Expands the premises located at Rudin's 32 Avenue of the Americas contains 1.2 million sq.ft. of space tenanted by technology-driven companies.
CRG West, a
managers of network-neutral data centers in the United States, on
Tuesday announced that it will open its first New York City
colocation facility at 32 Avenue of the Americas.
The company has signed a long-term lease for approx. 50,000sq.ft. of
space comprising the 7th floor of the building. The ultra high-tech
office tower at 32 Avenue of the Americas contains 1.2 million sq.ft.
of space tenanted by technology-driven companies. The building hold a
infrastructure that includes access to primary and emergency power
sources, redundant HVAC systems, fuel storage capacity, access to 50
networks and floor loads designed to support the needs of today's media
and communications companies and access to broadband wireless networks
"New York City is one of the premier interconnection points in the
world and we are pleased to bring power and peering directly to
Manhattan," said David Dunn, Senior Vice President of CRG West. "We
look forward to combining our high-powered space with the existing
interconnection opportunities currently present within the meet-me room
owned and operated by the Rudin Family and known as the Hub at 32
Avenue of the Americas."