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Data Center Land in Loudoun Is Now Regularly Selling for North of $1M per Acre

In Loudoun County, Va., prices of $1 million per acre for data center land have become a standard in recent months.

It was notable when, in 2014, a D.C. office building — PNC Place — first traded for more than $1,000 per square foot. So what can we say about $1 million an acre? In Loudoun County, in recent months, that’s become the standard — at least for land on data center alley. Investors that dropped in only a few years ago are cashing out in a big way. The latest parcel to trade at that threshold is a 39-acre tract in Sterling, on the west side of state Route 606 across from the auto auction.

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