Microsoft Corp. is getting ready to build a new $400 million data center on 67 acres it owns in Loudoun County’s Arcola Business Park, according to public records and the county’s economic development agency.
Once built, the Redmond, Washington-based company’s new data center — known as IAD11, per county records — will span 500,000 square feet and create 80 jobs, according to Loudoun Economic Development Department documents and confirmed by executive director Buddy Rizer.
Its site plan was approved by the county for fast-track development in November 2020, which means that Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and its team move forward with construction as soon as the other necessary approvals come in, according to county documents.
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