November 28, 2018 Comments (0) Views: 573 Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas News

Plans Unveiled for 130K-SF Data Center Shell

KDC announced plans to develop its fifth ground-up data center in Richardson, TX. The Dallas developer is planning to build a 130,000-square-foot data center at 1510 E. Lookout Dr., just south of its mixed-use CityLine development. The center will be open for business in summer 2019.

“The greenfield data center project is located in a proven data center site, and is adjacent to a large financial enterprise data center we previously developed,” said KDC’s Ab Atkins. “It contains an on-site electrical substation that is owned and maintained by ONCOR.”

The new center will feature 190-mph-resistant wind design, more than 20 network fiber carriers, and a 10-year, 50% City of Richardson business personal property tax abatement. Alliance Architects is designing the project and Kimley Horn is the civil engineer. Telios Dallas is the mechanical and electrical engineer.

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