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Michael Rareshide

Michael Rareshide
Michael Rareshide is an Executive Vice President of Site Selection Group focused primarily on corporate real estate portfolio management and mission critical facility site selection services. Michael's understanding of the complexity of corporate real estate combined with his knowledge of accounting principles makes him an invaluable asset to corporations seeking to strategically manage their real estate portfolios. His client's include Fortune 1000 and mid-cap companies with projects ranging from small office renewals to large corporate headquarter relocations across the world.
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New York-Northern New Jersey Metro Area Drops to No. 5 Data Center Market

Michael Rareshide | August 28, 2017

New York-Newark-Jersey City metro area is No. 5 of the Top 5 data center markets, slipping in the rankings over the past several years. Learn why the region has its challenges in the colocation and...
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What are the Up-and-Coming Data Center Markets in 2017 – Second of a Two Part Series

Michael Rareshide | July 21, 2017

Learn why some selected metro areas have a competitive edge and can attract major colocation operators and data center users.
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Data Center and Colocation Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Driving Consolidation in 2017

Michael Rareshide | June 26, 2017

Learn about the latest deals and how it might impact your next site selection decision.
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What are the Up-and-Coming Data Center Markets in 2017?

Michael Rareshide | May 24, 2017

Learn why some selected metro areas have a competitive edge and can attract the major colocation operators and data center users.
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The Chicago Region Serves as a Dominant Player in the US Data Center Market

Michael Rareshide | April 24, 2017

Chicago is No. 5 in the Top 5 data center markets and should have a strong 2017. Learn why the region has such a competitive edge and attracts the largest cloud providers and data centers.
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Why Northern Virginia Continues to be the No. 1 Region for Data Centers in the United States

Michael Rareshide | March 28, 2017

Northern Virginia continues to be the dominant region in the U.S. for data centers. Learn why the region has such a competitive edge and attracts the largest data centers.
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The Largest Data Center Projects of 2016 and Some Future Projections for 2017

Michael Rareshide | February 20, 2017

Some of the largest data center projects in 2016 not only highlight the major players constructing such sites but also the expectations for 2017 and beyond.
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The Silicon Valley Data Center Market Remains Strong but Faces Challenges

Michael Rareshide | January 23, 2017

Silicon Valley has always been one of the hottest markets for both enterprise data center and colocation companies. Learn why it should remain a Top 5 market even though it faces some challenges.
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Dallas-Fort Worth Ranks as One of the Top Data Center Markets in the United States

Michael Rareshide | November 21, 2016

Dallas-Fort Worth has become a leading destination for enterprise data center and colocation companies. Learn why this region consistently ranks as one of the top data center markets. .
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Top 10 Data Center Markets to Consider During the Site Selection Process

Michael Rareshide | October 24, 2016

The top 10 data center markets offer competitive advantages in data center site selection. Learn about the top markets and what they can offer for your next data center project.
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