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August 24, 2000


600 Seventh Street Associates, Inc.
600 West Seventh Street
Suite 600
Los Angeles, California  90014

          Re:  Telecommunications Office Lease by and between 600 Seventh
               Street Associates, Inc., and Equinix, Inc., dated August 8, 1999

Ladies and Gentleman:

     This letter agreement (this "Letter Agreement") is made in connection with
that certain Telecommunications Office Lease (the "Lease"), dated as of August
8, 1999, entered into by and between 600 Seventh Street Associates, Inc., a
California corporation ("Landlord") and Equinix, Inc., a Delaware corporation
("Tenant").  Landlord and Tenant have agreed, and do hereby agree, to modify the
Lease as follows:

     1.   Commencement Date.  Notwithstanding anything in the Lease to the
          contrary, the Lease Commencement Date shall be October 1, 2000;
          provided, however, the Lease Commencement Date shall be delayed one
          (1) day for each day of delay in satisfaction of the following two (2)
          conditions: (a) on or before August 28, 2000, Landlord obtains a
          temporary certificate of occupancy for the Building from the City of
          Los Angeles, (b) on or before August 28, 2000, Landlord obtains
          authorization from the City of Los Angeles to grant Tenant access to
          Tenant's portion of the Generator Fuel Tank so as to allow Tenant to
          connect such Generator Fuel Tank to Tenant's Generators.

     2.   Tenant Improvement Allowance.  Notwithstanding anything to the
          contrary contained in the Lease: (i) Tenant shall be entitled to a
          Tenant Improvement Allowance in the amount of $3,458,229.00; (ii)

          acknowledges receipt of certain invoices sent by Jacqueline C. Wolfe
          of Landlord to Michele Keefhaver of Tenant under cover of letter dated
          July 20, 2000 (the "Invoices"), which Invoices indicate that Landlord
          has performed certain improvement work on behalf of Tenant; (iii)
          Tenant and Landlord agree that the amount to be reimbursed by Tenant
          to Landlord for such work relating to the Invoices is $1,172,282.00
          and such amount shall be offset against the Tenant Improvement
          Allowance; (iv) Tenant shall have no further payment obligation to
          Landlord with respect to such work relating to the Invoices and such
          payment shall constitute full satisfaction of all amounts owed to
          Landlord as reimbursement of the costs of such work relating to such
          Invoices; and (v) the foregoing shall not be deemed a waiver of
          Tenant's right to receive the remainder of the Tenant Improvement
          Allowance in the amount of $2,285,947.00. Landlord shall wire the
          remaining Tenant Improvement Allowance set forth in (v) above to
          Tenant upon the closing of the sale of the Building by Landlord to
          360networks inc. Landlord shall not have the right to perform any
          future work for or on behalf of Tenant except as provided for in the
          Lease. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Tenant expressly reserves all
          rights and remedies with respect to Landlord's performance of any
          Compliance Work or punch list items relating to Landlord's performance
          of the work relating to the Invoices.

     3.   Standard Tenant Services.  The number of bus ducts through which
          Tenant obtains its electrical supply for the Premises pursuant to
          Section 6.1.2 of the Lease is hereby increased from two (2) to three
          (3).  Landlord shall use its best efforts to assist Tenant in
          energizing the third bus duct and coordinating such energization with
          the Depart of Water and Power of the City of Los Angeles.

     4.   Fuel Tank Capacity.  Section 22.1.4 of the Lease is hereby amended by
          replacing the number "10,000" with the number "20,000" in the first
          sentence of Section 22.1.4.

     5.   Conduits.  Section 22.1.7(ii) of the Lease is hereby deleted in its
          entirety and replaced with the following:

          "(ii) eight (8) four inch (4.0") aluminum conduits in the interconnect
          riser of the Building (the "Interconnect Riser") running from the
          fifth (5/th/) floor to the seventh (7/th/) floor of the Building, and
          (iii) eight (8) four inch (4.0") aluminum conduits in shafts 510
          through 710 of the Building running from the fifth (5/th/) floor to
          the seventh (7/th/) floor of the Building (collectively, "Tenant's


     6.   Exhibit H.  The first paragraph of Section 1 of Exhibit H to the Lease
          is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following:

          "Tenant wishes to install on the top roof of the Building (a) customer
          antennas as more particularly described below in this section
          (collectively, "Antennas"); and (b) four (4) four inch (4.0") conduits
          and three (3) one inch (1.0") conduits connecting customer Antennas to
          the Premises (collectively, the "Antenna Conduits").  The Antennas to
          be installed by Tenant under this Rider shall be installed on a one
          thousand square foot platform on the roof of the Building in the area
          bounded by Carrier Center drawings column lines 5 to 7, and M to N
          ("Antenna Space")."

     7.   Exhibit B.  Exhibit B, Schedule 2, 1/st/ Floor, Item 1 of the Lease is
          hereby amended to provide that Tenant shall have shaft access from the
          basement of the Building to the Premises for generator conduits, due
          to relocation of the generators from the roof to the basement and
          Exhibit B, Schedule 2, 7th Floor, Item 1, of the Lease is hereby
          deleted in its entirety.

     8.   Address of Tenant (Section 29.18):  The address of Tenant for
          notices under the Lease is hereby amended as follows:

          Equinix, Inc.
          2450 Bayshore Parkway
          Mountain View, CA 94043-1107
          Attention:  Real Estate Counsel

          With a copy to:

          Equinix, Inc.
          Los Angeles, CA [*]

     Except as expressly modified in this Letter Agreement, all terms and
conditions of the Lease shall remain unmodified and in full force and effect.
Defined terms used herein and not otherwise defined shall have the meanings
assigned to such terms in the Lease.

     The Lease as modified by this Letter Agreement sets forth the full and
complete understanding between Landlord and Tenant. This Letter Agreement may be
executed in counterparts. The telecopy transmission of a signed copy of this
Letter Agreement shall constitute a binding and effective execution by the
signing party.

     By executing below the parties acknowledge and agree to the terms and
conditions set forth in this Letter Agreement. Notwithstanding anything in this



Agreement to the contrary, this Letter Agreement shall be effective if and when
(and only if and when): (i) this Letter Agreement is executed by each party and
delivered to the other party; and (ii) an original fully executed tenant
estoppel in the form required pursuant to the Lease (as may be modified by the
terms of this Letter Agreement), has been delivered to Landlord by August 25,
2000. Failure of Tenant to deliver the estoppel by August 25, 2000 shall render
this Letter Agreement null and void and of no further force and effect.

a Delaware corporation

By:   /s/ Renee F. Lanam

      General Counsel
     [Printed Name and Title]

The foregoing is agreed and consented to this ____ day of August, 2000.

a California corporation

By:   /s/ Jack Matthews

      Vice President
     [Printed Name and Title]