Banner Default Image

JLL Has Been Picked To Sell The 334,398 Sq Ft Docklands Data Centre In London

over 4 years ago by Lucy Cinder

JLL Has Been Picked To Sell The 334,398 Sq Ft Docklands Data Centre In London

Data Centre

Real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (NYSE: JLL) was selected to sell the 334,398 sq ft Docklands Technical Centre in London, which was originally constructed in 1989.

A spokesperson from JLL confirmed to Data Economy that the company has been selected to sell the data centre in London but cannot share whether it is in fact the Thomson Reuters Docklands Technical Centre.

The company revealed that the ATL1 facility has up to 8.1MW available with expansion capabilities for two additional phases of development on the campus.

It sits on a secluded 38 acres, the purpose-built 185,000 sq ft facility offers 34,000 sq ft of plug and play data centre space, and the site is scalable to a total of 30MW+.

This comes as the company welcomed its new CEO at the beginning of this month. Christian Hohenthal was appointed as CEO of JLL Finland to succeed Tapani Piri, who has stepped down.

Hohenthal relocated to Finland in 2008 and three years later became the Head of Capital Markets at JLL in Finland.

“JLL has a client-first offering and a strong market-leading position in Finland,” said Christian Hohenthal, CEO, JLL Finland.

“We continue to see steady demand from domestic and international investors who want access to capital and opportunities to diversify and enhance their real estate portfolios.

“I very much look forward to continuing working with my colleagues and to offer them an exciting working environment in order to further develop our service offer, as well as ensuring clients the best-in-class service they expect from us across their real estate needs both in Finland and abroad.”

source dataeconomy

Industry: Data Centre

Banner Default Image

Latest Jobs