CapitaLand-owned Ascendas India Trust plans 90 MW data center campus in Navi Mumbai

Rutuja Kedare Mar 16, 2023 0

Ascendas Property Fund Trustee Private Ltd., the Trustee-Manager of Ascendas India Trust (a-iTrust) will invest an estimated INR 12 billion ($162.4 million) to develop and operate phase one of a campus in Airoli, Navi Mumbai.

Capitaland Data Center, Airoli

Ascendas India Trust has announced that it intends to acquire a site from third-party vendors, with the acquisition expected to be completed by Q3 2021. The site will feature two buildings, with the first building covering an area of 325,000 SqFt and scheduled to be completed by Q2 2024.

The company plans to develop the 6.6-acre greenfield site in stages, eventually expanding it to 575,000 SqFt and 90 MW. Upon completion, the campus will have the capacity to accommodate 8,500 racks and achieve a Power Usage Effectiveness of 1.4.

Project Details

Name of the ProjectCapitaland Data Center, Airoli
Latest StatusPre-Construction
Latitude, longitude19.175784, 73.000006
LocationAiroli, Navi Mumbai
DescriptionPhase 1:
DC Building: Ground Floor + 5 Upper Floors
DG Stack: Ground Floor + 4 Upper Floors
Construction Cost (INR)INR 200 Crore
Construction Area (in SqFt)5,75,000 SqFt
Building use Data centre
Owner – Developer (Private)CapitaLand Limited
Construction start2023
Project completion (Estimated timeline)2024


CapitaLand-owned Ascendas India Trust

CapitaLand Trust owned Ascendas India Trust is the first Indian property trust in Asia. It’s principal objective is to own income-producing real estate used primarily as business space in India 

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