Long-time joint venture partners Amerimar Enterprises, Inc. and Hunter Newby announce the launch of Netrality Properties with an aggressive plan to acquire additional properties in Tier 1 and Tier 2 markets to add to their carrier hotel portfolio. Netrality owns and operates strategic carrier hotels in North America that are core network interconnection facilities characterized by the presence of significant fiber connectivity, a carrier-neutral meet me room (MMR) coupled with colocation space, and no monthly recurring costs for cross connections between networks with a presence in the MMR. Netrality currently owns and operates 1,900,000 square feet across four properties in the continental US.
After meeting in 1999 and discussing the importance of core network connectivity within select properties, Netrality CEO Jerry Marshall and Hunter Newby, Joint Venture Partner, remained in touch over the years waiting for the right opportunity to merge their skill sets of real estate development and network operations. This opportunity came in the spring of 2012 with 325 Hudson. Since then, the partnership has acquired three additional properties: 401 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, and 717 South Wells in Chicago.
Netrality Properties offers: colocation cabinets, cages, and suites, as well interconnection and remote hands services. Netrality also offers wholesale data center and powered shell in select locations. Netrality’s mission is to provide a stable, long-term network neutral environment for its customers to operate and grow their network businesses. Netrality Properties offers customers a direct relationship with building ownership and the flexibility to offer the longest-term agreements available in the market, which is critical for core network nodes.
For more information on Netrality Properties, please visit www.netralityproperties.com.