“Given local supply constraints and rapidly growing enterprise colocation and hyperscale customer demand, Paris is an attractive connectivity hub poised for significant growth, and we are delighted to re-establish a strong foothold in this key global metro. We remain committed to further strengthening connections and connectivity for our customers and extending our global platform to deliver comprehensive solutions around the world.”
The parcel was acquired for approximately $6.9 million, expediting Digital Realty’s re-entry into Paris and marking the first step of continued investment in this growing, top-tier European data center metro.
“This is an important milestone in our continued global expansion as the pre-eminent data center solutions provider,” added Digital Realty Chief Financial Officer Andy Power. “Paris is a leading technology and interconnection hub for the European region, and a key market for our global footprint. This transaction sets a solid foundation for the next phase of our growth in Europe, advancing our mission of providing customers with the trusted foundation for today’s digital economy.”