Colocation America Quinby Building
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Colocation America Quinby Building is located in the area Los Angeles, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 20-02-2013.
This data center is located within Quinby Building
650 S. Grand Ave.
90017 Los Angeles
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66,623 square footage State-Of-the-Art Building Converted in 1996. Three yr. history of approx. 98% occupancy, new chilled water coolers, chilledwater risers to all suites, back-up-diesel generator, 150% of max air conditioning capacity. 48-strands of fiber optic cable that are direct connected from Quinby Building to the 4th flr "Meet Me" room of the One Wilshire Bldg allowing any tenant in Quinby to access the same carriers that are in the 4th floor "Meet Me" room of the One Wilshire Bldg. This "Connectivity" offers direct connection to all telecommunications and ISP's in all geographic regions in the world! Building runs 24/7 365-days per year. Poured-in-place concrete with steel reinforcing. No parking on-site, but parking is available in many other surface parking lots and structures in the immediate area. land area 6,664 sq.ft.
Central business district of downtown Los Angeles, one parcel south of the One Wilshire Building. Direct connection to the downtown Los Angeles fiber optic network, and direct connection to The One Wilshire Building.
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