The Port of Quincy signed a purchase and sale agreement with a data center at their meeting on May 26 for a property known as “Park 9.”

The purchase and sale agreement stated that the purchase price for ‘Park 9’ was $3.75 million.

For the last few months the Port of Quincy has been negotiating terms with EdgeConnex LLC for the sale of “Park 9,” an almost 60-acre property that was owned by the port and is located just north of Amway, located at 1333 Port Industrial Parkway. Amway manufactures and distributes nutrition, beauty, personal care and home products. Their website states that the Quincy Plant location is responsible for the extraction and concentration of nutrients for their Nutrilite Brand.

The Port advertised on their website that “Park 9” was “in the Quincy Urban Growth Area,” zoned industrial and very close to industrial infrastructure such as Grant County PUD high capacity electrical power lines, City of Quincy water and sewer, Cascade Natural Gas mainline and several high density fiber optics lines.

EdgeConnex was founded in 2009 and operates more than 40 data centers in 30+ markets across North America, Europe, South America, and soon, India.

“We serve hyperlocal to hyperscale markets that are essential to our customers, giving them an Edge wherever they need one,” their website states.

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