Denver’s STACK Infrastructure To Develop 100‑Acre, 220MW Data Center South of Dallas

Spanning 1.5 million square feet across six 36MW data centers, the "AI-ready" Lancaster campus has a planned delivery of mid-2026 and features committed power from ONCOR via a dedicated substation.

STACK infrastructure, a Colorado-based infrastructure and data center company, announced that it plans to develop a more-than 100-acre, 220MW campus in Lancaster in southern Dallas County.

STACK is a digital infrastructure partner of the some of world’s most innovative companies and a leading global developer and operator of data centers.

“It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome STACK Data Centers to the Lancaster community,” Lancaster Mayor Clyde Hairston said in a statement. “Their decision to invest here is a clear signal of our city’s dynamic and robust economic landscape.”

STACK said its planned campus is strategically engineered to accommodate both shell and turnkey deployments, providing scalability and dedicated power in response to the escalating demand for infrastructure supporting the growth of AI, cloud computing, and other emerging technologies.

The company said the  Lancaster campus is strategically situated within the major development cluster of southern Dallas County, a rapidly growing market favored by developers and providers alike.

Delivering in mid-2026 with a dedicated ONCOR substation

Spanning 1.5 million square feet across six 36MW data centers, the campus has a planned delivery of mid-2026 and features committed power from ONCOR via a dedicated substation.

Designed with a “future-proof” approach, STACK said the AI-ready campus offers adaptability and flexibility, including a range of cooling solutions, to seamlessly accommodate the ever-evolving technological landscape.

“We continue to observe a steady demand for powered, large-scale campuses, particularly in established or growing markets,” Ty Miller, chief commercial officer at STACK Americas, said in a statement. “This latest announcement reinforces our commitment to providing certainty and scalability for our clients, along with a favorable delivery target of mid-2026.”

STACK said its expansive portfolio consists of 6-plus GW of scale achieved through flexible campus-level configurations, massive powered land potential, and demonstrated AI-ready solutions.

The company said that among its numerous growth opportunities in key regions across the globe is a 48MW build-to-suit opportunity in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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