701 East Trade Content Hotel®
Charlotte, North Carolina
Superior Southeast Connectivity
Deep Edge Realty delivers modern, neutral edge data center facilities in the Carolinas’ and the southern United States’ most connected telecom location. Offering dedicated infrastructure, multiple diverse network points of entry and a rich group of fiber and IP service providers within the building, the Content Hotel is fortified with high security, stable and resilient interconnection capabilities designed for latency-sensitive, mission-critical end-user demands.
701 East Trade Specifications
Powered shell space is available with the following features:
- An array of unique long-haul fiber networks, including AT&T, Verizon, Lumen, Zayo, Windstream and Charter Communications
- Redundant energy provided via Duke Energy-operated grids
- A professionally engineered and managed interconnection network Meet-Me-Room (MMR)
701 East Trade Location
Deep Edge Realty Charlotte is centrally located at the fiber nexus of Charlotte and next to the Spectrum Center in the First Ward. Two blocks from AT&T’s central office and next to 125 N Myers, 701 East Trade is the best location for network-oriented colocation. The Content Hotel is just off I-277 and easily accessible from the Charlotte Douglas International Airport just eight miles away. Power is diverse and reliable through multiple Duke Energy substations feeding the building.
Local Attractions in the Area
Deep Edge Realty Charlotte is in the heart of the vibrant First Ward. This part of Uptown boasts the bustling 7th Street Public Market with its specialty food shops, and the Levine Museum of the New South, highlighting post-Civil War Southern history. The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center stages symphony, opera and theater, while outdoor concerts are hosted at First Ward Park. The city’s NBA basketball team plays at the Spectrum Center.
Secure Scale for the Southeast
Explore carrier-class reliability and performance in the fast-growing, highly connected southeastern U.S. Contact our team to determine the role Charlotte can play in your regional growth and service planning.