Tract breaks ground on 810MW data center park in Reno, Nevada

Tract, which develops data center parks, had broken ground on its Peru Shelf Technology Park project in Storey County. The site is designed to support hyperscale data center campuses, with Tract’s development plans including NV Energy switch stations, new access roads, and wet utility infrastructure.

Covering 686 acres within the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center, the Peru Shelf Technology Park is poised to accommodate up to 810MW of utility capacity upon completion. Additionally, Tract possesses 510 adjacent acres to the Peru Shelf project, presently in the planning phase. Initial power delivery to the Peru Shelf development is anticipated by late 2026 or early 2027.

“The commencement of construction at Peru Shelf launches the first of Tract’s projects in Northern Nevada and I am pleased to see the physical manifestation of our planning,” said Grant van Rooyen, CEO of Tract.

“We see long-term potential for the greater Reno data center cluster to support rapid deployment of cloud and AI data centers. Our investment in master-planned digital infrastructure will continue to scale significantly in the coming years.”

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