Data Center Campus Heading to North Texas

DFW02 Campus in Lancaster
DFW02 Campus in Lancaster | Image by STACK Infrastructure

STACK Infrastructure is moving forward with plans to build a data center campus on over 100 acres in Lancaster.

The Denver-based data center company is expanding its footprint in North Texas with the new project. Already, STACK Infrastructure operates data centers in Plano and across the nation.

Once complete, the massive campus will cover 1.5 million square feet across six separate 36MW data centers.

“It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome STACK Data Centers to the Lancaster community. Their decision to invest here is a clear signal of our city’s dynamic and robust economic landscape,” Lancaster Mayor Clyde Hairston said in a statement, per a press release from STACK.

According to STACK, the new campus will be a unique addition to the region’s tech infrastructure. It will be designed to accommodate both shell and turnkey deployments, offering scalability and dedicated power to meet the growing demand for the hardware needed to power artificial intelligence and other fast-evolving technologies.

“We continue to observe a steady demand for powered, large-scale campuses, particularly in established or growing markets. This latest announcement reinforces our commitment to providing certainty and scalability for our clients, along with a favorable delivery target of mid-2026,” said Ty Miller, chief commercial officer for STACK Americas.

North Texas continues to attract tech companies looking to expand. As reported earlier this month by The Dallas Express, Kansas-based QTS Realty Trust plans to construct its fourth facility at its Irving data center campus later this year. The project is expected to cost $152 million and will eventually span 2 million square feet, making it one of the largest campuses in the region.

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