Culpeperâ€™s Terremark campus just doubled in size, thanks to a recent acquisition of 27 acres adjacent to its sprawling facility â€” known as the Network Access Point of the Capital Region â€” just southeast of town on Technology Drive. The global IT infrastructure provider announced Wednesday that it spent $5 million on the deal, adding room for another 250,000 square feet of datacenter space and nearly 100,000 square feet of office space. Terremark in Culpeper, Courtesy of DataCenterKnowledge.com If this expansion continues (and I’m just a layman here): The NAP of the Capital Region is the lynchpin of Terremarkâ€™s push to capture additional market share in the market for ultra-secure government hosting. … Terremark recently unveiled a 72,000-square-foot headquarters building that features a 150-seat auditorium built to the federal governmentâ€™s Physical Security Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIF) and approximately 50,000 square feet of Class A office space that can be built to SCIF specifications in order to meet customer demands. … The fact that the brand-spanking-new commuter rail ” actually stands a chance of turning a profit ” makes this thought not entirely nutty. … until the businesses that are now locating in Reston and Herndon start choosing Culpepper (sic) instead, Câ€™ville wonâ€™t be a bedroom town of the NY-PHILLY-BALT-WASH megalopolisâ€¦ Now what might that do to real estate values in the Charlottesville region?