Guitar Center Moves Data Center to Phoenix

The latest migration to Phoenix is the Guitar Center, which has leased 7,000 square feet for a downtown data center.

Rich Miller

August 31, 2006

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The Phoenix market is hot, and continues to attract companies relocating from other cities. One of the latest migrations is by the Guitar Center Inc., which is moving its data center from Woodhills, Calif., to central Phoenix. The company has leased 7,014 square feet in Phoenix's 2600 Tower for its data center. The Arizona Republic said the deal is valued at $1.41 million.

The Guitar Center operates an online store selling a wide variety of guitars and merchandise, and has retail stores in more than 100 locations throughout the country.

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