Data center firm Stack Infrastructure is expanding its campus in Virginia’s Prince William County.
The company this week announced it had acquired land from and adjacent to the Youth For Tomorrow non-profit in Bristow to expand its NVA02 campus.
IPI-owned Stack said the extension will allow for three new data centers, bringing the total to ten across the campus. The campus features committed power from Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC), leveraging the existing campus’ planned on-site substations.
“Stack’s construction of high-security facilities, alongside an organization aiding at-risk youth, showcases our commitment to responsible development,” said Tim Hughes, chief development officer, Stack Americas. “We prioritize conscientious data center planning and execution, emphasizing positive community impacts in our site selection process.”
Founded in 1986 as a boy’s home, Youth For Tomorrow is a Christian charity serving at-risk youth in the community. The organization acquired 134 acres of land in Bristow in the mid-1980s.
“On behalf of our founder, Coach Joe Gibbs, along with our governing boards, Youth For Tomorrow is grateful for our partnership with Stack and the professional manner in which this transaction was completed,” said Dr. Gary L. Jones, CEO, Youth For Tomorrow. “We have been blessed by The Lord in so many ways since the campus opened almost 40 years ago. We look forward to having Stack as our neighbor, and this agreement assures those blessings will create a solid future at YFT as we continue our longstanding commitment to children and families in crisis. Thousands more homeless and traumatized youth and their families will enjoy renewed lives for many generations to come.”
Stack’s existing facilities are located on adjacent land to the northeast of the property along Hornbaker Road. Stack’s press release image suggests three buildings east of the company’s existing buildings and north of Nokesville Road.
First announced in 2020, Stack has previously said the 200+-acre NVA02 campus will be home to at least seven data centers and provide 420MW across more than 2.3 million sq ft from two dedicated 300MW on-site substations.
The company operates three other sites in Virginia in Prince William and Loudon Counties.