Cyxtera Technologies, which voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy relief last month, currently operates around 60 data centers. However, all but two of these facilities are leased, not owned, by Cyxtera. This means that the vast majority of the company’s data centers are housed within buildings they do not control. Through the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process, Cyxtera has already sought to reject certain unprofitable data center leases. However, this process – which can also include the renegotiation or assumption of leases by a new owner – is expected to extend into the coming months, involving properties from many notable data center owners.

In total, 28 unique parent companies, including Digital Realty, Digital Core REIT, Mapletree, Menlo Equities, STACK Infrastructure / IPI Partners, Prime Data Centers, Serverfarm, CyrusOne, Iron Mountain, Lumen Technologies, and Compass Datacenters, lease data center space to Cyxtera as landlords.

Dgtl Infra reveals the intricate details of each Cyxtera data center lease, delving into the specifics like the campus name, market, and sizing information including uninterruptible power supply (UPS) capacity, raised floor space, and building interior square feet. With a focus on the geographical locale, we pinpoint the exact address, city, state/country of each data center, while also unraveling the identity of the landlord, their ultimate parent company, and the all-important lease expiration date, detailing the number of years until expiration.

Before we begin, it’s important to identify the two data centers owned by Cyxtera, as they are excluded from the analysis below. These are the facilities located at 9180 and 9110 Commerce Center Circle in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, and at 22995 Wilder Court in Sterling, Virginia.

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Below is a summary of Cyxtera’s landlords and the markets in which their respective data centers are located:

Cyxtera Data Center Landlords – Summary

#LandlordMarkets
1Digital RealtyNew Jersey, Chicago, Silicon Valley, Frankfurt, Singapore
2Digital Core REITSilicon Valley, Los Angeles, Frankfurt
3MapletreeNorthern Virginia, Silicon Valley, Phoenix, Atlanta, Denver, Boston, Toronto
4Menlo EquitiesDallas / Fort Worth, Silicon Valley
5STACK Infra / IPIChicago, Seattle, Hillsboro
6Prime Data CentersSilicon Valley
7ServerfarmMoses Lake (Washington)
8Iron MountainPhoenix
9Lumen TechnologiesAlbuquerque (New Mexico)
10Compass DatacentersMinneapolis (Minnesota)
11Sabey Data CentersSeattle
12Landmark DividendColumbus (Ohio)
13American Realty AdvisorsNorthern Virginia
14CBRE IMLos Angeles
15DWS (RREEF Property)Chicago
16601W CompaniesNew Jersey
17Hartz MountainNew Jersey
18Conroy DevelopmentBoston
19EastGroup PropertiesTampa (Florida)
20The Remington GroupToronto (Canada)
21Polaris RealtyVancouver (Canada)
22TidanMontréal (Canada)
23CyrusOneAmsterdam
24SEGROLondon (Slough)
25Keppel DC REITLondon (Docklands)
26TelstraLondon (Docklands)
27Frasers PropertyLondon (Reading)
28NTT CommunicationsTokyo

Digital Realty’s Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), a global data center real estate investment trust (REIT), counts Cyxtera as its 12th-largest customer, leasing space at 15 locations that are owned by Digital Realty. Cyxtera pays annualized contractual base rent of $63.1 million to Digital Realty, with a weighted average remaining lease term of 9.1 years. In total, Cyxtera represents 1.7% of Digital Realty’s total recurring revenue.

Cyxtera’s EWR2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its EWR2 data center campus, which is a part of the New York / New Jersey data center market. The campus is situated at 300 JFK Boulevard East in Weehawken, New Jersey, spanning the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors. This data center has UPS power capacity of 9.8 megawatts across total interior space of 370,000 square feet.

The landlord and building owner is Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Global Weehawken Acquisition Company, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on August 31, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.2 years.

