Lincoln Property Acquires Data Center Brokerage Firm Rackhouse
Real estate management and property management firm Lincoln Property Company (www.lincolnproperty.com) said Wednesday it has acquired the brokerage firm data center Rackhouse Group (www.rackhouse.com).
Rackhouse, based in Dallas, focuses exclusively on mission critical real estate throughout the U.S., representing organizations seeking space off-site data center.
The company provides data center tenant representation, site selection and brokerage, as well as data center analysis and financial consulting.
With the acquisition of Rackhouse, LPC has described the new initiative as Rackhouse Lincoln.
Besides its current offerings, Lincoln Rackhouse provide development services and construction, purchasing real estate capital and management services on behalf of the data center owners, operators and corporate users of the company.
“We see tremendous opportunity in the development cycle for our data center customers and we are excited to join one of the organizations most successful and reputable in the country,” says Martin Peck, a founding partner of Rackhouse.
By combining national coverage of LPC and experience in commercial real estate Rackhouse experience in data centers, customers will have access to full service solutions to real estate for mission critical real estate needs.
As one of the largest national property management companies and construction, LPC employs more than 4,000 professionals in over 100 markets in the United States and Europe.
The company offers a wide range of property services, including development, investment sales and brokerage services to third-party clients and for its own portfolio.