US data center provider DC Blox has filed for its planned campus in Conyers, Rockdale County.

The company originally announced the site near Atlanta, Georgia, in mid-December.

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At the time, DC Blox said that the facility would span 750,000 square feet (69,675 sqm) of space with 216MW of total power committed by Georgia Power.

Now, in its filing with the state’s Developments of Regional Impact program, first reported by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the company revealed that the total project size will be 1,016,828 square feet (94,466 sqm).

That larger figure includes equipment yards, parking, and the substation. The filing also confirms the address as 1726 Farmer Road NW.

A hyperscale client will be the anchor customer for the first phase of the project, with 160,000 sq ft (14,865 sqm) of space set to be available to additional tenants with expected delivery in Q4 2025.

The facility will be developed with DC Blox’s design and construction partners: Evans General Contractors, DLB Associates, Corgan, Thomas & Hutton, and Bennett & Pless.

DC Blox currently operates a small data center in the Brookhaven area of Atlanta. The 3,350 sq ft (311 sqm) site has two 1MW generators.

Late last year, the company broke ground on a new data center in the Douglasville area of Atlanta. Set on 55 acres, the two-story data center campus will feature twelve data halls, totaling 750,000 square feet (69,680 sqm) of gross space. The site will offer 180MW, and customers are expected to move in from Q3 2025.