Google has filed to construct a new data center building at its campus outside Dallas, Texas.

A filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation from Sharka LLC shows plans for ‘Sharka Data Center - Building 4’ at 3441 Railport Parkway in Midlothian, Ellis County.

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Google's Midlothian campus – Google Maps

The $100 million project is due to see a 170,600 sq ft single-story data center and associated central utility buildings developed. Construction is set to run from April 2024 to December 2025.

While Google’s name isn’t included in the filing, the project address is at Google’s existing campus at the RailPort Business Park in Midlothian, which the search giant developed under the Sharka name.

Google first built a data center in the Midlothian area of DFW in 2019 through its Alamo Mission LLC shell company under the project name Sharka. After originally buying 375 acres, the company later acquired another 165-acre tract for further development.

Google launched a Texas cloud region in Dallas in June 2022.

Google is also developing a second Texas campus in the Red Oak area of Dallas.

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