Indiana to See $2 Bil Google Data Center Construction

April 30, 2024|

Image courtesy of Google (of Council Bluffs, Iowa data center)

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – April 26 was a red letter day for Fort Wayne and the state of Indiana, as it marked Google’s groundbreaking of a $2 billion data center campus here.

No contractor has yet been announced for the project.

And just one day earlier, Indiana learned that Amazon would build an $11 million cloud computing center in Carlisle, 15 miles west of South Bend in northwest Indiana.

The Indiana Economic Development Corp. will give Google a 35-year data center sales tax exemption for the first $800 million it invests, with additional tax exemptions available for each additional $800 million invested up to the next 50 years.

Jefferson, Ind. is also the recipient of an $800 million data center that Turner Construction is building for Meta. That project broke ground several months ago.


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