Google to build new $1b data center in Kansas City
Transactions - MARCH 22, 2024

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Google to build new $1b data center in Kansas City

by Andrea Zander

Google has plans to open a new $1 billion data center in Kansas City, Mo., supporting up to 1,300 jobs.

The new data center, Google’s first in Missouri, will be located near the Hunt Midwest Business Center at 9555 NE 48th St. along Interstate 435. The company is partnering with Ranger Power and D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI) to provide 400 megawatts of new, carbon-free energy to support the data center’s operations.

In addition, Google has filed to construct a new data center building at its campus outside Dallas. The $100 million project is due to see a 170,600-square-foot, single-story data center and associated central utility buildings developed. Construction is scheduled from April 2024 to December 2025, reported Data Center Dynamics.

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