STACK Infrastructure (STACK) has announced a new 72MW Leesburg campus in Loudoun County, one of the world’s largest data centre markets.
This addition solidifies STACK’s leadership position in the region, bringing its Northern Virginia portfolio to a total of 1.2GW built or under development capacity across Loudoun and Prince William Counties.
With an exceptional team adept at delivering AI-ready capacity and cutting-edge cooling solutions, this latest development further positions STACK to support the next evolution of rack densities in the world’s premier data centre market.
“STACK Infrastructure’s investment in Leesburg marks an exciting chapter in our mission to promote a thriving local economy,” said Kristen Umstattd, Supervisor, Leesburg District. “Data centres in Loudoun County drive tax revenue, and STACK’s investment will support our ability to continue investing in important community services. STACK is an excellent community partner, and I am excited for their decision to locate here.”
Situated on 32 acres in Leesburg, the campus features a 48MW building set to deliver 2Q 2025, and a 24MW building to follow soon after, all served by committed power from Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC). The site includes AI-ready capabilities built upon STACK’s proven, customisable design with diverse cooling solutions for high-density workloads.
Featuring an expansive portfolio of 2.5+GW built or under development, along with an additional 4.0+GW of planned and potential development across major data centre markets worldwide, STACK solidifies its position as a leading private data centre developer on a global scale.Click below to share this article