Weird data center locations: Lifeline's mall project

This fourth weird data center location is a project of Lifeline Data Centers, and is housed in a former Indianapolis mall.

 

#4: Lifeline's mall project

Lifeline's rendering of their mall project
(Image credit: Lifeline Data Centers)


Fur coats once lined the floor space that is now dedicated to this data center, located in the former Eastgate Consumer Mall in Indianapolis. Burlington Coat Factory was one of the last tenants to leave the mall in the mid-2000s, and the tenant's two-story building, vacant for several years, now houses data, courtesy of Indianapolis-based Lifeline Data Centers. According to the company, Lifeline is also building four new buildings to complement the existing mall structure.
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This was last published in April 2010

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