Originally built in 2006 for a leading insurance company, the data center was vacant when Stream Data Centers purchased it in 2010. After redeveloping the facility, we sold it to a global network solutions provider in 2017.
Stream chose Denver for the city’s strategic location and significant concentration of users in high-growth industry sectors such as technology, oil and gas, and healthcare. Additionally, Denver is a key market for disaster recovery data center space with a very low occurrence of natural disasters and access to a major airport. Denver’s climate also offers data center users the ability to utilize a significant amount of free cooling.