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BYTING INTO DENVER

BYTING INTO DENVER
ByteGrid hopes to take a bite out of Denver.
 
BYTING INTO DENVER
Maryland-based ByteGrid is in talks to buy an unidentified 200k SF-plus data center in the Denver metro area, CEO Ken Parent (center told a packed house during our Data Center Investment Conference & Expo (aka, DICE) event in DC yesterday. He's next to Sabey Data Centers' CEO John Sabey and Dupont Fabros' Scott Davis. “We go into secondary markets where we see a lot of underserved demand,” Ken says (they're like the knights of the round table riding into cities that need data centers), highlighting Denver as one of those preferred “second-tier” markets.
BYTING INTO DENVER
After the event, Ken told Denver is a market largely underserved by big wholesale data center providers. And given our local economy as of late, there’s plenty of demand for data space, he says. Watch the video to hear more.
BYTING INTO DENVER
Yesterday morning, we wrapped up DICE, where 500 joined us in DC for a two-day event. Above, Tishman Technologies’ Martin O’Neill, Integrated Design’s Gary Murphy, and Tishman Construction’s Harry McCall during our schmooze session. With 20% growth, Integrated will be hiring. Current projects: 1.2M SF Digital Realty data center in Ashburn, Va.; 10k SF data center for the Royal Bank of Scotland in Providence; a “big” data center for Bank of America in Richardson, Texas; and a 5k SF “high performance research computing center” at the UC-Santa Barbara). For more from DICE, read Real Estate Bisnow DC.