Cyxtera’s EWR3 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its EWR3 data center campus, which is a part of the New York / New Jersey data center market. The campus is situated at two locations in Piscataway, New Jersey: 3 Corporate Place and 365 S. Randolphville Road, Suite 170. This data center has UPS power capacity of 11.7 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 217,916 square feet, the facility uses 98,132 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Digital Piscataway, LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these two properties are scheduled to expire as follows:

  • 3 Corporate Place: lease expiration on February 28, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.7 years
  • 365 S. Randolphville Road: lease expiration on December 31, 2027, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 4.5 years

Cyxtera’s ORD1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its ORD1 data center campus, which is a part of the Chicago data center market. The campus is situated at 350 East Cermak Road in Chicago, Illinois, spanning the 4th, 7th, and 8th floors. This data center has UPS power capacity of 6.1 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 183,419 square feet, the facility uses 85,729 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Digital Lakeside, LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these two properties are scheduled to expire as follows:

  • 350 East Cermak, 7th Floor: lease expiration on June 30, 2025, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 2.0 years
  • 350 East Cermak, 4th & 8th Floors: lease expiration on December 31, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 10.5 years

Cyxtera’s SIN2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its SIN2 data center campus, which is a part of the Singapore data center market. The campus is situated at 29A – International Business Park Road in Jurong East, Singapore. This data center has UPS power capacity of 6.6 megawatts.

At SIN2, Cyxtera has leased both a powered shell and turn-key flex data center. Out of the building’s total interior space of 58,340 square feet, the facility uses 27,286 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Digital Singapore Jurong East Pte Ltd. Cyxtera’s leases for these two data centers are scheduled to expire as follows:

  • Powered Shell: lease expiration on December 31, 2026, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 3.5 years
  • Turn-Key Flex: lease expiration on April 30, 2035, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.8 years

Notably, in November 2022, Cyxtera closed its other Singapore data center campus, known as SIN1, and transferred its customers to the larger SIN2 facility. The SIN1 facility, located at 9 Tai Seng Drive in Singapore, was leased from CapitaLand Group, which held this property on its balance sheet and managed it through the entity Perpetual (Asia) Ltd.

Cyxtera’s FRA1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its FRA1 data center campus, which is a part of the Frankfurt data center market. The campus is situated at Hanauer Landstrasse 296A in Frankfurt, Germany. This data center has UPS power capacity of 0.5 megawatts and comprises 4,532 square feet of raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Interxion Deutschland GmbH. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on May 31, 2024, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 0.9 years.

Cyxtera’s FRA2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its FRA2 data center campus, which is a part of the Frankfurt data center market. The campus is situated at Wilhelm-Fay-Strasse 24 in Frankfurt, Germany. This fully-fitted data center has UPS power capacity of 3.0 megawatts, of which Cyxtera currently utilizes 1.5 megawatts, and comprises 11,657 square feet of raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is a joint venture between Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) and Digital Core REIT (SGX: DCRU), operating under the entity Digital Greenfield B.V. More specifically, Digital Realty owns 75% of the property and Digital Core REIT holds the remaining 25% interest. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.0 years.

Digital Core REIT’s Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

Digital Core REIT (SGX: DCRU), a standalone real estate investment trust publicly traded on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), counts Cyxtera as its second-largest customer. Cyxtera pays Digital Core REIT approximately $16.3 million, or 22.4%, of its annualized rent.

In total, Cyxtera leases space at six data centers owned by Digital Core REIT, accounting for 26.6% of the company’s total portfolio value. These data centers include three shell & core facilities in Silicon Valley (Santa Clara), two shell & core facilities in Los Angeles (El Segundo and Burbank), and 1.5 megawatts of a fully-fitted facility in Frankfurt, Germany.

Digital Core REIT’s Exposure to Cyxtera – Summary
Digital Core REIT Exposure to Cyxtera Technologies Data Center Leases
Source: Digital Core REIT.

Significantly, Digital Core REIT and Digital Realty are somewhat intertwined, as Digital Realty maintains equity stakes at the property level in all data centers owned by Digital Core REIT. Furthermore, Digital Realty is the largest unitholder of Digital Core REIT.

Cyxtera’s SFO1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its SFO1 data center campus, which is a part of the Silicon Valley data center market. The campus is situated at 2401 and 2403 Walsh Avenue in Santa Clara, California. This data center campus comprises two powered shells and has UPS power capacity of 13.6 megawatts. Out of the two buildings’ total interior space of 271,872 square feet, they use 168,500 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is a joint venture between Digital Core REIT (SGX: DCRU) and Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entities Digital Walsh 1, LLC and Digital Walsh 2, LLC. More specifically, Digital Core REIT owns 90% of the property and Digital Realty holds the remaining 10% interest. Cyxtera’s leases for these two powered shells are scheduled to expire on February 28, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.7 years.

