Gaw Capital Partners, a real estate private equity firm, has announced the strategic acquisition of a property in Fuchu Intelligent Park, Fuchu City, Japan. This acquisition is part of the firm’s expansion in the data center market, doubling its data center capacity, and forms Phase III of a redevelopment project. The newly acquired property will bring the total land size of the data centers to over 22,202 sqm and will increase the IT capacity from 40 IT MW to 78 IT MW. Gaw Capital’s new facility is set to become the largest data center in Fuchu City by IT capacity. Managing Director Isabella Lo emphasized the role of technological advancements, such as AI, in driving data center demand. The acquisition further strengthens Gaw Capital’s Pan-Asia IDC Platform, attracting interest from potential operators and hyperscale tenants in Japan. The Japanese IDC market shows robust growth with the Tokyo and Osaka regions achieving a 91% occupancy rate in 2023. Gaw Capital continues to leverage its expertise to drive long-term value in the data center sector.

Private Equity, Real Estate, Technology Infrastructure,Japan, Asia-Pacific