Parts of a high-profile Plano business campus are being torn down

Written by MLHA Team

May 13, 2021

Work crews at one of North Texas’ largest data center campuses are knocking down parts of the complex.

But the owners of the Plano tech property aren’t saying what’s planned for the project.

The former NTT Data campus at Plano Parkway and Custer Road near Bush Turnpike includes more than 1 million square feet of buildings. NTT Data acquired the sprawling complex in 2016 when it bought the former Perot Systems IT services operation from Austin-based Dell.

In 2019, the campus was sold to California investor GI Partners. NTT Data leased back parts of the property on a long-term basis.

The campus includes the two data center facilities leased back to NTT Data, office space and an on-site power substation.

GI Partners in recent weeks has demolished parts of the Plano campus. But the San Francisco-based owner isn’t talking about what’s up with the work.

“Unfortunately, we cannot comment at this time,” a company representative said in an email.

Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the country’s top data center markets, with several projects on the way.

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