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Erik Hayden Dec 22, 2020 2:21:08 PM 1 min read

Urban Catalyst’s Most Popular Blogs of 2020

We’ve had quite an active year here on the Urban Catalyst blog! 

As we look back on 2020, we hope you’ve been enjoying our weekly blogs; here are our top five best-performing blogs of the year: 

  1. San Jose Tops Bloomberg and Moody's Rankings for Post-COVID Economic Recovery


  2. Video Highlights of Urban Catalyst's Upcoming Projects


  3. Despite Pandemic, Google Moves Forward with Downtown San Jose Expansion


  4. Amidst COVID-19, Tech Giants are Moving to San Jose


  5. Meet Our Partners – Urban Catalyst Opportunity Fund


While the titles are pretty self-explanatory, be sure to check out the full blogs for everything you need to know from this past year. 

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