR
Yahoo Japan’s data center will be built using Open Compute Project designs for the sake of increasing efficiency. By processing data in the United States, the company claims to have reduced its ele...
Rendering of Yahoo Japan's Facility Under Construction
Posted in Yahoo Japan East Wenatchee

Yahoo Japan’s data center will be built using Open Compute Project designs for the sake of increasing efficiency. By processing data in the United States, the company claims to have reduced its electricity costs to a sixth of what it would have paid if it remained confined to Japan.

Source: Yahoo Japan
Yahoo Japan team breaks ground on East Wenatchee data center
Posted in Yahoo Japan East Wenatchee Source: Yahoo Japan
A priest blesses the construction site in East Wenatchee WA
Posted in Yahoo Japan East Wenatchee Source: Yahoo Japan
Beautiful Row of Cabinets
Posted in H5 Seattle Source: H5
Conference Room at H5 Seattle
Posted in H5 Seattle Source: H5
Exterior of Seattle Times Building
Posted in H5 Seattle
The Seattle Times Building
Posted in H5 Seattle
Exterior of H5's Quincy Facility
Posted in H5 Quincy Source: H5
SE4 at 6906 S. 204th Street in Kent
Posted in Equinix Seattle SE4 Source: Google Maps
1st Building on the Campus
Posted in Vantage Quincy Source: Vantage
Rendering of Campus When Fully Built Out
Posted in Vantage Quincy
Satellite View
Posted in Microsoft Canyon Park Source: Google Maps
Canyon Park Business Center
Posted in Microsoft Canyon Park
Aerial View of the South Hill Campus
Posted in Centeris South Hill Campus Source: Centeris
Electrical Room
Posted in Clise: 2020 Fifth Source: Clise Properties
Roof of 2020
Posted in Clise: 2020 Fifth Source: Clise Properties
Aerial View of 2020 5th with Westin in the background
Posted in Clise: 2020 Fifth Source: Clise Properties
2020 5th is Next to the Westin Building
Posted in Clise: 2020 Fifth Source: Clise Properties
8th Floor Layout
Posted in Westin Building Seattle Source: westinbuilding.com
Telecom Nerve Center
Posted in Westin Building Seattle
Antennae atop Komo Plaza
Posted in KOMO Plaza (was Fisher Plaza) Source: Komo Plaza
Fisher Plaza with Space Needle in the Background
Posted in KOMO Plaza (was Fisher Plaza)