San Antonio III – VII
Available
200 MWc and 1.5 million SF Campus
11203 W Military Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78253

At A Glance

  • 135-acre hyperscale campus
  • Supporting 200 MWc at full build
  • 1.5 million SF of data center space
  • Up to five (5) buildings, with the first scheduled for occupancy in 2Q 2025
  • On-site 334 MW CPS substation

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San Antonio III – VII

Stream’s third San Antonio campus is scheduled to support 1.5 million square feet of data center space with a $400M investment, supporting 200 MWc at full build.

This first facility on the new campus, San Antonio III, is currently under construction for 300,000 initial square feet of turnkey data center space and an on-site 334 MW CPS substation, scheduled for occupancy in 2Q 2025.

Strategically located on West Military Drive and Loop 1604, the new West San Antonio campus will leverage a nationally competitive energy market while prioritizing sustainability and taking advantage of the latest in infrastructure design, enabling reliability, security, scalability, and uptime. The new data center campus is located less than five miles from Stream’s nearby facility, San Antonio II, and as the third area data center, Stream is set to reaffirm its commitment to meeting the increasing demands of hyperscalers in Texas, and beyond.

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The Facility

Why San Antonio III

Key features of the new data center campus will include:

  • Up to five new buildings will support up to 200 MWc across 1.5 million data center square feet.
  • Three out of the new buildings, 120 MWc, remain available for new tenant deployments.
  • On-site dual-fed breaker and a half CPS substation, with 2N configuration to each building.
  • Strategic location, positioned within a nationally competitive energy market.
  • Zero water use cooling systems (WUE=0.)
  • Data halls designed to accommodate both air and/or liquid-cooled IT.
  • Supports advanced digital infrastructure by incorporating the latest technologies for enhanced reliability.
  • Secure campus configuration allows for individual to secured perimeters per building, or for the combination of lots.
  • Robust network connectivity.

“Stream Data Centers is delighted to have worked closely with CPS Energy to bring this fast, scalable property to the market, and building on the CPS and Stream partnership by adding another 4-5 buildings to the 2 buildings that have already been delivered in the area. At Stream we are very conscious about sustainability, this site has allowed us to incorporate the natural features of the landscape into the site plan and retain existing trees and floodplain for screening purposes. We are delighted to have worked closely with the City of San Antonio and Bexar County during this development and to be adding another project that will contribute to the economic growth of San Antonio.” – Oisin O Murchu, Vice President of Development, Stream Data Centers

The Market

Why San Antonio

We invest in your success through speculative development in markets where we see future demand and in locations where TCO can be optimized, risk is low, network connectivity is robust, and sustainability is easily achievable. San Antonio certainly fits the bill.

Relatively low-cost power keeps TCO low
Electricity prices in San Antonio are among the lowest in the U.S. Power is provided by the nation’s largest municipal utility, CPS Energy.

Renewable energy options ­and incentives abound
There are more financial incentives and regulatory policies promoting renewable energy in Texas than any other state except California and Minnesota. By far the largest single renewable energy source in the state is wind. About 28% of all the U.S. wind-powered electricity was produced in Texas.

Natural disaster risk is relatively low
Compared to other cities in Texas and across the U.S., when it comes to natural disasters, San Antonio is relatively low risk.