Interxion has unveiled significant expansion projects in two of continental Europe’s biggest markets.
In Amsterdam, the European data center provider will be building AMS10 alongside AMS8 on its Schiphol-Rijk campus. The buildout will add 14,400 square meters and 26MW to its footprint, with 2700 square meters in the first phase by Q3 of 2019 and 4100 square meters by Q1 of 2020. Those two phases will cost some €128 million.
Meanwhile, the company’s Science Park campus will be getting another 500 square meters and 1MW of power at the AMS9 facility. The project will cost €8M and should be done by the end of this year. And Interxion has also purchased an additional property on the Schiphol-Rijk campus for €19 million that could add another 6,000 square meters of space.
In Frankfurt, Interxion is building FRA14 on its existing campus. When complete, the expansion will add 4,600 square meters and 10MW to the company’s footprint, with just over half of that coming online in Q3 of 2019 and the rest a quarter later. The capex for the project will be €76M.
Interxion says that 25% of the capacity associated with these buildouts is already pre-sold. Additionally, the company is boosting its capex guidance for 2018 to €365-390M to include the new spending plans.
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