Another North Texas data center is on the way – this time in Garland.
NTT Data plans the 229,500 square foot technology building at 2008 Lookout Drive near the Bush Turnpike.
It’s part of a 42-acre campus that the international telecoms company plans to build in Garland.
The $110 million project is slated to begin construction next month and open in 2024, according to planning documents filed with the state.
Architect Page Southerland Page designed the project.
NTT Data currently has a data center in Plano on Plano Parkway off Custer Road. The company also has a large office in Plano’s Legacy Business Park.
NTT Data Garland’s data center is just the latest of several recently planned facilities of this type in North Texas.
Compass Datacenters is building a new project south of Dallas in Red Oak in Ellis County.
And Austin-based Digital Realty is planning two new data centers in Lewisville and Garland.
And Stream Data Centers is building a location in Wilmer.
Approximately 90% of the data center space being built in the Dallas-Fort Worth area is already taken.
North Texas data center demand has grown nearly tenfold in the first half of 2022, with business and consumer usage increasing.
The Dallas-Fort Worth region is one of the fastest growing data center markets in the country.
Only in Phoenix, Northern Virginia and the Pacific Northwest has more data center leases been rented out by tenants, according to a recent report by commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle.