Maincubes, the Frankfurt-based data centre operator, has announced that it has signed a new finance facility of €1.035 billion. The new debt facility will reportedly further accelerate its sustainable growth strategy to become a leading European data centre operator.
Maincubes is currently in the process of planning and building new facilities, with an emphasis on scaling operations in Frankfurt further and establishing a presence in the rapidly growing market of Berlin. maincubes’ tenants include customers from the public sector, national and international enterprises, and service providers that place high value on a sustainable, fail-safe, and high-performance digital infrastructure.
Backed by DTCP and Art Invest, maincubes said that it will optimise its corporate and capital structure, accelerating the next phase of its well-defined growth strategy. In addition, the company has the continuous support from their investors to realise large-scale projects.
“The fact that we were able to secure additional debt capital in the current market environment for our further growth confirms that we made the right decision in bringing DTCP on board as a new investor mid of last year. With our investor base, we benefit from a unique consortium that combines digital infrastructure know-how and real estate experience,” said Oliver Menzel, CEO of maincubes.
“We are excited about maincubes’ next stage of growth backed by top international lenders and are delighted to obtain oversubscribed commitments for this valuable asset, marking an important milestone for maincubes,” said Waldemar Maurer, Partner DTCP.
The finance transaction was advised by Perella Weinberg Partners and Allen & Overy.