A former HP/DXC data center in Michigan has been sold and is set to be converted into a manufacturing facility.

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RE Journal reports US real estate firm L. Mason Capitani assisted manufacturing firm Engineering Design Services in its purchase of a 75,200-square-foot facility at 885 W Entrance Drive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

The Oakland County building, previously operated as an office and data center, will undergo a transformation during the next several months.

According to a 2022 CBRE sales brochure, the formerly DXC-owned building sits on a 6.88-acre site and was constructed in 1984. It features two dual power feed, four generators, and 2.16MW of total IT capacity.

Jason Capitani of L. Mason Capitani CORFAC International represented EDSI in the transaction. Terms of the deal were not shared.

EDSI is a manufacturer of components in robotic systems in painting, sealing, and material handling.

DXC Technology was founded in 2017 after HPE merged its enterprise services business with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).

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