Acquisition Opportunity: Former Mission-Critical Datacentre

By Cushman & Wakefield
3701 E. Columbia Street, Tucson, AZ / ±133,452 SF / ±40,793 SF of the raised floor within three data halls providing ±6.562MW of critical power

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. (“C&W”) has been retained by NortonLifeLock Inc. as their exclusive agent in the sale of 3701 E. Columbia Street, Tucson, Arizona. Owned and previously occupied by NortonLifeLock Inc., this former Mission-Critical Enterprise Data Centre provides a unique opportunity for a Corporate User or Value-Add investor to acquire an exceptional property with significant in-place infrastructure. 

“This is a unique opportunity to acquire a high-quality, mission-critical data centre,” Cushman & Wakefield said. “The facility has expansion capability within the existing structure for an additional ±15,000 square feet (SF) of raised floor area and 3.0 MW. [...] This outstanding data centre asset is offered unpriced to the market.”

Commissioned in three phases, the purpose-built Tier II+ / III+ data centre is 100% concurrently maintainable and housed in ±133,452 SF. The data centre facility contains ±40,793 SF of the raised floor within three data halls providing ±6.562MW of critical power. The facility has expansion capability within the existing structure for an additional ±15,000 SF of raised floor area and 3.0 MW. The property has an on-site power substation expandable to 20MW per Tucson Electric Power.

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