STACK Infrastructure expands Northern Virginia data centre campus

STACK Infrastructure, the digital infrastructure partner to the world’s most innovative companies and a leading global developer and operator of data centres, has expanded its flagship Prince William County data centre campus, continuing its local community-oriented scale growth in Northern Virginia. The acquisition, purchased from, and located adjacent to the property of Youth For Tomorrow, a nonprofit programme serving at-risk youth in the community, allows both Youth For Tomorrow and STACK to continue to serve their respective missions. By expanding its campus with this adjacent land purchase, STACK plans to leverage existing and already planned infrastructure to support its growth in the County.

In response to the growing demand for more capacity and in alignment with the rapid adoption of machine learning technologies, this AI-Ready development increases STACK’s Northern Virginia data centre portfolio to 1GW across six campuses, firmly establishing STACK as the most prominent private developer in the data centre capital of the world.

“On behalf of our Founder, Coach Joe Gibbs, along with our governing boards, Youth For Tomorrow is grateful for our partnership with STACK and the professional manner in which this transaction was completed,” said Dr. Gary L. Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Youth For Tomorrow. “We have been blessed by The Lord in so many ways since the campus opened almost 40 years ago. We look forward to having STACK as our neighbour, and this agreement assures those blessings will create a solid future at YFT as we continue our longstanding commitment to children and families in crisis. Thousands more homeless and traumatised youth and their families will enjoy renewed lives for many generations to come.”

This expansion in Prince William County serves as a testament to STACK’s unparallelled expertise in delivering scale and AI-Ready capabilities, built upon a proven and customisable design to drive hyperscale success in the most critical markets. The extension adds three new data centres, bringing the total to ten cutting-edge facilities across the campus. The entire campus features committed power from Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) leveraging the existing campus’ planned onsite substations.

“STACK’s construction of high-security facilities, alongside an organisation aiding at-risk youth, showcases our commitment to responsible development,” said Tim Hughes, Chief Development Officer, STACK Americas. “We prioritise conscientious data centre planning and execution, emphasising positive community impacts in our site selection process.”

This latest augmentation to STACK’s dynamic Northern Virginia data centre portfolio, totalling 1GW built or under development and 2GW of planned and potential development across Loudoun and Prince William Counties, solidifies STACK’s position as the largest private data centre developer in Prince William County.

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