QTS has refiled plans for a data center in the Irving area of Dallas, Texas.

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As reported by the Dallas Morning News and BisNow, QTS has filed with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation for a new data center project known as DC5.

The $180 million project, located at 6300 Longhorn Drive in Irving, Dallas County, will see a 264,000 sq ft (24,525sqm) data center constructed.

The project, set to start in April 2024 and run until September 2025, will include office space, storage, critical power support spaces, and a screened equipment yard.

QTS’s existing 55-acre Irving facility, at 6431 Longhorn Drive, offers 147MW of capacity. DC1&2 span 700,000 sq ft and offer 75.2MW of critical power, with DC3 spanning 415,900 sq ft and offering 43MW.

QTS had previously filed for DC5 back in 2022; at the time the company planned to build a 337,190 sq ft (31,325 sqm) building from October 2022 until December 2023.

The site is on undeveloped land located on the opposite side of the road from QTS’ existing Irving campus. The company is yet to comment on the development. Corgan is still listed as the design firm on the project.