Stack Infrastructure has just announced the expansion of its Hillsboro data center portfolio with the groundbreaking of its new POR03 campus located at 4735 NE Starr Blvd in Hillsboro, Oregon.

The new 28-acre campus will include an initial 24MW data center building. Upon full build, the campus is expected to offer a total critical load capacity of 84MW, and will be supplied power by Portland General Electric through a new 34.5kV substation which is less than a quarter-mile from the campus.

“Hillsboro continues to be an enduring, popular destination for clients, with its access to plentiful power, low-cost carbon-free supply options like wind, solar and hydro, and excellent connectivity to the major West Coast availability zones and international markets. Cloud and content providers and enterprises want to be there, and therefore, we want to be there. It’s our mission to support these companies with flexibility and scale as they innovate and grow,” said Matt VanderZanden, Chief Strategy Officer of Stack Infrastructure.

The company leverages Oregon zero sales tax and offers property tax abatements through its Enterprise Zone Program for long-term tax savings on equipment costs and data center operations. Currently, Stack operates two other facilities in Hillsboro with a total of 28.8MW that includes 3MW of immediately available capacity, along with a neighboring build-to-suit campus with 12MW of potential capacity. At full build-out, the company’s capacity in the Hillsboro region will add up to 125MW.

Stack Infrastructure has gathered quite a number of expansion projects this year, one of such is the development of a new 32MW data center, having a space of 240,000 square foot, on its Silicon Valley campus located in San Jose.

In May, the company announced plans for expansion of its data center campus in Atlanta with the development of a new two-story, 12MW facility on a recently acquired 6-acre land parcel. Stack also plans to launch into Phoenix with the acquisition of a new 79 acre site in Avondale, Arizona.

As announced, the initial 24MW building is scheduled to be ready in Q3 2021, and will be immediately adjacent growth potential.