RICHARDSON - A 23-acre land deal for State Farm Insurance's new data center has closed after months of planning the details of the multimillion-dollar center with the city.
The new one-story, 129,180-sf data center — known as Project Black Flag — is planned to sit on a nearly 15-acre site at the 1402 E. Lookout Dr. at the northeast corner of Lookout Dr. and Plano Rd.
The data center will help keep data for State Farm's massive regional office campus at Plano Rd. and the President George Bush Turnpike, and is designed to accommodate 130 workers.
State Farm's new regional hub totals 2 million sf of office space spanning four towers.
At completion, State Farm plans to bring about 8,000 employees into the new Richardson campus.
tag: DFW office
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