Adam Matar is a founding partner of Inception Property Group, a developer of healthcare and senior living campuses in the West Coast and in Hawaii. Inception Property Group is the developer of notable projects including the 298,000 sq.ft Downtown West Medical project, the largest independent healthcare campus development in greater downtown Los Angeles.
Prior to Inception Property Group, Adam ran the real estate department for Kaiser Permanente’s Hawaii Region and supporting its Northwest Region. Adam was responsible for approximately six million square feet of healthcare real estate during his tenure at Kaiser Permanente. Prior to Kaiser, Adam worked at Portland based development companies, overseeing acquisitions and development of retail centers and specialty facilities.
Adam holds a deep passion in improving access to affordable, quality healthcare for communities in need, and takes a focused and unconventional approach to solving healthcare problems through the built environment. The results have been the subject of stories in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, the Business Journals, Bisnow, Globe St, Health Facilities Management Magazine, and local news outlets across the West Coast and
Hawaii. Adam himself has been nationally profiled and recognized as an Emerging Healthcare Leader in Real Estate Forum Magazine, recognized as a Forty Under 40 by the Portland Business Journal, and has received numerous awards for driving innovative solutions in healthcare real estate. Adam is an appointed planning commissioner for the city of Beaverton, Oregon.
Adam Matar holds a B.A. from Marquette University, an M.B.A from the University of Portland, and Master of Corporate Real Estate from CoreNet Global.