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    1. A Tower’s New Owner Hears the Hum of Data

      The New York Telephone Company building at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge is not among the city’s most loved, to put it charitably. It was built in 1975 as a switching control center for the phone company but has been largely vacant for years, despite the large “Verizon” sign that adorns its forbidding facade.

      David W. Dunlap/The New York Times

      The New York Telephone Company building at 375 Pearl Street, seen from the Brooklyn Bridge.

      Come this fall, while the building may look much the same on the outside, on the inside it will be pulsing with thousands of terabytes of data. TheSabey Corporation, a developer and operator of data centers based in Seattle, acquired the condominium that makes up a majority of the building for $120 million last year with a minority partner, the developer Youngwoo & Associates. (Verizon will continue to occupy ...

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