CyrusOne is planning to build a new data center in the Allen area of Dallas, Texas.
As reported by the Dallas Morning News and the Real Deal, the company this week filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation for a new data center project along Chelsea Boulevard in Collin County.
The DFW4 shell & uplift project will see the company invest $31.5 million in a new single-story data center with a two-story office component.
Construction on the 126,000 sq ft (11,700 sqm) facility is set to begin in January 2024 and run until the following September. JHET Architects is the design firm on the project.
CyrusOne first announced plans for a data center campus in Allen, at 2300 Chelsea Blvd, in 2017. The campus was originally set to span three buildings; the first facility will deliver 350,950 sq ft (32,600 sq m), and the following two will add another 619,100 sq ft (57,500 sqm) and 412,800 sq ft (38,300 sqm) respectively.
In August 2022 the company filed to expand Building 1 at the Allen campus, aiming to add an additional 80,620 sq ft (7,500 sqm) data hall.
CyrusOne operates two other campuses around the Dallas-Forth Worth area; DFW1 in Carrollton and DFW2 in Lewisville. The company also has two sites in Austin and three in San Antonio.