LOUDOUN, Va., — October 13, 2022 — Yondr Group, a global leader, developer, owner operator and service provider of data centers, in partnership with JK Land Holdings, LLC (JKLH), announced it has broken ground on the first phase of its data center project in Loudoun, Northern Virginia.
The campus is Yondr’s first data center in the Americas and a significant milestone as the company continues to expand its presence in this region. The two-building campus will deliver 96MW of capacity, with room for future expansion.
“Northern Virginia is the nation’s data center corridor and a strategic metro where we see some of the largest cloud capacity demands,” said Eanna Murphy, COO, Global Design and Construction at Yondr Group. “This groundbreaking marks our first facility in the Americas and we are looking forward to serving our clients’ capacity needs in this region.”
“This project is located in one of the most sought-after data center locations in the world and we are looking forward to our continued work with Yondr as we get this project off the ground,” said Chuck Kuhn, CEO, JK Land Holdings, LLC, and Founder and CEO, JK Moving Services, the nation’s largest independently owned and operated moving company.
With projects currently under development in London, Frankfurt, Berlin, Indonesia, Malaysia and multiple cities in India, the campus in Northern Virginia strengthens Yondr’s commitment to delivering data centers across five continents by 2024.
About Yondr Group
Yondr Group is a global developer, owner operator and service provider of data centers. The company specialises in delivering and operating dedicated infrastructure that is engineered for scale. As an organisation, our mission ‘Global capacity responsible delivery’ ensures that we achieve our vision of a tomorrow without constraints. For more information, visit www.yondrgroup.com
About JK Land Holdings
JK Land Holdings, LLC seeks land acquisitions that can be sold, leased, developed—including for data centers, placed into conservation easement, or utilized by sister companies JK Moving Services and CapRelo. Over the past decade, JKLH has strategically redeployed more than 22,000 acres of its purchases into conservation easement, ensuring vulnerable vistas and habitats are preserved and protected for future generations. www.jklandholdings.net
Yondr Group acquires 270 acres in Northern Virginia to develop data centers, a key milestone in its Americas expansion plan