Parking at Data102

Colorado Springs

Parking During Business Hours
During normal business hours (M-F, 8am-6pm) we encourage our customers to park behind our building. Coming southbound on Tejon St, cross Colorado Ave, and the next right turn will lead around to the back of the building.

We validate parking tickets during normal hours -- just come talk to us on the 2nd floor in Suite #220 and we will get your free parking handled!

After Hours Parking
Data102 customers that have badges for 24/7 access are able to park in the garage beneath the Alamo from Monday through Friday 6pm to 6am, and all day on Saturdays and Sundays. This provides a safe, secure location to park your vehicle while you visit us.

Simply present your existing Data102 access badge to the badge reader on the vehicle ramp, and you're in! Note that when you pull onto the ramp, there is a roll-up garage door blocking the path; as your vehicle approaches, the door will automatically raise.

Similarly, when exiting the parking garage, you must activate the ceiling-mounted sensor near the garage door so that the door rolls up. Then, when exiting, present your badge to the badge reader to lift the security arm, and you're on your way!

The PHL01 and PHL02 datacenters do not have dedicated parking spots, and customers are encouraged to locate surface street parking where available. Two paid parking lots are available just north of the building as well. 

For temporary loading or unloading of equipment, there is a small alley behind the building accessible from Locust street; do note that this has strict utilization limits and parking or loitering is not allowed and is heavily ticketed. We strongly encourage customers to let us know of larger incoming equipment deliveries or similar so that we can facilitate the use of the alley and loading dock.

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