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  1. Sortis Plays Key Role In Rescuing Portland's Iconic Ace Hotel
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  2. Sortis Holdings Invests in Blue Star Donuts
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  3. Sortis Holdings Results for the Third Quarter 2020: Record High Returns
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  4. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.02% During Q3 2020
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  5. Sortis is a Profitable, Low-Float Alternative Investment Company You Can’t Miss
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  6. Sortis Continues Trend of Profitability in 2020
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  7. Sortis Holdings, Inc.’s Diversified Alternative Investment Approach Entices as Global Markets Face Historic Volatility
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  8. Sortis Income Fund delivers ninth consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  9. Sortis Income Fund delivers 10th consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  10. Sortis Income Fund Closes Year With 12th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns
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  11. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net (Annualized) Return of 7.1% During Q1 2020
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  12. Sortis Income Fund Delivers 11th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns Expands to TD Ameritrade platforms
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  13. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.2% During Q2 2020
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  14. Sortis Accelerates Investment Activity Amid Crisis
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Weekend Reads

  1. New IRS Notice Extends Several Opportunity Zone Deadlines
    The Opportunity Zones Database
  2. Opportunity Zone investments got a boost in 2020
    The Real Deal
  3. Shuttered N. Portland Rite Aid to become city’s newest homeless shelter
    The Oregonian
  4. Could California’s Shopping Centers Be a Housing Fix?
    Bloomberg
  5. NYC Landlords and Retail Tenants Team Up to Survive
    The Wall Street Journal
  6. $100 million OK'd to help Oregon businesses pay commercial rents
    Portland Business Journal
  7. Gov. Brown announces appointment of Sophorn Cheang as director of Business Oregon
    Portland Business Journal
  8. U.S. Bankruptcy Tracker: Hotel Filings Rise Amid Virus Spike
    Bloomberg
  9. Businesses Adapt Better to Covid-19 After Lessons Learned From Spring Surge
    The Wall Street Journal
  10. A year ago, women outnumbered men in the U.S. workforce, now they account for 100% of jobs lost in December
    CNBC
  11. Even women in the C-suite are burning out during the pandemic
    Fast Company
  12. Recession With a Difference: Women Face Special Burden
    The New York Times
  13. How Leading Companies Are Innovating Remotely
    MIT Sloan
  14. Strapped local governments are turning to private developers to finance their projects
    The New York Times
  15. The 5 factors that will drive post-pandemic consumer behavior
    Fast Company
  16. Wildfire smoke now causes up to half the fine-particle pollution in Western U.S.
    Los Angeles Times
  17. Beyond Meat signs a big lease. The rest of L.A.’s office market struggles
    Los Angeles Times
  18. Is there a Better Way to Collect Data on Homelessness?
    Bloomberg CityLab
  19. Empty office buildings are still devouring energy. Why?
    Fast Company
  20. Alternatives Outlook 2021: From optional to essential
    J.P. Morgan
  21. Socially-Conscious Loans Attract Europe’s Alternative Lenders
    Bloomberg Green
  22. Retail Tenants Leverage Pandemic Stress for Better Lease Terms
    The Wall Street Journal
  23. Your office will likely survive the pandemic. Your desk may not.
    The Wall Street Journal
  24. What Makes Building Ventilation Good Enough to Withstand a Pandemic?
    Bloomberg CityLab
  25. Bellevue-based Aegis Living buys 10 senior living facilities in $350 million joint venture
    The Seattle Times
  26. Arcimoto preps for expansion with $10.25M Eugene property deal
    Portland Business Journal
  27. A new lens on real estate design
    MIT News
  28. Logistics real estate activity breaks records in Q4
    Freight Waves
  29. Modernizing Commercial Real Estate through Technology Transformation
    D Magazine
  30. What Japan’s Disaster-Proofing Strategies Can Teach the World
    Bloomberg CityLab
  31. A Twist In Style: How Distressed And Bankruptcy Investing Is Different This Time
    Forbes
  32. Ex-Brigade Partner Hawks Is Said to Plan Distressed-Focused SPAC
    Bloomberg
  33. California and Texas Fought Covid Their Own Way, Suffered Just the Same
    Bloomberg
  34. Paycheck Protection Program application starts: What to know about the new small-business loans
    Fast Company
  35. How a Baltimore design initiative is rethinking cityscapes to promote economic recovery from COVID-19
    Brookings
  36. This Could Be the Best Year on Record for Job Growth
    The Wall Street Journal
  37. Mental health innovation is important for economic recovery and upward mobility
    Brookings
  38. What transformative placemaking taught us in 2020, and how it can help build a better future
    Brookings
  39. Fortnite Creator Is Buying a Dying Mall to Develop New Headquarters
    The Wall Street Journal
  40. Robinhood Wants More Female Investors. So Does Everyone Else.
    The Wall Street Journal
  41. Tech That Will Change Your Life in 2021
