Skybox Datacenters Enters Dallas Market

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller

An illustration of the first phase of ther Skybox Legacy data center campus in the Legacy business park in Plano. (Image: Skybox Datacenters)

The booming Dallas data center market is about to welcome another new player. Skybox Datacenters, which operates a data center in Houston, has broken ground on a 21-acre campus in Plano, Texas, joining a growing number of new developments in the North Dallas market.

The first phase of the Skybox Legacy development will be a 150,000-square-foot, 20-megawatt data center slated for completion in October. The campus is located in Legacy, a 2,500 acre business park in Plano created by Ross Perot.

Designed by Corgan, Skybox Legacy One will be built to LEED Silver specifications and feature a six-inch concrete roof deck that can withstand winds of up to 190 mph. Power will be delivered from two separate dual-fed substations.

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