Adam Matar


Adam Matar is the co-founder of Inception Property Group, a holding company and award-winning real estate developer. Adam focuses on large value add and opportunistic real estate, deep value lower middle market businesses, and deep value SME.

Adam has been recognized as a Forty Under 40 by the Portland Business Journal and as an Emerging Leader by Globe St. for his work in delivering healthcare facilities in under-served communities. Additionally, his ground up 250,000 square foot downtown Los Angeles medical campus received the top award by the LA Business Journal in 2020 for medical developments.

Adam’s works have been the subject of stories in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, the business journals, Bisnow, Globe St, and Health Facilities Management Magazine for their innovations.

Adam has managed real estate portfolios cumulatively adding up to over seven million square feet nationally, including during his tenure as a senior leader in Kaiser Permanente’s real estate department. His deep value enterprise investments have produced over 2,500% return to date.

In addition to his investment endeavors, Adam is an engaged member of the Portland community. Most notably, he is a former appointed Planning Commissioner in Beaverton, where autonomous vehicles, 5G technologies, and multi-modal transportation have been a regular part of the conversation for one of the most innovative cities in the country.

Other prior local community leadership roles include:

  • Board member on Urban Land Institute’s Portland Chapter
  • President of the ULI’s Portland Chapter Young Leaders Group
  • Board member on the Lloyd District Transportation Management Association
  • Committee member of the Portland Streetcar Citizen’s Advisory Committee

Adam is part of Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Advanced Management Development Program class of 2021 for real estate executives. He is also an alumnus of Marquette University. Adam lives in Beaverton with his wife, Liz, and their three young boys.