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1928 – Construction completed on Union Station.
1928-1971 – Operated as Grand Trunk Western Rail Station for Northern Indiana.
1979 – Kevin M. Smith purchases facility.
1987-2010 – Facility adaptively reused as a Carrier Hotel and Colocation facility.
2010-2015 – Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) through space, power, connectivity, and innovation.
2016-Present – Global Access Point assumes master operations of Union Station Technology Center, making it the flagship location for its multi-site data center operations.
A key landmark within South Bend’s Renaissance District, Union Station provides an ideal geographic location for data centers, data transport, and carrier operations, as well as office space for a number of innovative technology focused companies.
Union Station Technology Center has been Global Access Point’s flagship data center and carrier hotel since May 2016, when it turned over operation of the facilities and most former USTC staff. Union Station Technology Center still exists, mostly specializing in leasing office space.
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