Stream Data Centers has acquired a 418,000-square-foot facility on 157 acres of land in Goodyear, Arizona, where it will establish a data center campus for hyperscale and enterprise customers across the Greater Phoenix region.
Stream will redevelop and enhance an existing building, which at full build-out will support approximately 50 MW of critical load. The initial phase will be delivered in 1Q 2020 and deliver 4.5 MW of capacity.
The new campus will include a dedicated Arizona Public Service Electric Company (APS) on-site substation with ultimate power capacity of 350 MW.
At full build, the entire campus will support up to 2 million square feet of data center buildings and 200 MW of critical load.
- 418,200 SF facility on 23.5 acres
- 126.80 acres of divisible development land available for build-to-suit or custom data center development
- Arizona data center sales tax exemptions
- Excellent fiber connectivity with optimum network latency to other markets
- In close proximity to the Goodyear Airport and other popular Phoenix-area airports, destinations and amenities
- Less than 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix
- 27-minute drive (23 miles) to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
- Goodyear offers availability of large-scale developable land sites, as well as a pro-business, development-friendly local government.
- Goodyear is ranked by the U.S. Census Bureau as one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S.
- U.S. 24/7 Wall Street ranked Goodyear as one of America’s Top 10 Best Cities to Live
- Arizona Public Service Electric Company (APS) is the utility provider in Goodyear.
– Nearly half of APS’s energy mix is carbon free. Renewable resources include; solar, wind, biomass, biogas, and geothermal power.
– APS is experienced working with large data center users, and developments of on-site utility substations.
– APS has large-scale utility power available fed from multiple 230 kV lines.