Data Centers

As technology continues to evolve, so does the need for the specialized real estate that accommodates the infrastructure that operates those systems.

We know downtime is not an option.

Your systems are critical to the survival of your organization. You need a mission critical facility with a fail safe infrastructure to house them.

We partner with occupiers of data centers, telecommunications facilities, network operations centers and other mission-critical facilities to identify their best real estate options and cost savings. Speaking the languages of technology, finance and real estate, we consult with your internal stakeholders about their business needs, then create an occupier-centric, unbiased real estate strategy to meet each of them.

We work with the following mission critical facilities, including data centers, electronic fulfillment centers, infrastructure and information technology outsourcing, cloud computing, as-a-Service (aaS), semiconductors, telecommunications and more. Our best-in-class tools include:

  • Data Center Needs Analysis
  • Site Selection Filters
  • Utility Analysis
  • Tech Infrastructure Mapping

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Latest Insights

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News
February 11, 2020

Data Centers Continue to Evolve

Consolidation, the adoption of cloud services, edge computing and hybrid colocation are among the latest trends affecting the data center industry.
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News
January 31, 2020

Infrastructure You Can Depend On

Business and organization survival rely on these critical facilities. Managing Principal and Mission Critical Solutions service line head Jason Shepard comments.
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Whitepaper
May 26, 2020

Impacts of Economic Shocks on Major Metropolitan Markets

The rapid spread of COVID-19, and the public health measures taken to reduce its deadly impacts, have caused significant disruptions to global economic markets. Due to widespread business closures in America’s largest urban markets, and uncertainty over the duration and recovery of the pandemic, commercial real estate markets will face challenges in the coming years.
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Blog
May 26, 2020

This is What's Happening in Boston's Sublease Market

As a result of widespread layoffs, interrupted cash flow for businesses and the forced efficiency of work-from-home, many companies will conclude that they do not need the same amount of office space as they did before the pandemic began.