St. Louis - 210 N Tucker Data Center, Colocation, Interconnection

St. Louis, which has the 19th largest population of any metropolitan area in the country, is a critical location for network operations in the region. 210 N Tucker, a 400,000-square-foot building offers customers access to over 43+ network operators.

Colocation Data Center Specifications

Interconnectivity and Colocation

  • Premier core interconnection site in St. Louis
  • Carrier neutral, building owned and managed data center
  • No monthly recurring charges for cross connects
  • Network operators: 43+
  • Points of entry ("POE"): 2 diverse POEs
  • Risers: pre-built innerduct system from POEs to Meet Me Room
  • Colocation: cabinets and cages available

Building Infrastructure

  • Ceiling heights (slab to slab): 11'1"
  • Loading dock: secure multi-bay dock
  • Freight elevators: 10,000 lbs
  • Fire suppression: pre-action, dry-pipe
  • Cable management: overhead ladder rack
  • 24/7 network operations center ("NOC")
  • Critical facility monitoring system

Data Center Security & Compliance

  • Key card access throughout the entire facility
  • Video surveillance
  • 24/7 access to authorized customer personnel via access lists
  • MMR access: two factor authentication with biometric access


  • Utility feeds: 13.8 kV diverse feeds
  • Utility power: 20,000 kW
  • Backup generator power: 16,000 kW (N+1)
  • UPS system: 3,210 kW (N+1)

Data Center Cooling

  • Condenser water capacity: 2,000 tons
  • Chilled water capacity: 800 tons


  • Vendor touch-down space for clients
  • Tech lounge
  • Secure storage space available