Cyxtera’s SFO4 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its SFO4 data center campus, which is a part of the Silicon Valley data center market. The campus is situated at 1500 Space Park Drive in Santa Clara, California. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 3.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 52,000 square feet, the facility uses 30,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is a joint venture between Digital Core REIT (SGX: DCRU) and Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Digital Space Park, LLC. More specifically, Digital Core REIT owns 90% of the property and Digital Realty holds the remaining 10% interest. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on August 31, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.2 years.

Additionally, Cyxtera’s SFO4 data center campus includes space in an adjacent 78,567-square-foot building located at 1550 Space Park Drive in Santa Clara, California. The landlord and building owner is Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity 1550 Space Park Partners, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on October 31, 2036, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 13.3 years.

Cyxtera’s LAX1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its LAX1 data center campus, which is a part of the Los Angeles data center market. The campus is situated at 200 North Nash Street in El Segundo, California. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 2.7 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 113,606 square feet, the facility uses 60,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is a joint venture between Digital Core REIT (SGX: DCRU) and Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Digital Nash, LLC. More specifically, Digital Core REIT owns 90% of the property and Digital Realty holds the remaining 10% interest. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on February 28, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.7 years.

Cyxtera’s LAX2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its LAX2 data center campus, which is a part of the Los Angeles data center market. The campus is situated at 3015 Winona Avenue in Burbank, California. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 1.66 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 90,000 square feet, the facility uses 15,357 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is a joint venture between Digital Core REIT (SGX: DCRU) and Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), operating under the entity Digital Winona, LLC. More specifically, Digital Core REIT owns 90% of the property and Digital Realty holds the remaining 10% interest. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on January 31, 2035, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.6 years.

Mapletree’s Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

Mapletree is a real estate development, investment, and property management company headquartered in Singapore. Cyxtera currently occupies space in 8 data centers located in the United States and Canada that are owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U). Of this total, 7 data centers are held under the Mapletree Rosewood Data Centre Trust, a 50%/50% joint venture with Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd.

As of March 31, 2023, Cyxtera contributed about 3.2% of Mapletree Industrial Trust’s monthly Gross Rental Income and was the third-largest tenant within its portfolio.

Significantly, Mapletree acquired the majority of its exposure to Cyxtera in January 2020 through the purchase of 10 powered shell data centers from Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) at a cost of $557 million.

Cyxtera’s IAD1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its IAD1 data center campus, which is a part of the Northern Virginia data center market. The campus is situated at three locations in Sterling, Virginia: 45845 and 45901 Nokes Boulevard, as well as 21110 Ridgetop Circle.

This data center campus comprises three powered shells and has UPS power capacity of 25.1 megawatts. Out of the three buildings’ total interior space of 355,513 square feet, they use 218,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The buildings are jointly owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, with each party holding a 50% stake through the entity Medina DC 2 Assets, LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these three powered shells are scheduled to expire as follows:

  • 45845 and 45901 Nokes Boulevard: both lease expirations on August 31, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 10.2 years
  • 21110 Ridgetop Circle: lease expiration on February 28, 2035, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.7 years

Cyxtera’s SFO3 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its SFO3 data center campus, which is a part of the Silicon Valley data center market. The campus is situated at 1400 Kifer Road in Sunnyvale, California. This data center has UPS power capacity of 6.2 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 100,573 square feet, the facility uses 49,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is solely Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U), operating under the entity Redwood DC Assets, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on September 30, 2026, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 3.2 years.

Cyxtera’s PHX2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its PHX2 data center campus, which is a part of the Phoenix data center market. The campus is situated at 2055 E Technology Circle in Tempe, Arizona. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 3.2 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 76,350 square feet, the facility uses 34,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The building is jointly owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, with each party holding a 50% stake through the entity Medina DC 1 Assets, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on March 31, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 10.7 years.

Cyxtera’s ATL1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its ATL1 data center campus, which is a part of the Atlanta data center market. The campus is situated at 375 Riverside Parkway in Lithia Springs, Georgia, spanning Suites 145 & 150 and Suites 125 & 135.

This data center campus comprises two powered shells and has UPS power capacity of 7.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 106,000 square feet, the facility uses 77,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The building is jointly owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, with each party holding a 50% stake through the entity Medina DC 1 Assets, LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these two powered shells are scheduled to expire as follows:

  • Suites 145 & 150: lease expiration on December 31, 2035, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 12.5 years
  • Suites 125 & 135: lease expiration on March 31, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 10.7 years

Cyxtera’s BOS1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its BOS1 data center campus, which is a part of the Boston data center market. Pod B of this campus, known as BOS1-B, is situated at 115 2nd Avenue in Waltham, Massachusetts. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 4.0 megawatts across total interior space of 71,000 square feet.

