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Newark Case Study: Bringing New Life to The New Jersey Bell Headquarters Building at 540 Broad

Sep 8, 2017

NEWARK, NJ – A few weeks ago, we wrote an article about Prudential’s contribution to revitalizing Newark, with an emphasis on their stake in the new 540 Broad Street New Jersey Bell Headquarters Building. This week, we hear from Jon Cortell, Vice President – Real Estate Development, L&M Development Partners, Inc. about how and why […] more

NEWARK, NJ – A few weeks ago, we wrote an article about Prudential’s contribution to revitalizing Newark, with an emphasis on their stake in the new 540 Broad Street New Jersey Bell Headquarters Building. This week, we hear from Jon Cortell, Vice President – Real Estate Development, L&M Development Partners, Inc. about how and why […] more

Panel Analysis: The Latest in Data Center Mergers & Acquisitions

Sep 8, 2017

DENVER, CO – We are at a unique stage in the data center industry. A lot of consolidation is happening with big and bigger names entering into mergers and acquisitions seemingly every week, but a lot of new players are entering the market as well. Why is that? We recently gathered a panel of half […] more

DENVER, CO – We are at a unique stage in the data center industry. A lot of consolidation is happening with big and bigger names entering into mergers and acquisitions seemingly every week, but a lot of new players are entering the market as well. Why is that? We recently gathered a panel of half […] more

Checking out Secondary Cities in the Carolinas

Sep 8, 2017

ATLANTA, GA – Secondary cities are always interesting. They’re either moving in or moving out, and nowhere has that discussion been more interesting than in the Southeast, with places like the Carolinas data center market (North Carolina & South Carolina) and Tennessee making unexpected waves on the Edge. According to Jeff Hill, of Enterprise Data […] more

ATLANTA, GA – Secondary cities are always interesting. They’re either moving in or moving out, and nowhere has that discussion been more interesting than in the Southeast, with places like the Carolinas data center market (North Carolina & South Carolina) and Tennessee making unexpected waves on the Edge. According to Jeff Hill, of Enterprise Data […] more

The Edge: Not Just Tier 3 Cities Anymore

Sep 8, 2017

CHICAGO, IL – Lingo seems to change in the data center industry as quickly as technology. For example, what may be the Edge to you may be completely different to me. So we asked some industry insiders – what is the Edge to you? Because all we know is that it’s not just Tier 3 […] more

CHICAGO, IL – Lingo seems to change in the data center industry as quickly as technology. For example, what may be the Edge to you may be completely different to me. So we asked some industry insiders – what is the Edge to you? Because all we know is that it’s not just Tier 3 […] more

JLL’s Mike Dolan: “Atlanta Has Been Much Overlooked”

Sep 8, 2017

ATLANTA, GA – We at CapRate recently had the pleasure of hearing from Mike Dolan, Executive Vice President at JLL Data Centers in Atlanta, Georgia. He gave his thoughts on the overlooked greater Atlanta and Southeast region data center market. Specifically, he shed some light on the question that happens to be on everyone’s mind […] more

ATLANTA, GA – We at CapRate recently had the pleasure of hearing from Mike Dolan, Executive Vice President at JLL Data Centers in Atlanta, Georgia. He gave his thoughts on the overlooked greater Atlanta and Southeast region data center market. Specifically, he shed some light on the question that happens to be on everyone’s mind […] more

The Intersection of the Edge and the Cloud – How Far Will You Go?

Sep 7, 2017

CHICAGO, IL – We usually try to hone in on the driving forces behind so many of the distinct trends in the data center space. But sometimes it’s most interesting to connect the dots. For example, is the Cloud affecting how far firms are willing to go into the Edge? And which cloud application is […] more

CHICAGO, IL – We usually try to hone in on the driving forces behind so many of the distinct trends in the data center space. But sometimes it’s most interesting to connect the dots. For example, is the Cloud affecting how far firms are willing to go into the Edge? And which cloud application is […] more

Stories from the Frontline with Bob Kramlich, Vice President, T5 Data Centers

Sep 7, 2017

ATLANTA, GA – At our Atlanta and Southeast Data Center Summit earlier this month, we heard from featured panelist Bob Kramlich. Vice President – Atlanta, T5 Data Centers, Kramlich relayed strategies for reducing cost without increasing risk. Therefore, we asked him to share a success story and and maybe some data center war stories. He […] more

ATLANTA, GA – At our Atlanta and Southeast Data Center Summit earlier this month, we heard from featured panelist Bob Kramlich. Vice President – Atlanta, T5 Data Centers, Kramlich relayed strategies for reducing cost without increasing risk. Therefore, we asked him to share a success story and and maybe some data center war stories. He […] more

Q&A with JLL’s Allen Tucker on Disruptive Technology, Globalization, & Virginia’s Data Center Market

Sep 7, 2017

Ashburn, VA – Allen C. Tucker is a Managing Director of the Mid-Atlantic Data Center Solutions practice in JLL’s Tysons Corner, Virginia office. Mr. Tucker offers over 20 years of corporate real estate experience, exclusively focusing on enterprise representation and data centers in Virginia. He has been involved in some of the nation’s most sophisticated […] more

Ashburn, VA – Allen C. Tucker is a Managing Director of the Mid-Atlantic Data Center Solutions practice in JLL’s Tysons Corner, Virginia office. Mr. Tucker offers over 20 years of corporate real estate experience, exclusively focusing on enterprise representation and data centers in Virginia. He has been involved in some of the nation’s most sophisticated […] more

Creating Value with Creative Data Center Sustainability Solutions

Sep 6, 2017

DENVER, CO – It’s no secret that the biggest and most influential firms in the data center space like to work in sustainable ways. They want green buildings, efficient energy, small footprints – in other words, sustainable data center solutions. However, in an industry like ours, it’s not always so easy to move a deal […] more

DENVER, CO – It’s no secret that the biggest and most influential firms in the data center space like to work in sustainable ways. They want green buildings, efficient energy, small footprints – in other words, sustainable data center solutions. However, in an industry like ours, it’s not always so easy to move a deal […] more

End-User Analysis: The Role of Search Engines in Determining the Need for Data Center Capacity

Sep 6, 2017

DENVER, CO – The data center industry is opaque for anyone who hasn’t at least spent 10 minutes reading about it, and even then they’ll likely need to look up a few acronyms. So we’re curious, how do potential end-users get the information they need if they’re not sure what they’re looking for? Obviously the […] more

DENVER, CO – The data center industry is opaque for anyone who hasn’t at least spent 10 minutes reading about it, and even then they’ll likely need to look up a few acronyms. So we’re curious, how do potential end-users get the information they need if they’re not sure what they’re looking for? Obviously the […] more