Landmark Dividend Acquires PayPal Data Center Campus in Phoenix for $122M


PayPal occupies more than 50 percent of the 184,000-square-foot data center campus in Phoenix. (Photo courtesy of Landmark Dividend)

PHOENIX — El Segundo, Calif.-based Landmark Dividend, an owner and developer of real property interests and digital infrastructures, has purchased a data center campus in Phoenix. According to local media outlets, PayPal sold the asset for $122 million.

Acquisition of the 184,000-square-foot, 16-megawatt (MW) enterprise data center campus adds to Landmark’s expansion into offering a move-in-ready data center platform. The purchase is the company’s 16th data center asset acquisition in the last 18 months.

The campus consists of three data center buildings, along with an office area designed to Tier IV standards. At the time of acquisition, tech-base financial services company PayPal occupied more than 50 percent of the campus on a long-term basis.

Constructed between 2010 and 2014, the campus has roof capacity loads of up to 1.4 million pounds. The facility is fortified with a storage warehouse designed for Tier IV compliance, and offers full redundancy across its entire infrastructure, providing access to more than 10 carrier networks on-site.

Landmark has retained JLL Phoenix’s Data Center Solutions team as leasing manager for the campus.

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