- Under Construction
- 560,000 SF
- Highly Interconnected
- Sustainably Designed
- Located in Silicon Valley
Skybox Chicago I is situated on a ten-acre campus in the heart of Elk Grove Village, surrounded by some of the largest data centers in the Midwest. This 30 MW, 190,000 SF facility offers an enterprise-class secured data center with abundant power, market-leading design, and operating efficiency. The campus is served by dedicated redundant power feeds from the robust ComEd Itasca substation.
Skybox Chicago I is supported by dedicated dual 34.5 kVa services delivered by ComEd via the robust Itasca substation. These circuits will provide 30MW of total load dedicated solely to Skybox Chicago I. Access to renewable programs are made available via ComEd.
Multiple block designs available including:
The Skybox Chicago I campus perimeter is entirely secured by an eight foot anti-crash fence and is designed to accommodate your specific state-of-the-art security operations.
Adjacent to the region’s most established colocation and hyperscale data centers, our campus provides seamless interconnect and expansion capabilities. As one of the nation’s primary peering and interconnection hubs, the Chicago market features excellent proximity to cloud providers and exchanges as well as substantial network availability to major metros. The new site provides exceptional accessibility, located just twenty-two miles from downtown Chicago and nine miles from O’Hare International Airport.
Skybox Powered by Prologis is a new joint-venture focused on developing key assets in primary data center markets by delivering just-in-time capacity for hyperscale, colocation, and enterprise customers. With access to hundreds of assets in Elk Grove Village alone, Skybox Powered by Prologis presents users with unparalleled scale and a proven roadmap for future growth and opportunity.
Skybox Chicago I is available now, providing hyperscale and enterprise users unparalleled access to robust power and connectivity designed to accommodate your ideal mechanical and electrical configurations.