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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 Reading

  1. Don’t Flatten the Curve on Urban Innovation
    Bloomberg CityLab
  2. ‘Purgatory’ Grips $146 Billion of Distressed Commercial Property
    Bloomberg
  3. Private Equity Has $300 Billion for Pandemic-Hit Real Estate
    Bloomberg
  4. The wave of COVID-19 bankruptcies has begun
    Seattle Times
  5. Investing During Chaotic Times: Where Are The Distressed Opportunities?
    D Magazine
  6. AN visits Studio Gang, whose adaptive reuse projects are reinvigorating the past
    The Architect's Newspaper
  7. Landlords Eager for Covid-Era Revamps Are Finding Hungry Investors
    The New York Times
  8. Concerts Were Wiped Out During Covid-19. Here’s When They Could Come Back.
    The Wall Street Journal
  9. Meet the Home-Rental Firm Turning Tenants Into Homeowners
    The Wall Street Journal
  10. Tech Startups’ New Million-Dollar Question: Do We Really Need an Office?
    The Wall Street Journal
  11. Manhattan Landlords Boost Amenities to Get Workers Back to Offices
    The Wall Street Journal
  12. Salesforce Return-to-Work Software
    The Wall Street Journal
  13. In the Pandemic, Online Home-Buying Picks Up Speed
    The New York Times
  14. Portland's Innovyze sells for $1B
    Portland Business Journal
  15. A New Space For Mayors
    Bloomberg CityLab
  16. Opportunity Zones: The early evidence
    Brookings
  17. Fed Sounds Alarm on Commercial Real Estate, Business Bankruptcy
    Bloomberg
  18. Hotel Sellers Use Car-Sales Model to Finance Lodging Deals
    The Wall Street Journal
  19. As buildings’ life spans shrink, developers try to adjust
    Portland Business Journal
  20. Cities Are Sinking Under the Weight of Urban Development
    Bloomberg CityLab
  21. The Post-Pandemic Urban Future Is Already Here
    Bloomberg CityLab
  22. Read urbanism expert Richard Florida's response on how big cities will thrive during the new era of remote work
    Business Insider
  23. Texans Will Pay for Decades as Crisis Tacks Billions Onto Bills
    Bloomberg
  24. Texas Electric Bills Were $28 Billion Higher Under Deregulation
    The Wall Street Journal
  25. Signs of economic life are picking up, and mounds of cash are waiting to be spent as the virus loosens its grip
    The New York Times
  26. America 2021: Rebuilding lives and livelihoods after COVID-19
    McKinsey
  27. Best-Performing Cities 2021: Foundations for Growth and Recovery
    Milken Institute
  28. Reopening America & The World
    Brookings
  29. The future office: Businesses mull blending residential units with office real estate
    Digiday
  30. We’re finally getting a glimpse of what the COVID-safe skyscraper will look like
    Fortune
  31. After Portland real estate's chilly months, 'the iceberg is slowly starting to break up'
    Portland Business Journal
  32. Bidding wars: Portland homes with a private office, big yard are selling fast during the coronavirus
    The Oregonian
  33. Portland welcomes monument to York, the Black man who reached the Pacific in 1805
    The Seattle Times
  34. Brick-and-mortar retailers reinvent what it means to go shopping
    Oregon Business Magazine
  35. Restaurant-Software Provider Toast Prepares for $20 Billion IPO
    The Wall Street Journal
  36. REI picks new satellite office ‘surrounded by trail networks’
    The Seattle Times
  37. Seattle developer to sell upscale, just-finished Capitol Hill apartments for low-income housing
    The Seattle Times
  38. Seattle home prices still climbing at second-fastest rate in nation
    The Seattle Times
  39. Nobu chief says hotels must look to home markets to survive crisis
    Financial Times
  40. Foreign Investors Load Up on U.S. Warehouses
    The Wall Street Journal
  41. The Rise Of Warehousing: A Steam Train With No End In Sight
    Forbes
  42. Luxury apartment developer eyes Portland in national expansion
    The Portland Business Journal
  43. Offices and healthcare have been upended by the pandemic. Here’s how they’ll look in the future
    Fast Company
  44. How L.A. built homeless housing in just 4 weeks
    Fast Company
  45. Amazon’s Great Labor Awakening
    The New York Times Magazine
  46. Consumer-staples companies stand out in the Management Top 250 ranking
    The Wall Street Journal
  47. University of Oregon Campus Could Be Cornerstone of New Biotech Hotspot
    BioSpace
  48. Oregon's biotech sector, nearly immune to pandemic, shows signs of expansion
    Portland Business Journal
  49. Check out Oregon's 10-year Innovation Plan to boost traded sector industries and entrepreneurship
    Portland Business Journal
  50. Covid-19 has led to a boom in the commercial lab real estate market
    Yahoo Finance
  51. 2020 Was Terrible for Real Estate Investing. Will 2021 Be Better?
