With more than 2.5 exabytes – that is, 2.5 billion gigabytes (GB) – of data generated each day worldwide in the form of emails, documents, presentations, images, videos and voice recordings, data centers are increasingly becoming a necessity in
This article is the second of a two-part series on commercial property tours. The first part in the series looked at property tours from the perspective of a commercial real estate broker on the landlord side of the transaction.
After years of anticipation and negotiations, construction on Maryland’s Purple Line light rail project is officially underway. The delivery of the Line is meant to provide commuters with a more direct connection between two of Metropolitan DC’s most populous areas,
By Richard Pickering, Head of Futures Strategy
Repeals and rebellions The EU Withdrawal Bill took a step closer to enaction this week. Despite threats of rebellion on both sides, it passed the first Commons vote by a comparatively healthy
By: Theo Slagle, Director, Tenant Advisory Group
Washington DC’s tech scene is finally making a name for itself in the larger tech conversation. The region’s startup ecosystem has grown at a rapid pace over the past five years, and people