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Stream Data Centers Signs New Anchor Tenant for Minneapolis-Area

Stream Data Centers Signs New Anchor Tenant for Minneapolis-Area

Anchor Tenant Will Occupy Private Data Center Suite III

MINNEAPOLIS, June 16, 2016 — Stream Data Centers (SDC), a national data center services provider, has signed a long-term lease with a new anchor tenant at its 75,675 square foot Private Data Center facility located in Chaska, Minnesota. The Private Data Center Suite includes a 10,000 square foot data hall as well as 4,000 square feet of dedicated office space.

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“Data Hall III will deliver 1 MW of critical load providing additional control and flexibility to our long-term customer,” said  Paul Moser , co-managing partner of Stream Data Centers. “This new lease demonstrates our team’s continued commitment to build and operate highly redundant, mission critical facilities for our customers.”

Private Data Center Suite I of SDC’s Minneapolis-area data center is fully leased. The company completed commissioning of Data Hall II in April 2016. Construction has commenced on Private Data Center Suite III with an expected completion in September.

Located in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area, the single-story, structurally enhanced data center facility has redundant utility power from two different substations and is designed to support 7.2 MW of IT load across three data halls. SDC’s customers in Chaska receive a 100 percent sales tax rebate on all technology purchases located in the building. For more information about the Chaska facility, visit

About Stream Data Centers
Stream Data Centers (SDC) develops and operates data center facilities for corporate users, including fully commissioned Private Data Centers and powered-shell Ready-to-Fit Data Centers. Since 1999, Stream Data Centers has provided space for enterprise data center users including Apple, AT&T, The Home Depot, Nokia and others. During that time, Stream has acquired and developed more than 1.5 million square feet of data center space in Texas, Minneapolis, California and Colorado, representing more than 150 megawatts of power. For more information, visit Stream Data Centers’ website at