    Institutional Investor
  52. This Real Estate Investing Platform Is Democratizing the Way We Build Wealth
    Futurism
  53. Rush to build during e-commerce boom is leading to oversupply of space in Houston
    The Wall Street Journal
  54. Malls Spent Billions on Theme Parks to Woo Shoppers. It Made Matters Worse.
    The Wall Street Journal
  55. Why this Toyota dealership is turning its car lot into apartments
    Fast Company
  56. The World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2021
    The World Economic Forum
  57. Wells Fargo & Co. made equity investments in six Black-owned banks as part of a broader $50 million pledge to support minority-focused lenders
    Bloomberg
  58. Everyone Wants Sushi to Go, and It’s Saving Some Restaurants
    The Wall Street Journal
  59. Covid offers opportunity to reshape cities, says architect Foster
    Financial Times
  60. How the Pandemic Left the $25 Billion Hudson Yards Eerily Deserted
    The New York Times
  61. Public Displays of Affection for Urban Life
    Bloomberg CityLab
  62. Why We Don’t Believe the Big City Obituary
    Bloomberg CityLab
  63. Opportunity Zones Keep Drawing Billions During Pandemic
    Bloomberg Tax
  64. Investment in Life Sciences’ Real Estate Reaches Record High
    Commercial Observer
  65. The pandemic tech boom is reshaping our cities
    Financial Times
  66. The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond
    McKinsey
  67. Americans Don’t Know What Urban Collapse Really Looks Like
    The Atlantic
  68. COVID-19 Won't Kill Cities
    Fast Company
  69. Does Amazon’s ‘Helix’ Reflect the Shape of the Post-Pandemic Office?
    Bloomberg CityLab
  70. Will Coronavirus Be the Death of Cities? Not So Fast
    The Wall Street Journal
  71. U.S. Homebuyers Want to Live in Cities Just as Much as Suburbs
    Bloomberg
  72. Life-sciences real estate: More than an experiment
    IPE Real Assets
  73. Amazon Unveils Outdoorsy New HQ2, Renewing Its Commitment to Offices
    The Wall Street Journal
  74. Moving to Productivity: The Benefits of Healthy Buildings
    MIT Center for Real Estate
  75. The Financial Impact of Street-Level Greenery on New York Commercial Buildings
    MIT Center for Real Estate
  76. New IRS deadlines for opportunity zones: What investors should know
    USA Today
  77. Key Opportunity Zone Deadlines for 2021
    The Opportunity Zones Database
  78. NBA Owner Makes Big Bet On Opportunity Zones As Biden Presidency Sparks Fresh Start For OZs
    Forbes
  79. Life sciences boom continues with 36M sf in works
    The Real Deal
  80. New owner plans to convert Washington campus into laboratory space
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  81. Leading Life Sciences Clusters
    CBRE
  82. Biotech real estate needs in Seattle area remain high despite pandemic
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  83. Rent Collection Is Down, and Apartment Owners Feel the Squeeze
    The Wall Street Journal
  84. Landlord and Tenant Groups Join Forces to Stave Off Evictions
    The Wall Street Journal
  85. Ghost Kitchens Find a Home in Empty Hotels
    The New York Times
  86. Restaurants in 2021: $240 Billion in Sales Gone, Yet Hope Emerges
    QSR
  87. Climate change, regulation, diversity and Covid top 2021 ‘to-do’ lists
    Financial Times
  88. Finance chiefs face pressure to get to grips with sustainability
    Financial Times
  89. 3 lessons COVID-19 has taught us about remote work
    Fast Company
  90. Biggest U.S. Banks Embrace ‘Rooney Rule’ Policies in Diversity Hiring Push
    The Wall Street Journal
  91. Albina Vision Trust unveils first projects in its neighborhood restoration plan
    Portland Business Journal
  92. Bob's Red Mill leases more than 400,000 square feet in Portland
    Portland Business Journal
  93. Apple donates George Floyd mural from downtown Portland store to Don’t Shoot PDX
    The Oregonian
  94. COVID-19 Won't Kill Cities
    Fast Company
  95. Charlotte may have cracked the code on affordable housing. Here’s how
    Fast Company
  96. New IRS Notice Extends Several Opportunity Zone Deadlines
    The Opportunity Zones Database
  97. Opportunity Zone investments got a boost in 2020
    The Real Deal
  98. Shuttered N. Portland Rite Aid to become city’s newest homeless shelter
    The Oregonian
  99. Could California’s Shopping Centers Be a Housing Fix?
    Bloomberg
  100. NYC Landlords and Retail Tenants Team Up to Survive
    The Wall Street Journal