Stream Data Centers has acquired a new 215,000 square foot industrial building set for redevelopment in Chicagoland’s Elk Grove Village, Illinois. The new Chicago II data center will provide 4 MW of initial turnkey-ready capacity, with an ultimate capacity of 120,000 SF and 32 MW at full build.
Construction has commenced, with early occupancy available for tenants in the third quarter of this year. The new property is in close proximity to Stream Data Centers’ recently completed Chicago I facility.
Elk Grove Village is one of the country’s main peering and interconnection markets and benefits from excellent infrastructure, outstanding access to all major cloud providers, robust network connectivity and affordable renewable power options.
Stream’s newest Chicago-area data center also capitalizes on tax exemptions applied to data center construction and equipment by Illinois lawmakers in 2019. The state implemented the sales tax incentives to attract new IT and construction jobs while growing the digital economy in Illinois.
- Total Building Size: 215,000 SF
- Office Size: 8,000 SF
- Site Size: 10.33 Acres
- Data Hall: 120,000 SF
- Critical Capacity: Up to 32 MW
- Proven Topology
- Clear Height: 15’ Clear
- Construction: Pre-cast concrete
- Floor: Slab on grade
- Weight limit: Supports up to 5,000 lbs. per rack
- Max density: Up to 30 kW per cabinet
Attractive Tax Incentives
Stream Data Centers Chicago facility is part of a state initiative to drive new IT jobs and infrastructure. The government’s $45 billion budget toward the digital economy includes State of Illinois tax exemptions for the purchase of IT equipment. This means savings for any tenant deployment in Stream Data Centers Chicago location.Read Press Release