Orangeburg, New York – 02/11/2015 – fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (“1547”), a leading developer and operator of custom-designed data centers, announced today that it has delivered the first phase of a turnkey data center facility for a major telecommunications and media company at 1547’s location at 1 Ramland Road in Orangeburg, New York. The 1 Ramland Road location was selected for the tenant’s latency-sensitive functions and applications due to its proximity to major fiber routes and for the power cost and incentive advantages over other sites in the tri-state region.
This first phase was designed, engineered, constructed, and commissioned in just four months and covers 1.5MW and 18,000 sq. ft. with an option for an additional phase adding 1.1MW and 20,000 sq. ft. Construction was managed by The Martin Group, LLC, with engineering and architecture services provided by Deerns America, Bala Consulting Engineers, and Ted Moudis Associates.
“This was a high-profile, intense build that required completion on a very tight timeframe,” said Andre Grebenstein, President, The Martin Group, “I am proud of our team of proven, data center-focused subcontractors and field supervisors who consistently meet demanding schedules for our customers.”
“We are thrilled to welcome this new long-term tenant to 1 Ramland,” said 1547 managing director and co-founder, Corey Welp. “We have spent the past two years developing the infrastructure and incentive packages to make 1 Ramland a market leader. This lease is a validation that major companies recognize the benefits of locating mission critical data center infrastructure with us in Orangeburg.”
1 Ramland Road is a two-building data center campus in Orangeburg, NY near the region’s major highways and located on a fiber junction. The campus has proximity to Manhattan and the large customer base of metro New York. The first building, a 232,000 square foot, 24MW data center, is designed for approximately 120,000 sq. ft. of white space and can support all levels of power density power requirements.
Located in the heart of a regional data center cluster that is also home to Bloomberg L.P.’s Orangeburg data center and the New York Stock Exchange data center in Mahwah, New Jersey, the property is synchronous with Manhattan and much of the tri-state area.
About fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty, LLC
fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty (1547) was formed by executives from a premier national data center construction firm and select executives from both the financial services and data center industries, to identify and develop unique, tenant-driven data center opportunities. The ownership team has over 25 years of combined experience owning, building and operating data centers. Through their extensive industry relationships, 1547 is able to focus on acquisition and development projects where data center users specifically drive demand and are most active. For more information, visit www.1547realty.com.