The building is jointly owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, with each party holding a 50% stake through the entity Medina DC 2 Assets, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on August 31, 2032, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.2 years.

Cyxtera’s DEN2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its DEN2 data center campus, which is a part of the Denver data center market. The campus is situated at 8534 Concord Center Drive in Englewood, Colorado. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 3.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 85,660 square feet, the facility uses 38,342 square feet as raised floor space.

The building is jointly owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, with each party holding a 50% stake through the entity Medina DC 1 Assets, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on August 31, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 10.2 years.

Cyxtera’s YYZ1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its YYZ1 data center campus, which is a part of the Toronto data center market. The campus is situated at 6800 Millcreek Drive in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 2.4 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 83,758 square feet, the facility uses 33,486 square feet as raised floor space.

The building is jointly owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (SGX: ME8U) and Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd, with each party holding a 50% stake through the entity Garrison DC Property Management Ltd. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on April 12, 2033, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.8 years.

Menlo Equities’ Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

Menlo Equities, a commercial real estate investment firm, owns three data centers in the United States where Cyxtera is a key tenant. Importantly, Menlo Equities gained its exposure to Cyxtera in September 2021 through the purchase of 10 data centers for $581 million. The seller and previous owner was a joint venture between Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) and PGIM Real Estate, the real estate investment management business of Prudential Financial.

Cyxtera DFW1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its DFW1 data center campus, which is a part of the Dallas / Fort Worth data center market. The campus is situated at 14901 FAA Boulevard in Fort Worth, Texas. This powered shell data center has UPS power capacity of 25.3 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 263,700 square feet, the facility uses 189,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Menlo Equities, operating under the entity FAA Technology Partners, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on February 2, 2039, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 15.6 years.

Cyxtera’s SFO2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its SFO2 data center campus, which is a part of the Silicon Valley data center market. The campus is situated at 4650 and 4700 Old Ironsides Drive in Santa Clara, California. This data center comprises two buildings and has UPS power capacity of 13.2 megawatts. Out of the two buildings’ total interior space of 214,552 square feet, they use 159,238 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Menlo Equities, operating under the entities 4650 Santa Clara Technology Partners, LLC and 4700 Santa Clara Technology Partners, LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these two properties are scheduled to expire on April 30, 2027, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 3.8 years.

STACK Infrastructure and IPI Partners’ Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

STACK Infrastructure is a hyperscale data center developer and operator that has meaningful exposure to Cyxtera’s data center leases. It is backed by IPI Partners, a digital infrastructure private equity firm. IPI Partners is a joint venture between ICONIQ Capital and Iron Point Partners.

Cyxtera’s ORD3 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its ORD3 data center campus, which is a part of the Chicago data center market. The campus is situated at 1441 Touhy Avenue in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. This data center has UPS power capacity of 3.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 133,000 square feet, the facility uses 27,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is STACK Infrastructure, operating under the entity SI CHI01 ABS, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on January 31, 2035, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.6 years. Notably, Cyxtera has sought to reject this lease from September 4, 2023, via the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.

READ MORE: Cyxtera to Reject Chicago Data Center Lease with STACK

Cyxtera’s SEA2 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera operates its SEA2 data center campus, which is a part of the Seattle data center market. The campus is situated at 6101 South 180th Street in Tukwila, Washington. This data center has UPS power capacity of 9.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 72,000 square feet, the facility uses 40,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is IPI Partners, operating under the entity DCCO Tukwila, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on August 31, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 11.2 years.

Cyxtera’s HIO1 Data Center Campus

Cyxtera discloses that it leases a facility, known as HIO1, situated at 8135 NE Evergreen Parkway in Hillsboro, Oregon. The landlord and building owner is STACK Infrastructure, operating under the entity Stack Infrastructure USA, LLC. STACK refers to this building as its Portland (POR02) data center, which offers direct connectivity to the Hillsboro Data Center Fiber Ring. Cyxtera’s lease at this property is scheduled to expire on April 6, 2026, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 2.8 years.

Prime Data Centers’ Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

Prime Data Centers, a wholesale data center developer and operator backed by Macquarie Capital (the investment division of the Macquarie Group), has significant exposure to Cyxtera’s data center leases.

