Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller.

We continue our series of stories on the leading geographic markets for data center space. Data Center Frontier partnered with DatacenterHawk to provide in-depth market reports on each city we profile. Read on for research results on how the Greater New York data center market is gaining traction and becoming more stable.

New York and New Jersey are contiguous markets, and some data center customers consider the entire region in making decisions about where to deploy data center space for their IT infrastructure. But each state has unique characteristics in data center inventory, the price of electricity, and incentives and economic development.

As a result, this report will view the market in two sections, first exploring the market in New York City and its northern suburbs, and then examining the market in New Jersey.

To read the full article, please click here.