Featured Midwest Secondary Data Center Review – Downtown Business Continuance Facility, St. Louis


Featured Midwest Secondary Data Center Review – Downtown Business Continuance Facility, St. Louis

Today’s featured facility is 210 North Tucker, St. Louis, Missouri. An ideal location for low cost data center services, wholesale data center space and backup datacenter colocation, this facility has many benefits for Midwest enterprises and growing companies.

This facility was originally built in 1970, but completely remodeled in 1999 to include all of the mandatory data center requirements, such as complex heating and cooling systems, power service redundancies, and heightened security protection. It houses over 200,000 square feet of space in a non-descript building which is centrally located within the city.

St. Louis is well served by an abundance of carriers, and this location is perfectly situated to work with virtually all of them. One of the most popular features of this facility is the extremely low power costs – just 4.5 cents per kilowatt hour. Because of the large size of this location, it can accommodate a huge assortment of layout configurations. Additional services are also available.

The facility offers flexible terms and affordable pricing, especially for a business continuance/disaster recovery center centrally located in a major US city.

Contact NEF to schedule a tour of this location or request a FiberLocator Map to view intelligence on all area facility options and networks available. NEF can also assist with a free evaluation of this facility, as well as other facilities in the St. Louis area, based on your datacenter needs. Start a free data center search now at FindADataCenter.com.