Tudor Scolca

Tudor Scolca-Seușan is an Associate Editor with Commercial Property Executive and Multi-Housing News. He joined CPE and MHN in 2017 and is passionate about doing research for the two publications. He is responsible for data center and industrial coverage on CPE, writing seasonal metro reports on multifamily, interviews and features, as well as occasionally editing news stories.

Amazon HQ2

Amazon Hits Pause on $2.5B HQ2

A delay is expected for PenPlace, while the project’s initial phase is on track for a June delivery.

Chicago Office Market Slow to Recover in 2022

Last year, fundamentals in Chicago’s office market did not improve much, but there are some signs that the metro is getting back on track.

PowerHouse Tops Out Its 1st Northern Virginia Data Center

The joint venture’s project is part of a $1 billion investment in the region.

Shaking Up the Status Quo in the Design Industry

IIDA New York’s Shawnasia Black is committed to bringing difficult conversations to the forefront, and promoting equity in the design community.

The Role of Education in Advancing DEI

In light of Black History Month, Collete English Dixon discusses the importance of education in providing a more diverse future for real estate.

What 2023 Will Bring for Data Centers

Experts discuss what the future holds for the growing sector, in the last installment of our outlook series.

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Amazon to Invest $35B in Virginia Data Centers

Over the next 17 years, AWS will effectively double its presence in the state.

Crane Data Centers Debuts in Portland

A 100-megawatt facility will come online in the high-demand market of Hillsboro, Ore.

Bay Area life science design

MBH Architects on Trends in Bay Area Life Science Design

Eddie Hall shares details about the firm’s latest development, and weighs in on both ground-up and adaptive-reuse projects in the sector.

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Data Center Operators Strive to Catch Up With Demand

Highlights from a CBRE report on primary hubs and emerging markets.