Data center service provider and subsidiary of American Tower Corporation, CoreSite, has just announced the expansion of its Silicon Valley and Denver data center campuses.

Located in 2915 Stender Way, Santa Clara, California, the Silicon Valley data center – codenamed SV9 – will provide an additional space of 240,000 square feet and 34MW of IT load capacity with a new power substation onsite. This facility also marks Coresite’s ninth data center in Santa Clara and brings the Silicon Valley data center campus to have 1.179 million total square feet of space.

“With expansions in both our Silicon Valley and Denver markets, CoreSite is delivering on our long-term strategy to meet the ever-increasing data center capacity demands and interconnection requirements of our valued customers,” said Juan Font, President and CEO of CoreSite and SVP of U.S. Tower.

“Our strong financial backing by Fortune 375 wireless infrastructure leader, American Tower, and private equity partner, Stonepeak, means we have the direct access to capital required to grow with our customers to anticipate and build solutions for their future needs.”

CoreSite also announced the development of a new data center in Colorado, which is an expansion of its Denver data center, DE1, located at 910 15th Street. On this project, Coresite has also completed the design and approval process which will add 3,420 square feet and 500KW of IT load capacity to DE1, bringing the total space in the company’s Denver campus to 37,420.

Construction of SV9 has commenced since its first announcement in 2022, following the building approval and so far, structural steel and concrete pours for the facility have been completed. As scheduled, SV9 is expected to be ready for service in 2024 with the delivery of its first phase in Q1 2024. CoreSite has also commenced pre-leasing of the DE1 expansion, which will be available to customers in the second half of 2023.