A data center set to be vacated by Equinix in Santa Clara, California, is up for sale.

Colliers is listing 3030 Corvin Drive as up for sale or lease. A listing price wasn’t included.

The 40,490 sq ft (3,760 sqm) site offers 21,000 sq ft (1,950 sqm) of data floor space and 4.5MW of capacity, with another 1.3MW available to be added.

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Equinix due to leave 3030 Corvin Drive next year – Colliers

The single-story building comprises three raised floor data halls (10,000 sq ft, 8,000 sq ft, and 3,000 sq ft). The site includes three Cummins backup generators totaling 3MW and UPS systems totaling 2MW – all in an N+1 configuration.

Fiber providers to the property include Lumen, Zayo, AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, and SVP Fiber.

The property is currently being operated as a data center by Equinix. The company is set to vacate the property by September 2025, if not before.

Equinix announced in May 2021 that it was exiting eight leased facilities in the US, with 3030 Corvin named as one of the sites the company was leaving.

At the time, the colo firm said some of its leased properties “may not meet the future operational, expansion, or sustainability needs” of its customers or corporate standards, and customers were set to be migrated to other nearby facilities.

The company was originally set to leave the building – operated at SV17 – by April 2025. It was a legacy Terremark facility Equinix acquired from Verizon in 2016.

Equinix is to continue to operate data centers adjacent to 3030 Corvin at 2960, 2970, and 3000 Corvin Drive.

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