2001 Sixth Avenue (Westin Building)

The Westin Building is the telecommunications hub and internet gateway for the Pacific Northwest. This 34-story facility provides access to our premier carrier-neutral Meet-Me Rooms (MMRs), colocation services, and downtown office space. Originally built as a high-rise office building in 1981, the Westin Building has been significantly upgraded with a robust electrical and mechanical infrastructure. Today, the building consists of approximately 290,000 sq. ft. of colocation, data center, and technical space as well as 110,000 sq. ft. of office space.

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Available services in Seattle

Data Centers

Check out our full list of services including colocation, build to suit, and a focus on sustainability for a complete data center ecosystem strategy.

Connectivity

Interconnection is at the heart of our Digital Realty data centers enabling secure, fast, and reliable interconnect connectivity throughout our ecosystem.

Facility Specs

Building Structure
  • 34 stories
Utility Power Capacity
  • 16,500 kW
Total Building Size
  • 400,400 ft²
Flood Risk
  • Outside 500 year flood plain
Seismic Rating
  • Zone 4
UPS Power Capacity
  • 8,600 kW
UPS Redundancy
  • N+2
DC Power
  • Available
Generator Power Capacity
  • 8,600 kW
Cooling Plant Redundancy
  • N+1
Roof Construction
  • Membrane and Reinforced Concrete Decking
Max. Floor Loading
  • 150 ft²
Security Infrastructure
  • CCTV with 90 day backup
  • Biometric / Photo Badge Access
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