TYSON’S CORNER, Va. — The local office of Dallas-based Trammell Crow Co. will develop two buildings for Denver-based Qwest Communications at Dulles International Park in Sterling, Va. With a 10-year term, Qwest leased 153,600 sq. ft. of data center space for $25 million.
Construction on the new data centers will begin this summer, with delivery anticipated in the first quarter of next year. The developer was able to obtain a special exception to Loudon County, Va.’s, zoning restrictions for the new Qwest data centers.
In 1999, Trammell Crow developed two buildings totaling 108,701 sq. ft. for Qwest as part of the company’s roll-out of its Web-hosting products. With the additional properties, Qwest’s presence at Dulles International Park will total 262,301 sq. ft.
Tom Finan and Amy Seyfert of Trammell Crow represented the developer in the transaction. Tony Womack and Brad Cole of Grubb & Ellis represented Qwest.