Data Center Sites
On IH35 in Georgetown
When a Fortune 30 company chose Georgetown as the perfect location for its 300,000 sq. ft. data center, the City responded by building infrastructure to exceed the data center’s needs and prepare for future data centers. Sites around the data center have been engineered and are ready to accommodate additional data centers and high-tech users. Available land in the area includes a 50+/- acre parcel adjacent to the data center that has been engineered.
Site: Located in south Georgetown just off of IH 35, Longhorn Junction is a 350 acre mixed use development. The developer has engineered the site adjacent to the existing data center.
Fiber Providers: Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner, Suddenlink, Broadwing
Electric Service: Georgetown’s city-owned electric utility provides 100% renewable and reliable powers as well as negotiated rates for eligible companies – prime factors when the Fortune 30 company built its $450 million data center here. Located in a dual service delivery area from City-owned Georgetown Utility Service and Oncor Systems with redundant power from separate substations and separate transmission feeds, the site has the capability to accommodate up to 135 MW.
Water Service: There are two 12″ City of Georgetown water lines that are available to serve this site. One water line is stubbed out at the NW Corner of the Lot; the other water line is to be stubbed out at the NE corner of the log.
Wastewater Service: There is an 18″ City of Georgetown wastewater line located at the NE corner of the tract.
The longhorn Junction property has a history of cattle grazing. Therefore, the property study linked below still reflects the condition of the property.