A former Sungard data center is up for sale in New Jersey.

Via RI Marketplace, Real estate firm Marcus & Millichap is offering 1008 Virgil Avenue in Ridgefield as up for sale via auction. Bidding is set to begin March 25, with $750,000 listed as a starting bid.

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The now-stripped white space at 1008 Virgil Avenue – Marcus & Millichap

The vacant property in Bergen County is described as a 24,900 sq ft (2,315 sqm) two-story office building previously used as a data center. Sat on less than an acre, the two-story building was constructed in 1989.

“The property was formerly occupied by a data center and offers potential owner users/investors the ability to acquire a free-standing building with significant value-add through lease up at long-term market rates,” the listing reads. “The Property is zoned OLR, Office Low Rise District, which offers favorable flexible zoning allowing for a variety of office/professional uses via adaptive reuse or repositioning.”

Despite its previous use as a data center, the white space has been stripped as part the previous tenant’s exit.

“The [data center] equipment, which has since been removed, sat on built-up floors with cooling equipment underneath,” the sales brochure notes. The flooring was removed in these areas to take out the equipment and these areas currently have rough floors.”

The site was previously occupied by Sungard Availability Services. Sungard fell into bankruptcy in 2022 amid rising energy prices.

In North America, 365 acquired eight Sungard data centers, with 11:11 Systems taking over four.

Four more US data centers not acquired by either 365 or 11:11 were set to be wound down.

410 Commerce Blvd, in Carlstadt, New Jersey, is a former Sungard facility now listed on 365’s site (and owned by Digital Realty). 777 Central Blvd, another Sungard site also in Carlstadt, is now listed on 11:11’s site. 760 Washington Ave in Carlstadt was also previously a Sungard site, but isn’t listed on either company’s site.

Inflict lists Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) as a current or previous owner of the Ridgefield site.