A data center due to be vacated by T-Mobile is up for sale in Orlando, Florida.
Romans Properties, via LoopNet, is listing 360 S Lake Destiny Rd in Orlando as available for lease or sale. No listing price is included.
The site is described as a built-out data center available from Q1 2024. The site includes data center equipment and infrastructure, and numerous fiber providers.
Set on 3.1 acres and built in 1997, the facility spans 26,245 sq ft (2,430 sqm). The site currently offers 1.25MW, scalable to 7.25MW by local utility Duke Energy.
The current tenant, T-Mobile, is anticipated to be fully out of the facility in Q1 2024.
“T-Mobile is in the process of vacating the data center due to the Sprint acquisition and duplication of facilities in the market,” the sales brochure notes. “T-Mobile has a similar data center immediately adjacent to this facility.”
Sprint had reportedly occupied the site for more than 20 years, last expanding the facility in 2013 but making a number of site improvements in the intervening years. The facility includes infrastructure and equipment including generators, UPS units, cooling, PDUs, and electrical gear.
The facility was previously up for sale last year as an NNN lease investment, with T-Mobile set to stay on as a tenant for six more years after recently renewing.
T-Mobile acquired Sprint for $26 billion in 2018, closing the deal in 2020.
Another T-Mobile-occupied data center in Maryland that was also taken over as part of the Sprint acquisition is also available for sale or lease, with the telco set to exit the site by the end of the year. Like the Orlando site, T-Mobile reportedly has another data center in the vicinity.
An already-vacated Sprint site in Iowa was up for sale earlier this year.
T-Mobile sold over 40 of its Switch sites to Cogent Communications in 2022 as part of the company's sale of its wireless business. Cogent aims to upgrade and repurpose these for retail colocation.