Data Center/Colocation Space
322 Fourth Ave.
Enterprise Data Center With Hotel-Carrier Interconnection Opportunities
Site Location: 322 Fourth Ave.
Municipality: 101 Pittsburgh-1st Ward
Zoning District: GT-Golden Triangle
Sub District: GT-A
Exterior: Brick and Concrete
Generator Support: Tie into the building 1.45MW generator for $3 per amp per month and / or install your own generator on our pre-engineered, interior and secured generator pads
Heat Rejection: Tie into the building heat rejection and / or install your own heat rejection on our heat rejection dunnage
Security: 24x7x365 key card access to building, to elevator and to floor, bio-metric and video monitored access.
Fire Protection: The building is protected by an electronic smoke system that is tied directly to the Fire department with available raised floors that can be supported by a dry pipe, pre action double interlock fire suppression system
Network: Best connected building in Pittsburgh. Multiple network carrier’s onsite
Dark Fiber: DQE has a robust network with diverse building entry points of both dark and Lit Fiber Network featuring 110,000-plus fiber miles that currently serves 600 regional customers.
Power: Local Electric Company (Duquesne Light) with diverse connections to 3 power substations currently delivers 2MW of load and is expandable to 3MW Power Distribution: Power distribution will be at 480 volts.
Electric Transformers: two transformers supported by an automated switch.
Generator: 1.45MW generator serviced by two 8,000 gallon fuel tanks.
Nearest Substation: Forbes and is located at Watson & Boyd is .5 miles away
Location: City Center
Floor Loading: 100-125 lbs per square foot
Parking: Surface Parking lot next door
Fees/Cross Connects: None
Elevators: Two state of the art elevators.
Floor Size: 4,500 s.f.
The Pittsburgh Technology Center is an Enterprise Data Center with Carrier-Hotel Level Interconnection Opportunities
The Pittsburgh Tech Center data center is a state-of-the-art, 70,000 SF facility designed to provide high availability, industry-leading energy efficiency and physical security. Further, the data center hosts several long-haul fiber nodes for such communications providers as CenturyLink, XO Communications [now Verizon], Comcast and DQE.
Conveniently located in downtown Pittsburgh, The Tech Center’s highly redundant data center is in close proximity to the Central Business District (CBD) and interstate highways for easy access by local and out-of-market data center personnel. In fact, 60% of the US population is estimated to live within 600 miles of the data center.
Centrally positioned between the Midwest and East Coast, the power grid serving Pittsburgh is not only one of the country's most reliable, but it's also one of the country's most affordable.
Unique aspects of the Pittsburgh data center include:
70,000 SF data center building
Private data center suites
24x7 secured access
Available office, staging, storage and conference room space
Scalable downtown Pittsburgh location
Data center located in a Qualified Opportunity Zone
The Pittsburgh Tech Center offers a 1.45MW generator. All systems are meticulously maintained by the Pittsburgh Tech Center’s on-site Pittsburgh team.
The Pittsburgh data center is a highly secure site to ensure regulatory compliance of its customer and government tenant base. The Pittsburgh data center features 24x7 security staffing, keycard access systems, and digital security cameras. The Pittsburgh Tech Center security personnel are hired to promote personnel continuity, enforce strict training policies and maintain the highest level of standards.
The data center offers the following security benefits:
Key card access controls
On-site digital cameras monitored 24x7
Very early smoke detection system (VESDA)
Pittsburgh Tech Center offers carrier-neutral colocation services, providing customers with access to a variety of different regional, national and international telecommunications carriers and fiber providers. Easily interconnect with your desired services provider via the Pittsburgh Tech Center Meet-Me Room (MMR).
With its carrier partners, Pittsburgh Tech Center serves a growing community of enterprises, content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud service providers seeking to improve their mission critical operations.
Highlights of Pittsburgh Tech Center network-neutral data center include:
Pittsburgh's carrier hotel
Long haul access to each of CenturyLink, XO Communications [now Verizon], and Zayo
Access to the region's top metro fiber and communications providers
Over 10 metro networks to choose from
Diverse fiber points of entry