Originally posted on Data Center POST

TA Realty LLC, distinguished provider of real estate investment management services, has unveiled their ambitious plans for a 1.9 million-square-foot data center campus in Loudoun County, VA. The company announced the signing of a comprehensive 430 MW build-to-suit lease agreement with a premier global cloud services provider. This momentous project encompasses five buildings, solidifying TA Realty’s strategic presence in one of the world’s foremost data center hubs.

Strategic Location and Advanced Infrastructure

Situated on the east side of Sycolin Road, with Cochran Mill Road to the north and Energy Park Drive to the south in Leesburg, VA, TA Realty’s development site is strategically poised atop major fiber routes and adjacent to transmission lines. The prime location allows access to diverse fiber connections and is in close proximity to a power plant, logistics facility, and an existing substation that powers another data center facility. This location aligns with the thriving data center ecosystem in Loudoun County, recognized as the global epicenter of data centers.

Community Commitment and Infrastructure Enhancements

Buddy Rizer, Executive Director of Loudoun Economic Development, expressed his excitement about TA Realty’s arrival, emphasizing the positive impact on the community. Notably, TA Realty is investing in a new water pump station, demonstrating their commitment to improving water quality and distribution throughout the region.

TA Realty’s Competitive Edge

Allison O’Rourke, Partner at TA Realty, highlighted the company’s skillfulness in identifying exceptional opportunities within the data center industry, especially in Tier 1, mature markets. The successful negotiation of this lease is a testament to TA Realty’s dedication to creating value through collaborations with local authorities, utilities, and network partners. TA Realty looks forward to supporting its strategic customers and collaboratively completing this world-class project in Loudoun County.

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