Data Center Grand Opening Wrap Up: Orangeburg, New York

Written by Joe Kozlowicz on Thursday, May 7th 2015

Green House Data executives at the grand opening of the New York data centerGreen House Data executives and employees joined the team at 1547 Critical Systems Realty to celebrate the grand opening of a new data center facility in Orangeburg, New York on May 5th, 2015. Green House Data will operate 20,000 square feet in the facility with room to expand, including disaster recovery office space for customers.

The grand opening was well attended, with industry figureheads as well as local government officials. The building was open for tours after the ribbon cutting ceremony, and Green House Data also toured our suite, which has a rack installed and is powered up and ready for tenants.

1547 executives gave opening remarks, followed by Andrew Steward, Supervisor at the Town of Orangetown; Edwin J. Day, County Executive for the County of Rockland; Al Samuels, the President & CEO of the Rockland Business Association; and Andre Grebenstein, President of the Martin Group, who performed construction on the site (and also on Green House Data's Cheyenne headquarters).

After the ribbon cutting, visitors had the opportunity to demo some Tesla electric cars (which our CEO Shawn was especially excited to see) and mingle over a cocktail hour.

About the Orangeburg, New York Data Center

Green House Data's New York data center facility opened with 20,000 square feet of available space. The overview is below, but you can see more details on the Orangeburg, NY Data Center page.

Grand Opening Photos

Grand Opening of the Orangeburg, NY data center

Door sign inside newest data center

a server rack within the newest data center

customer quote on the wall in the new data center
valet parking outside the grand opening event