Two New Leases for Digital Capital in Chicago

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The exterior of the Digital Capital data center in Chicago's South Loop. (Photo: Digital Capital)

The exterior of the Digital Capital data center in Chicago’s South Loop. (Photo: Digital Capital)

Digital Capital Partners has signed two new tenants to new leases at its data center at 725 S. Wells in Chicago, the company said today. OSF Health Care and ColocationZone have each signed long-term leases for space at the data center located in Chicago’s South Loop. The new leases bring the facility to 45 percent full.

“We’re excited about the Phase 2 expansion of our mission critical facility and have begun construction on four floors of data center and office space,” said Christopher Jensen, Principal and Co-Founder of DCP. “Healthcare is one of the fastest growing sectors in the IT business and DCP is well positioned to become one of the premier healthcare-focused data centers. We’re also excited to have ColocationZone as the new manager of the building’s Meet-Me-Room, allowing our wholesale customers access to numerous carriers in our fiber-rich facility.”

OSF HealthCare is a network owned and operated by The Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, which consists of multiple medical centers around the country throughout Illinois and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. OSF will be adding the 725 S. Wells location as a core location of their overall IT infrastructure. 

“We are very excited to work with and join the DCP group,” said James Mormann, Senior Vice President and CIO for OSF Healthcare System. “Having an organization willing to work with the unique needs of healthcare systems to create solutions that deliver more cost effective and secure ways of operations is key. The DCP staff and solution are a great asset to not only the greater Chicago area but to the national landscape.” 

ColocationZone, LLC, is a Chicago-based provider that focuses on retail colocation for small to medium-sized businesses. “Many businesses today do not have the space or funds to create the kind of environment that their critical IT infrastructure requires, and that’s where we come in,” said Kate Murawski, Vice President of Sales for ColocationZone. “DCP provided us with custom built data center space that will allow for amazing growth. The facility’s infrastructure and abundant connectivity made DCP an easy decision.”

725 S. Wells Street is an eight-story, 55,000 square foot data center which sits atop one of Chicago’s key fiber loops, with three separate fiber entrances and risers. The building is owned and operated by Digital Capital Partners, LLC, which offers custom solutions ranging from small suites to 3 megawatt spaces, each with a 24-inch raised floor. Here’s a look at one of the data halls:

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A data hall at 725 S. Wells in Chicago. (Photo: Digital Capital LLC)

And here’s a look at some of the building’s cooling and mechanical infrastructure:

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Mechanical and cooling infrastructure at 725 S. Wells in Chicago (Photo: Digital Capital Partners)

About the Author

Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.

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