NEW YORK—Sabey Data Center Properties, a privately owned multi-tenant data center owner and developer based in Seattle, Wash., has opened Intergate.Manhattan, a new high-rise data center at 375 Pearl Street in Lower Manhattan.
Totaling 1 million sq. ft. of space the data center stands 32 stories tall and includes brand new infrastructure and climate control and updated electrical systems, making it the most efficiently run data center in the city. Intergate.Manhattan provides computing cycles to support medical research by the New York Genome Center, the building’s first tenant. Ultimately, the building will accommodate 40 megawatts of data center capacity on 600,000 sq. ft. of data center floor space.
“Ensuring that institutions – whether they’re financial services firms or health care providers or life science pioneers like the New York Genome Center – can securely store, access and share data is key to our city’s tech future,” said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. “That’s why Intergate.Manhattan is such an important addition to New York City’s data infrastructure and to our economy.”