Houston Data Center Sought By Netrality Properties

Netrality Properties, a new organization formed by entrepreneur Hunter Newby and Amerimar Enterprises, is looking into a new Houston data center as its first acquisition under its new name. The data center owner has properties in New York, Philadelphia, Kansas City, and Chicago data centers.

Newby and Amerimar have done business for three years, and they are now working together under the name Netrality Properties. 

Netrality Properties' business model is to buy carrier hotels that have carrier-neutral meet-me rooms in the most competitive U.S. markets and offer data center space. These meet-me rooms offer no monthly charges for cross connections. 

The properties acquired by the group have all been Tier I and Tier II, so it is likely they are looking for similarly prime real estate for their next move. If they do not head to Houston, another Texas data center acquisition is likely. 

​Netrality Properties offers long-term agreements for organizations. The development of these kinds of business deals has been a major goal for Newby and Amerimar ever since they started working together.

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