data centers Low power costs, fiber connectivity, tax incentives and low risk give DFW  a data center edge (credit: T5 Data Centers).

DALLAS—With Dallas-Fort Worth coming in second only to Northern Virginia in terms of data center activity, this trend is expected to continue as opportunities for large tenant deals expand to a wider pool of options. CBRE recently released a report on the DFW data center market, indicating that rates are at historic lows, including low electricity rates (3.8 cents to 6.5 cents per kilowatt hour).