Microsoft agrees to pay for wastewater services in Valley

Provided by the City of Goodyear

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Microsoft.)

By Phoenix Business Journal

Microsoft will build three data center campuses in the West Valley.

Redmond, Washington-based tech giant Microsoft Corp. has agreed to switch its cooling system for future data centers in Goodyear and invest more than $40 million to expand the city’s wastewater capacity through an updated development agreement that the city that was approved last week. 

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“From the initial agreement, the infrastructure development agreement that we entered into in 2019, we always contemplated that we would come back with an amendment that would comprehensively address all of the infrastructure that’s needed for a campus build-out,” said Cameron Carter, a Rose Law Group attorney representing Microsoft, at the March 6 meeting, adding that each building represents a more than $300 million investment.

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