Cyxtera’s SFO4-C Data Center

Cyxtera operates its SFO4-C data center, which is a part of the Silicon Valley data center market. The facility is situated at 1111 Comstock Street in Santa Clara, California. This data center has UPS power capacity of 9.0 megawatts across total interior space of 121,000 square feet.

The landlord and building owner is Prime Data Centers, operating under the entity 1111 Comstock Property, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on November 30, 2037, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 14.4 years.

Only recently, in June 2021, did Cyxtera sign a 15-year pre-lease for the SFO4-C data center, with the lease commencing on December 1, 2022.

Cyxtera’s SFO4-D Data Center

Cyxtera discloses that it has pre-leased its SFO4-D data center, which is a part of the Silicon Valley data center market. The campus is situated at 1231 Comstock Street in Santa Clara, California. This data center has UPS power capacity of 9.0 megawatts across total interior space of 119,000 square feet.

The landlord and building owner is Prime Data Centers, operating under the entity 1231 Comstock Property, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to commence on April 1, 2024, and expire on March 31, 2039, indicating a lease term of 15.0 years. However, according to Prime Data Centers’ website the “property is now available for pre-lease”.

READ MORE: Cyxtera to Reject Leases from Prime Data Centers

Serverfarm’s Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

In June 2021, Cyxtera fully vacated its MWH1 data center campus, which was a part of the Moses Lake data center market. The campus was situated at 4949 Randolph Road in Moses Lake, Washington, spanning the 1st and 3rd floors. This data center had UPS power capacity of 1.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 306,970 square feet, the facility used 37,700 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Serverfarm, operating under the entity RS Titan, LLC. Serverfarm is a wholesale data center operator controlled by Manulife Investment Management via its Manulife Infrastructure Fund II.

Cyxtera’s two leases for this property were both scheduled to expire on September 30, 2030, which would have left a remaining lease term of approximately 7.2 years. However, Cyxtera has already rejected these leases from June 4, 2023, via the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.

READ MORE: Cyxtera Rejects Leases with Serverfarm in Moses Lake

Additional Landlords with Exposure to Cyxtera Data Center Leases

The landlords listed below have less exposure to Cyxtera’s data center leases, typically maintaining only a single lease with the tenant at one facility. These data center operators include Iron Mountain, Lumen Technologies, Compass Datacenters, Sabey Data Centers, Landmark Dividend, American Realty Advisors, CBRE Investment Management, DWS (RREEF Property Trust), 601W Companies, Hartz Mountain Industries, Conroy Development, EastGroup Properties, The Remington Group, Polaris Realty, Tidan Hospitality & Real Estate Group, CyrusOne, SEGRO, Keppel DC REIT, Telstra, Frasers Property, and NTT Communications.

These additional landlords of Cyxtera have been organized by geographic region: United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

United States

Iron Mountain

Cyxtera operates its PHX1 data center campus, which is a part of the Phoenix data center market. The campus is situated at 615 North 48th Street in Phoenix, Arizona. This data center has UPS power capacity of 11.0 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 45,000 square feet, the facility uses 15,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), operating under the entity Iron Mountain Data Centers. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on April 30, 2024, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 0.8 years.

Lumen Technologies

Cyxtera operates its ABQ1 data center campus, which is a part of the Albuquerque data center market. The campus is situated at 400 Tijeras Avenue NW in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This data center has UPS power capacity of 4.0 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 421,290 square feet, the facility uses 30,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Lumen Technologies (NYSE: LUMN), operating under the entity CenturyLink Communications, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on December 31, 2029, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 6.5 years.

Compass Datacenters

Cyxtera operates its MSP1 data center campus, which is a part of the Minneapolis data center market. The campus is situated at 4450 Dean Lakes Boulevard in Shakopee, Minnesota. This data center has UPS power capacity of 2.4 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 50,000 square feet, the facility uses 28,900 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Compass Datacenters, operating under the entity Compass Datacenters MSP I, LLC. Compass Datacenters is a hyperscale data center developer and operator in the United States and Canada owned by Brookfield Infrastructure and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP).

Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on April 30, 2029, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 5.8 years.

Sabey Data Centers

Cyxtera operates its SEA1 data center campus, which is a part of the Seattle data center market. The campus is situated at two locations in Tukwila, Washington: 12301 Tukwila International Boulevard and 3355 South 120th Place, on the 1st and 2nd floors. This data center has UPS power capacity of 15.2 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 269,889 square feet, the facility uses 95,942 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Sabey Data Centers, operating under the entities International Gateway West LLC and Sabey DataCenter LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these two properties are scheduled to expire on April 30, 2034, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 10.8 years.

