Quantum Loophole, a company dedicated to building first-of-their-kind, sustainable and master-planned data center campuses, has announced it will be building the first of these developments in Frederick County.
The Austin, Texas-based company, in partnership with TPG Real Estate Partners, recently finalized the purchase of the Alcoa Eastalco Works property in Frederick County for $100 million. The approximately 2,100-acre property was the site of a former aluminum smelting plant that closed over a decade ago.
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