Nicknamed the "Queen City" after the German princess it was named after, Charlotte has been one of the fastest growing major cities in the United States for the past decade. A major financial service hub in the country, Charlotte has also seen incredible growth in education and healthcare industries. With a lower cost of living than most comparable cities, plenty of low-cost land and renewable energy, and infrastructure designed to support power-hungry textile factories, it's no wonder Charlotte has quickly become a suitable market for data centers.
The 29,000 square feet purpose built facility at 113 North Myers Street in North Carolina, the home of many major financial institutions, benefits from abundant fiber connectivity options to financial and government institutions, as well as being on the city's hospital power grid, the region’s top priority grid.
Digital Realty's data center at 113 North Myers Street is located in the First Ward of Charlotte's Central Business district.