165 Halsey Street has announced continued tenant growth with new leasing commitments from new and existing customers in Q1 2016. The facility presently serves a total of more than 150 customers, including 19 Fortune 500 companies and a variety of small to mid-sized businesses across multiple distinct industries. Of 165 Halsey Street’s five Colocation Rooms, two are 100% occupied, with remaining data center availability in Colocation Rooms III, IV and V. 165 Halsey Street also offers more than 31,300 sq ft of built data center space and 61,500 sq ft of vacant space.

165 Halsey Street – Colocation Room Availability


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Colocation Room I



Colocation Room II



Colocation Room III



Colocation Room IV



Colocation Room V




“165 Halsey Street has had quite the evolution since the late 1990s,” says Joseph Simone, president at Tishman Real Estate Services for 165 Halsey Street. “In the late 90s, the building became one of the leading telecom carrier hotels with mostly telecom customers. In 2000, we created our first ‘Meet Me Room’ and have since expanded into a far more robust colo offering. This created the opportunity for enterprise users to take advantage of the networks in our building. We’re now at a point where we serve some of the largest players, including 19 Fortune 500 companies in a variety of industries; financial, health care, technology, content, medical, government, and more. We believe we’re attracting some of the biggest names in these industries because we’ve worked hard to create a world-class facility from both an infrastructure and a colocation operations perspective.”