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A new data center to open at Nokes Boulevard and Ridgetop Circle in Sterling

Pacland, a Bellevue, Wash.-based engineering, land use and landscape architecture consulting firm, recently filed a special exemption and rezoning application with the county to build a data center at the corner of Nokes Boulevard and Ridgetop Circle in Sterling.

The 254,000-square-foot facility is expected to sit on 14.3 acres of land and will be used as a facility for multiple businesses. Tenants of the building are currently unknown.


This means JOBS! There are is a data center right across the street?

Oh, no more tax breaks on the way for another big business.

Uh oh! Will Loudoun County proceed with their usual “swift action” which leads to companies throwing up their hands in frustration and going to Fairfax instead?

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