Plans are under review tomorrow for a new data center campus at 2400 Ringwood Avenue and 1849 Fortune Drive in San Jose, Santa Clara County. The project will replace two existing structures with two data center buildings, a manufacturing structure, and a parking garage. Stack Infrastructure is the project applicant.
The plans will yield a combined 658,760 square feet of floor area, with 522,190 square feet for the Data Centers and 136,570 square feet for the manufacturing building. The data area will be split between a 220,010-square-foot structure and a 302,180-square-foot structure. Surface parking and a garage building will be included for 339 cars, and bicycle parking is not specified.
Corgan is the project architect. The facade treatment is familiar among data center vernacular, a not-so-creative contrast of curtain-wall glass with dark metal panels. A wood-look metal siding will add some visual flair, and X-braces will be visible through the windows. Signage in the renderings are being used for conceptual purposes.
SKS Partners are overseeing the project. WSP member kW Mission Critical Engineering, a firm specializing in the planning, engineering, and assessing data centers, is involved alongside Paradigm Structural Engineers and Kimley Horn.
Stack Infrastructure is an IT services and consulting firm founded in 2013 by IPI Data Center Partners investors. Stack has an international reach, building data centers across North America, Asia, and Europe.
The property is an eight-minute bus ride or 17-minute walk from the Milpitas BART Station. The plans will be reviewed during a planning commission meeting tomorrow, April 26th, starting around 6:30 PM. For more information about how to attend and participate, visit the meeting agenda here.