Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller.
Netrality Properties continues to build its national network of carrier hotels, acquiring two Internet gateway properties in St. Louis from Digital Realty. Netrality is buying 400,000 square foot 210 N. Tucker building, along with 900 Walnut. Netrality has also acquired a colocation facility located within 210 N. Tucker from 365 Data Centers.
The two buildings, often referred to as the Bandwidth Exchange buildings, are the leading network interconnection sites in St. Louis, serving as a gateway to long haul fiber in the region. 210 N. Tucker and 900 Walnut each offer customers access to more than 40 network operators, and provide hdata center operations with robust power and HVAC infrastructure. Each facility offers carrier-neutral, building-owned and managed meet-me rooms (MMRs).
Netrality plans to integrate the operations of the two buildings, along with the 365 Data Centers facility under common management. The colocation site at 210 N. Tucker features 8,663 square feet of colo space, according to seller 365 Data Centers.
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