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111 Eight Avenue

111 8th Avenue
10011 New York
New York, USA
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111 Eight Avenue was opened in 1932 as an inland terminal and warehouse, and hence was constructed for heavy loads with 14.5 foot high ceilings and heavy freight elevators. Back then it was known as the Union Inland Terminal and the Port Authority Building. The building has 2.9 million square feet over 15 stories,

In 1997 it was acquired by Taconic Partners, who started promoting it as a carrier hotel for telecom and data center use, due to its very suitable building layout and ideal location with multiple fiber networks. Around 1/3 of its space was rented out to telecom related companies.

In 2010 Google acquired the property. Since it became known as The Google Building and Googles east coast head quarters. It remains a prime interconnection point and data center location, for the US east coast.

Taconic Partners - 111 Eight Avenue

This is a building listing, that covers multiple data centers. Click below listings for further details:
Data CenterOperated ByDetails
111 Eight Avenue (JFK10)Digital Realty
New York ConnectNew York Connect.Net, Ltd.
Lumen New York 1Lumen
Global Crossing New YorkLumen
XO New YorkXO Communications
Equinix NY9Equinix
Crown Castle New York (NY1)CROWN CASTLE
TeliaSonera NYKECTelia Company
DataBank LGA2 - Downtown New York CityDataBankSuite #311A
Colocation America NYDC2Colocation America16th Floor
Metanet HostingMetanet, Inc.
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