Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom

Lincoln Rackhouse, the data center division of Lincoln Property Company with over 2.5 million square feet of mission critical space under management, recently announced that it has formed an operating partnership with Digital Fortress. Digital Fortress, a premier enterprise-level colocation provider, is adding its third location in the Seattle area, leasing the entirety of Rackhouse Seattle, located in Lynnwood, WA. This lease comes just three months after Lincoln Rackhouse and Principal Real Estate Investors purchased the site in May of 2019.

“We’re thrilled the Rackhouse Seattle Data Center facility is playing a vital role in Digital Fortress’ northward expansion,” comments Ryan Crabtree, Vice President of Lincoln Rackhouse. “As the mission critical real estate owner, we are dedicated to supporting the growth of Digital Fortress by providing thoroughly tested, reliable and flexible colocation facilities.”

Rackhouse Seattle delivers Tier III design amenities to Digital Fortress customers, including over 47,000 square feet of server-ready space, 5.4 MW of green-hydro power, N+1 mission-critical deployment, a diversity of carriers and more. Plus, the facility offers carrier-neutral and redundant feeds to all of Digital Fortress’ data centers and the local peering exchange. 

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