A data center outside Detroit in Michigan is up for sale.
Real estate firm Lee & Associates is listing 21420 Melrose in Southfield, Oakland County, as for sale.
The 15,956 sq ft (1,482 sqm) property, built in 1986, is available for $1.34 million.
“This building is extremely well maintained and ready for occupancy. [The] seller will decommission the data center and deliver in white box condition. No equipment is included in the sale,” the listing states.
However the sales brochure notes: “All infrastructure is negotiable.”
The data center was previously occupied by hosting provider ServOnDemand since at least 2008. It's unclear when the company vacated the site.
ServOnDemand’s website is no longer functioning. An archived version on the WaybackMachine shows the company offering managed, colocated, dedicated, and virtual server services from the privately owned data center it said was Tier III quality.
The last time the site was crawled was January 2020. At the time the company said the facility featured “dozens of lit fiber carriers,” including AT&T, XO, Level-3, US Signal, Verizon, Cavalier, Comcast, Paetec, Windstream, Cogent, Rocket Fiber, Light Tower, Crown Castle, and 123.NET.