325 Hudson Street is a 10-story, 240,000 square foot building located in the heart of New York City's "Hudson Square" neighborhood, along the fiber-dense Hudson Street corridor. Originally constructed as a warehouse in 1965, the building was completely redeveloped into a modern carrier hotel in 2004. 325 Hudson is structurally solid, with a floor loading capacity of 200 pounds per square foot (all floors) and ceiling heights ranging from 11'9" to 12'9". The masonry fa´ade and roof are water-tight, with all-new insulated windows installed as part of the recent renovation. A 54'8" deep interior loading dock leads directly to an 8,000 lb. capacity service elevator, for the convenient use of tenants and customers.
A partnership comprised of Jamestown Properties, Amerimar Enterprises, and Hunter Newby acquired 325 Hudson in April 2012. From the start, their plan was to develop a premier carrier-neutral interconnection facility within the building. The new Meet Me Room at 325 Hudson, gets back to the "roots" of the MMR business model, with no monthly recurring charges (MRC's) for cross connects. With the building and the Meet Me Room under common ownership, 325 Hudson will provide a stable long-term neutral environment for global network operators to thrive in New York City.
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