Prime, a developer and operator of hyperscale and wholesale data centers in America and Europe, has expanded into the Phoenix market with a five-building, 66.5-acre campus in Avondale.
Prime Phoenix will feature 210 megawatts of critical power and 1.3 million square feet of space. The project will culminate in a sustainable, high-density data center campus designed to support hyperscale services providers, large Internet brands, global technology companies and the Fortune 500 enterprises.
“Phoenix presents an incredible growth opportunity for Prime as a top-five, North American data center market with increasing demand from cloud and enterprise data center buyers,” said Chris Sumter, executive vice president of acquisitions at Prime. “With compelling state tax incentives, power costs 16 percent to 18 percent below national averages and low risk of natural disasters, Phoenix will sustain its position for years to come. This project will further Prime’s commitmen