Previously know as Amerimar Enterprises, Netrality Properties owns and operates strategic interconnected data centers and Meet Me Rooms, providing a mix of colocation, powered shell and wholesale data center solutions driven by fiber-dense, network-rich interconnection environments.
Netrality Properties today has six strategic network interconnection properties in five markets: 210 North Tucker and 900 Walnut in St. Louis, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, 717 South Wells in Chicago, 1301 Fannin in Houston and 401 North Broad in Philadelphia.
900 Walnut is a hub for IP traffic and is a principle interconnection point between carriers, service providers and enterprise customers in St Louis.
1301 Fannin Street is a 25 story 1.1 million square building which was acquired in 2015 by Netrality. 1301 Fannin is the primary telecom hotel and interconnection point in Houston. Netrality operates as a carrier-neutral facility manages the Meet Me Room
1102 Grand, a carrier hotel owned and operated by Netrality, is the most network-rich, core interconnection environment in Kansas. The data center provides infrastructure for carriers, enterprises, and service providers to interconnect reliably and cost-effectively.
Colo area with slab floors
Space inside Netrality interconnected colocation facility at 717 South Wells Chicago
Image created by Digital Realty before the sale of St Louis's two carrier hotels (to Netrality) which are in close proximity to each other.
Shows the location of the Netrality Properties operated Meet-Me Room on the 6th floor as well as the generator rooms
210 Tucker is owned by Netrality Properties