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Internap to Move Out of Major Manhattan Data Hub

The exterior of 111 8th Avenue, one of the premier carrier hotels in Manhattan.

Internap will move a data center out of 111 8th Avenue and relocate customers to a new facility it is building in New Jersey. The move illustrate the shifting tides in the greater New York data center market, and raises questions about Google’s plans for 111 8th Avenue. Read More

COPT Signs 2MW Deal in Northern Virginia

The COPT DC-6 data center in Manassas, Virginia. (Photo:

Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) has signed a 2 megawatt lease at its COPT-DC 6 data center in Manassas, Virginia, the company said today. The new tenant was identified as a “Fortune 100 Global consumer electronics and technology company.” Read More

GI Partners Buys LA Telecom Hub One Wilshire

Private equity firm GI Partners has acquired One Wilshire, the leading carrier hotel in Los Angeles and one of the most wired buildings in the world. The reproted deal price of $437 million reinforces the premium value of data center real estate. Read More

Telx Expands to Another Major NYC Data Hub

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Telx is expanding to a third major telecom hub in New York City, leasing a floor of space at 32 Avenue of the Americas in Tribeca, where it will also manage the building’s Meet-Me-Room (MMR) for landlord Rudin Management. Read More

Bay Area Internet Acquired by Private Equity Firm

The Stephens Group has acquired Bay Area Internet Services, a company that owns a premier colocation facility in Santa Clara. DH Capital, notches another win, advising on the deal. Stephens Group partnered with the vXchnge management team on the transaction. Financial terms were not disclosed. Read More

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