    The Wall Street Journal
  42. The Radical Architecture of Tomorrow Already Exists
    Bloomberg
  43. The case for large cities in a post-pandemic world
    Vox
  44. The Use of Knowledge in Urban Development
    Foundation for Economic Education
  45. Frank Gehry’s Luxury New York City Skyscraper Has Everything—Except Enough Tenants
    The Wall Street Journal
  46. New York Real Estate Begins Its Recovery
    The New York Times
  47. New York City’s Economic Recovery Is Years Away, Fiscal Watchdog Says
    The Wall Street Journal
  48. Imagining the city of the future has value. But leave whiz-bang tech out of it
    Fast Company
  49. The Main Street Lending Program let banks sell the government 95% of every credit extended, but some balked because would-be borrowers had lost so much business
    The Wall Street Journal
  50. Economic recovery, corporate taxes and mergers and acquisitions are expected to be top of mind for many finance chiefs
    The Wall Street Journal
  51. The ex-CEO of Haven—Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan’s just-ended health venture—on what he’s learned as a surgeon, researcher, and entrepreneur
    Fast Company
  52. Health-Care Companies Shake Off Disrupters, Make Deals
    The Wall Street Journal
  53. Mezz lenders are gunning for distressed developments as defaults increase
    The Real Deal
  54. Marathon Raises $2.5 Billion for Pandemic-Fueled Distressed Fund
    Bloomberg
  55. Distressed debt specialist Howard Marks warns on corporate borrowing burden
    Financial Times
  56. City Apartment REITs Await the Return to the Office
    The Wall Street Journal
  57. Property investors want to buy grocery stores, but may struggle to convince retailers to part with them
    The Wall Street Journal
  58. Millions of new jobs will emerge in health care and tech as society ages and digital transformation changes the nature of work
    The Wall Street Journal
  59. The Future of Offices When Workers Have a Choice
    The New York Times
  60. Commercial real estate’s looming distress problem
    The Real Deal
  61. Commercial Real Estate’s Pandemic Pain Is Only Just Beginning
    Bloomberg
  62. Blumberg Joins Rush of Property Firms Raising Funds for Distressed Deals
    The Wall Street Journal
  63. Our Digital Lives Drive a Brick-and-Mortar Boom in Data Centers
    The New York Times
  64. Demand for Big-Box Warehouses Soars Under E-Commerce Surge, Report Says
    The Wall Street Journal
  65. Cerberus Enters Joint Venture to Amass Cold-Storage Property
    Bloomberg
  66. Life Science, MOBs Aiding Healthcare REIT Recovery in 2021
    Nasdaq
  67. Bioscience 'factory of the future' could bring 400 jobs to the Portland Area
    Portland Business Journal
  68. What will the future of cities be like?
    Fast Company
  69. Sustainable cities after COVID-19: Why Barcelona-style green zones could be the answer
    Fast Company
  70. Old US shopping mall finds secret to survival as Covid rips through retail
    Financial Times
  71. The Dying Mall’s New Lease on Life: Apartments
    Bloomberg CityLab
  72. Modular Construction Meets Changing Needs In The Pandemic
    The Seattle Times
  73. New York’s Real Climate Challenge: Fixing Its Aging Buildings
    The New York Times
  74. Why honing your company’s culture should be a top priority in 2021
    Fast Company
  75. Covid-19 Vaccine Outlook Prompts Businesses to Dust Off Return-to-Office Plans
    The Wall Street Journal
  76. America’s ‘other’ employment crisis
    Fast Company
  77. Pandemic Reshapes U.S. Employment, Speeding Changes Across Industries
    The Wall Street Journal
  78. How the chaos of 2020 will shape the next decade, according to 8 design experts
    Fast Company
  79. Covid-19 Propelled Businesses Into the Future. Ready or Not.
    The Wall Street Journal
  80. About $126B worth of commercial properties could sell at distressed prices
    The Real Deal
  81. Commercial Real Estate Investing Statistics 2020
    Million Acres
  82. Commercial Real Estate: 2020 Year in Review
    Million Acres
  83. For the Retail Industry, 2020 Was a Wild Ride
    The Wall Street Journal
  84. What's In Store for ESG Investing?
    Morgan Stanley
  85. The office, reimagined: The nature of office work is shifting, and so must downtowns
    Brookings
  86. Retail revolution: The new rules of retail call for small business empowerment
    Brookings
  87. Separate and unequal: Persistent residential segregation is sustaining racial and economic injustice in the U.S
    Brookings
  88. Why the Office Isn’t Going Away
    The Wall Street Journal
  89. What’s next for remote work: An analysis of 2,000 tasks, 800 jobs, and nine countries
    McKinsey
  90. Co-ops in the Time of Covid
    The New York Times
  91. The pandemic proved cities have far too many ultraexpensive apartments. They shouldn’t forget it.
    Slate
  92. Midtown Is Reeling. Should Its Offices Become Apartments?
    The New York Times
  93. Empty Hotels Find New Life as Governments House the Homeless
    Bloomberg
  94. The 5 Biggest Real Estate Investment Opportunities in 2021
    Million Acres
  95. Arcimoto targets Florida, its first non-West Coast state, for electric vehicle sales
    Portland Business Journal
  96. Designing cities for shorter distances, not faster speeds
    Brookings
  97. Restaurants Are Setting Up Shop in Empty Hotel Suites
    Bloomberg
  98. The Pandemic’s Toll on Tourism Has Yielded a Few Silver Linings
    Bloomberg
  99. Helping Workers Displaced by the Covid-19 Economy
    The Wall Street Journal
  100. U.S. Manufacturing: Why 2020 Was the Bottom of a Long Decline
    The Wall Street Journal