Landmark Dividend

Cyxtera operates its CMH1 data center campus, which is a part of the Columbus data center market. The campus is situated at 8180 Green Meadows Drive in Lewis Center, Ohio. This data center has UPS power capacity of 3.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 60,000 square feet, the facility uses 27,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Landmark Dividend, operating under the entity LD DI HoldCo, LLC. Landmark Dividend is a real estate investment firm owned by DigitalBridge Partners II (DBP II). Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on October 31, 2024, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 1.3 years.

American Realty Advisors

Cyxtera operates its IAD2 data center campus, which is a part of the Northern Virginia data center market. The campus is situated at 22810 and 22860 International Drive in Sterling, Virginia. These two single-story data centers have UPS power capacity of 11.2 megawatts. Out of the two buildings’ total interior space of 118,541 square feet, they use 68,500 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is American Realty Advisors, operating under the entity ACPF Nova Data Center, LLC. Cyxtera’s leases for these two properties are scheduled to expire on May 31, 2025, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 1.9 years. Only recently, on March 2, 2022, did American Realty Advisors acquire these two data centers for a price of $51 million.

CBRE Investment Management

Cyxtera operates its LAX3 data center campus, which is a part of the Los Angeles data center market. The campus is situated at 17836 Gillette Avenue in Irvine, California. This data center has UPS power capacity of 9.2 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 200,000 square feet, the facility uses 115,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is CBRE Investment Management, operating under the entity CPUS Irvine Crossing, LP. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2029, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 6.0 years.

DWS (RREEF Property Trust)

Cyxtera operates its ORD2 data center campus, which is a part of the Chicago data center market. The campus is situated at 2425 Busse Road in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. This data center has UPS power capacity of 11.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 163,747 square feet, the facility uses 148,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is DWS, through RREEF Property Trust, operating under the entity RREEF CPIF 2425 Busse Road, LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2032, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.0 years.

601W Companies

Cyxtera operates its EWR1 data center campus, which is a part of the New York / New Jersey data center market. The campus is situated at 210 Hudson Street in Jersey City, New Jersey, spanning the 1st, 7th, and 8th floors. This data center has UPS power capacity of 3.6 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 74,222 square feet, the facility uses 22,858 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is 601W Companies, operating under the entity SL Harborside Owner 2 & 3, LLC. 601W Companies is a Manhattan, New York-based real estate investment firm led by Mark Karasick and Michael Silberberg. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on May 31, 2025, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 1.9 years.

Hartz Mountain Industries

Cyxtera operates its EWR2 data center campus, which is a part of the New York / New Jersey data center market. The campus is situated at 1919 Park Avenue in Weehawken, New Jersey. This data center has UPS power capacity of 4.4 megawatts across total interior space of 62,259 square feet.

The landlord and building owner is Hartz Mountain Industries, operating under the entity 1919 Park Avenue Associates, LLC. Hartz Mountain Industries is a privately-held real estate investor primarily active in New Jersey and New York. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on January 31, 2031, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 7.6 years.

Conroy Development

Cyxtera operates its BOS1 data center campus, which is a part of the Boston data center market. Pod A of this campus, known as BOS1-A, is situated at 580 Winter Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. This data center has UPS power capacity of 2.4 megawatts across total interior space of 80,759 square feet.

The landlord and building owner is Conroy Development Corporation, operating under the entity TW Conroy 2 LLC. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on December 31, 2028, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 5.5 years.

EastGroup Properties

Cyxtera operates its TPA1 data center campus, which is a part of the Tampa data center market. The campus is situated at 9310 Florida Palm Drive in Tampa, Florida. This data center has UPS power capacity of 4.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 99,000 square feet, the facility uses 30,000 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is EastGroup Properties (NYSE: EGP), operating under the entity EastGroup Properties, LP. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on January 31, 2025, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 1.6 years.

Canada

The Remington Group

Cyxtera operates its YYZ2 data center campus, which is a part of the Toronto data center market. The campus is situated at 4175 14th Avenue in Markham, Ontario, Canada. This data center has UPS power capacity of 3.4 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 101,298 square feet, the facility uses 62,884 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is The Remington Group, operating under the entity Neamsby Investments Inc. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on July 31, 2029, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 6.1 years.

