Las Vegas

Data center real estate market in North America

12th

In supply of data center real estate, measured by commissioned power

15th

In demand for data center real estate, measured by TTM absorption

10th

In hyperscale owned facilities, measured by operational power

Real estate supply pipeline

Rank amongst North America markets

12th

Commissioned

Colocation power commissioned within the market, measured in MW, includes preleasing

20th

Available

Colocation power commissioned and available within the market, measured in MW

23rd

Under Construction

Speculative colocation power under construction within the market, measured in MW

17th

Planned

Speculative planned colocation power that hasn't yet broken ground, measured in MW

About Las Vegas

The Las Vegas data center market has become popular for many of the same reasons as markets like Phoenix or Denver. Las Vegas is located in close proximity to other primary West Coast markets, like Silicon Valley, but offers lower power costs, more available land, and fewer natural disaster risks. This makes Las Vegas attractive as a disaster recovery location for users with existing West Coast data centers, or for users wanting to establish a western presence, but don’t want to locate in Silicon Valley.

Much of Las Vegas’ data center growth has been caused by heavy development from Switch, the largest data center provider in the area. Switch operates nearly 130 MW across five data centers in Las Vegas, with two additional facilities under construction adding 45 MW of power. Other providers present in Las Vegas include EdgeConneX, Cyxtera, DataBank, and Flexential, who operates approximately 10 MW between three data centers.

Largest colocation providers

Measured by total commissioned power

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