Dallas-based Compass Datacenters has acquired more than 200 acres of land in Goodyear, a suburb of Phoenix.
The company is building a hyperscale campus that could offer up to 180MW of power capacity once complete.
Compass hasn't made a public announcement; the new project was originally discovered by Data Center Frontier.
Good year for Goodyear
Compass designs, builds and operates data centers to order, and is currently working on the first facility that will offer colocation under its own brand, called True North Data.
The company has developed a proprietary modular approach, deploying facilities in prefabricated 'building blocks' with broad customization options.
Compass has also created a range of products called EdgePoint, specifically for edge computing.
The company's latest project will see a new hyperscale campus built at 400 South Bullard Ave in Goodyear.
Compass says the site could potentially offer 180MW of power capacity, with 60MW available on day one.
The upcoming campus benefits from three diverse fiber paths and brand new power infrastructure, including a substation adjacent to the site.
Goodyear is an increasingly popular location for data centers: just a week ago, Vantage Data Centers announced that it purchased land for a 160MW colocation campus, just a few miles away from the Compass site.