New York Cloud Data Center

This downstate facility in Orangeburg, New York is built to the standards of a Tier III data center space and serves as one of the East Coast nodes for the gBlock Cloud platform . Located just 19 miles from Midtown Manhattan, the Orangeburg Data Center provides low latency to major financial markets and other businesses in the New York metro area.

Orangeburg, New York Data Center Services

Backed by 24/7 live support free of charge, this 20,000 square feet of white space is fully redundant, carrier neutral, and covered by local incentive packages including an 8.4% sales tax abatement. This facility provides secure, reliable colocationcloud hosting, and managed IT services in a highly redundant, state-of-the-art environment.

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New York Data Center

Facility Overview

Green House Data's New York data center is an ideal location for enterprises in the tri-state region, with robust resiliency, round-the-clock service, security, and customization options.

Location and Power

The Orangeburg, NY data center sits on a separate power grid than the city, offering an attractive failover or disaster recovery site. 

Data Center New YorkPowered reliably, this facility did not lose power even during Hurricane Sandy. Power pricing is also low, with the lowest utility rate in the tri-state region at $0.10/kWh.

The building supports up to 24 MW of power in an N+2 scheme provided via two 13.2 kv utility circuits fed by separate substations.

16 generators and 8 chillers keep equipment online and cooled efficiently.


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Network Information

Low Latency to New York CityOrangeburg, New York is connected to all major fiber providers in the area, with direct access to primary carrier hotels in New York City. As a carrier neutral data center, customers have their choice of provider and can enjoy greater control over bandwidth.

Current ISPs include Zayo, Lightower, Verizon, Cogent, and Lightpath. These carriers have dark and lit fiber back to major carrier hotels in the region.


1-100 Gbps connections keep latency low, to locations like the New York Stock Exchange and 60 Hudson or 111 Eighth Avenue.


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Data Center Security

Dedication to the security of your data remains steadfast in New York, with facility access controls, constant monitoring, and proactive environmental systems.

Flood Maps

The shaded areas represent a 1% chance of annual flooding. Orangeburg is safer than 60 Hudson Street and much of Manhattan, situated miles away from flood zones.

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Simple Disaster Recovery

With Green House Data's nationwide cloud network, failover to geographically diverse locations is straightforward and practical to set up.

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Location Tax Rate Amount per $1 million
New York City 8.875% $88,750
Bergen County, NJ 7% $70,000
Orangeburg, NY 8.375% exempt $0

Energy and Tax Savings

This Orangeburg data center is an attractive site for more than just location. Energy efficient design and local tax incentives make it a cost effective facility for your infrastructure.

Sales tax abatement

If you're purchasing equipment, the tax exemption in Orangeburg can lead to thousands in savings. Customers can save 8.375% in sales tax when they purchase colocation equipment in Orangeburg. On a $1 million investment, that's $83,750.


Orangeburg has much lower energy prices than the New York average, and passive cooling for 75% of the year, coupled with energy-efficient data center design, leads to cost savings for colocation customers.

orangeburg, ny energy cost comparisonRockland County averages 10.5 cents/kWh for commercial energy, compared to 13.25 c/kWh in New York City and 12.12 c/kWh in New Jersey.

With the average data center running at 1.7 PUE, Orangeburg data center customers can save up to 50% in energy costs vs. the average data center in New York City.

We are able to achieve a low PUE of 1.3 thanks to passive cooling, hot aisle containment, Energy Star equipment, monitoring, and more.

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New York Data Center Address

1 Ramland Road, Suite 2
Orangeburg, NY 10962


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