Neil Kelly hosting remodeling inspiration event
Neil Kelly will host a bath remodeling workshop on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at both its North Portland and Lake Oswego design centers.
The seminar will cover information on bath remodeling essentials, case studies and a roundtable discussion by industry experts. The workshop fee is $10; reserve a seat online at www.neilkelly.com.
The Neil Kelly Design Center in Lake Oswego is located at 15573 S.W. Bangy Road.
Kruse Way Economic Forum set for Oct. 24
The 2018 Fall Kruse Way Economic Forum will be held Oct. 24 at Kruse Oaks Conference Center, on the first floor of 5300 Meadows Road, Lake Oswego.
The keynote speaker will be economist Bill Conerly, who will discuss "Bringing Economic Insight to the Northwest." Cost is $25 and includes materials and a continental breakfast.
Realty firms to market property in Asia
Realty Trust Urban has partnered with Cascade Sotheby's International Realty to market a new Portland tower condominium development, TwentyTwenty, to Asian markets.
Michael Zhang witll lead the marketing efforts.
TwentyTwenty is located in the Sullivan's Gulch neighborhood and is the first new construction project of its kind in Northeast Portland in more than a decade. The LEED Platinum Class A luxury construction offers wood floors, exposed concrete and quality steel-based architecture.
Units are priced starting in the $300,000s for one-bedrooms and in the $500,000s for two-bedroom condominiums.
Book shows smartest money move is to turn back time
Certified Financial Planner Patrick Huey has released "History Lessons for the Modern Investor," a book that illustrates how to be a better investor by learning important lessons from historical figures.
The owner of Victory Independent Planning LLC, Huey refers to himself as a Navy veteran and armchair historian. He has a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Arizona State University. His leadership experience is extensive, including more than a decade in financial services and nine as a U.S. Navy flight officer.
The book draws on historical anecdotes to teach investment strategies through lessons that start with Aristole and Socrates and continue through the Renaissance to the building of America and into modern American culture.
— The Review