CloudHQ: CloudHQ plans 4 million sq ft of data center buildings

Jan 13, 2022 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

According to DgtlInfra, a firm with links to CloudHQ wants to develop a 4 million square feet data center on a 97-acre site in Virginia. The Loudoun County Planning & Zoning commission is looking to increase the approved data center use on the Dulles Berry project site in Ashburn to 4,050,000 square feet (376,000 square meters) from 1,671,000 square feet (155,000 square meters). The commission also wants to grant a Special Exception and Zoning Concept Plan Amendment to allow the change.

The Dulles Berry site was formerly part of the 350-acre land owned by Du Pont in the 2010s. The land is still not developed, and the filings do not reveal the number of buildings that would be constructed on the land. However, the commission will meet this week to discuss the proposal.