US colocation firm DataBank has acquired a data center it was previously leasing in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The company this week announced that it completed the acquisition of 7185 Pollock Drive. The company operates the facility as its LAS1 data center.

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DataBank's LAS1 facility – DataBank

The data center was previously owned by the Thomas & Mack Development Group. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"DataBank's investment in this property aligns with our strategy of owning the largest Edge data center footprint in the US," said DataBank CEO, Raul K. Martynek. "By completing this purchase, DataBank is responding to Las Vegas' need for colocation, connectivity, and cloud services, while solidifying our status as a prime location for mission-critical workloads serving the Las Vegas area."

LAS1 offers 3.6MW across 36,800 sq ft (3,420 sqm). DataBank last expanded the facility in March 2022.

zColo took over the facility in 2012 when it purchased MarquisNet's data center business. DataBank acquired zColo from Zayo in 2020.

February saw DataBank raise $456 million in financing, partly to fund the company’s expansion plans.