Polaris Realty

Cyxtera operates its YVR1 data center campus, which is a part of the Vancouver data center market. The campus is situated at 555 West Hastings Street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, spanning the 14th and 24th floors. This data center has UPS power capacity of 0.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 12,750 square feet, the facility uses 9,310 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Polaris Realty, operating under the entity Polaris Realty (Canada) Limited. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on May 31, 2028, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 4.9 years.

Tidan Hospitality & Real Estate Group

Cyxtera operates its YUL1 data center campus, which is a part of the Montréal data center market. The campus is situated at 3000 Boulevard René-Lévesque, Suite 200 in Montréal, Quebec, Canada. This data center has UPS power capacity of 0.2 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 8,448 square feet, the facility uses 6,255 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Tidan Hospitality & Real Estate Group, operating under the entity Tidan, Inc. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on February 28, 2026, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 2.7 years.

Europe

CyrusOne

Cyxtera operates its AMS1 data center campus, which is a part of the Amsterdam data center market. The campus is situated at Linieweg 1 in Halfweg, Netherlands. This data center has UPS power capacity of 3.0 megawatts across 28,933 square feet of raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is CyrusOne, operating under the entity CyrusOne AMS3, B.V. CyrusOne is a wholesale data center operator owned by KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP).

Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on August 31, 2035, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 12.2 years. Notably, Cyxtera has sought to reject this lease from September 6, 2023, via the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey.

READ MORE: Cyxtera to Reject Lease with CyrusOne in Amsterdam

SEGRO

Cyxtera operates its LHR1 data center campus, which is a part of the London (Slough) data center market. The campus is situated at 630 and 631 Ajax Avenue in Slough, United Kingdom. This data center has UPS power capacity of 13.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 239,992 square feet, the facility uses 149,683 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is SEGRO plc (LON: SGRO), operating under the entity Slough Trading Estate Limited. Cyxtera’s leases for these two properties are scheduled to expire as follows:

  • 630 Ajax Avenue: lease expiration on December 2, 2027, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 4.4 years
  • 631 Ajax Avenue: lease expiration on October 7, 2032, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 9.3 years

Keppel DC REIT

Cyxtera operates its LHR2 data center campus, which is a part of the London (Docklands) data center market. The campus is situated at 7 Greenwich View Place in London, United Kingdom. This data center has UPS power capacity of 2.0 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 49,342 square feet, the facility uses 23,670 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Keppel DC REIT (SGX: AJBU), operating under the entity Greenwich View Place Limited. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on February 9, 2027, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 3.6 years.

Telstra

Cyxtera operates its LHR2 data center campus, which is a part of the London (Docklands) data center market. The campus is situated at 6 Greenwich View Place in London, United Kingdom. This data center has UPS power capacity of 0.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 49,342 square feet, the facility uses 23,670 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Telstra, operating under the entity Telstra Limited. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2024, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 1 year.

Frasers Property

Cyxtera operates its LHR3 data center campus, which is a part of the London (Reading) data center market. The campus is situated at Block B Eskdale Road, Winnersh Triangle in Wokingham, United Kingdom. This data center has UPS power capacity of 12.8 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 308,407 square feet, the facility uses 37,157 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is Frasers Property, operating under the entity Winnersh Midco S.a r. l. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on March 14, 2037, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 13.7 years.

Asia Pacific

NTT Communications

Cyxtera operates its HND1 data center campus, which is a part of the Tokyo data center market. The campus is situated at NTT Hitotsubashi Building 7F, 1-2-1 Hitotsubashi in Chiyoda-ku, Japan. This data center has UPS power capacity of 0.5 megawatts. Out of the building’s total interior space of 10,645 square feet, the facility uses 10,473 square feet as raised floor space.

The landlord and building owner is NTT Communications, operating under the entity NTT Communications Corporation. Cyxtera’s lease for this property is scheduled to expire on January 31, 2025, which leaves a remaining lease term of approximately 1.6 years.

READ MORE: Cyxtera Seeks Bankruptcy Court’s Approval for New Sale Process

Mary Zhang covers Data Centers for Dgtl Infra, including Equinix (NASDAQ: EQIX), Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), CyrusOne, CoreSite Realty, QTS Realty, Switch Inc, Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), Cyxtera (NASDAQ: CYXT), and many more. Within Data Centers, Mary focuses on the sub-sectors of hyperscale, enterprise / colocation, cloud service providers, and edge computing. Mary has over 5 years of experience in research and writing for Data Centers.

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