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About the property

Class-A Office Space

  • Class A interior and exterior finishes
  • 4-story atrium with skylights
  • Campus-style facility
  • 5 passenger & 2 freight elevators & 4 escalators
  • Shipping/receiving docks
  • Lighted parking areas for 850 vehicles


Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity

  • Customized synchronous and asynchronous remote datareplication with off-site backup
  • Cloud-based recovery solutions
  • 50 seat Business Continuity Center
  • Fully furnished “Hot Site” and business center
  • 650 seat conference hall
  • Access Control
  • Key card scanner; biometric thumbprint scanner
  • All entries and exits are permanently recorded
  • 24×7 video surveillance


Facility Redundancy

  • Multiple fiber optic paths and network providers into and out ofthe campus
  • Redundant and independent commercial power (13,800volt) sources – City of Hamilton and back-up generation
  • Redundant mechanical systems controlled by digital controlsystem networked to a Building Automation System
  • Redundant geo-thermal wells for cooling system

Vora Technology Park

“The availability of space at the former Champion Paper headquarters made it the lowest cost, highest value property in the region. The market’s screaming for it. This region is starved for a player to come in and put roots in and I think we’ve got something here,” Tim Campbell, President and General Manager of CenterGrid and tenant of Vora Technology Park

Vora Technology Park was built with occupant comfort and data center fault tolerance in mind. It provides Class A office space, a secure state-of-the-art data center, and a professional incubator wing for the use of both established and growing high-technology companies, thereby providing partners and tenants the opportunity to exponentially grow their businesses.

The facility was the former home of the Champion International/International Papers corporate headquarters which included their data center operations for all of their North American operations. In 2007, Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions (CBTS) invested approximately $60 million in the development of a new data center at the site.


Barclaycard US, the payments business of Barclays in the United States, opened a new customer contact center at Vora Technology Park in 2016. Once fully operational, the center will employ up to 1,500 colleagues.