Jamestown employs approximately 450 people worldwide with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and Cologne, Germany. The company has offices in Amsterdam, Bogotá, Boston, Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. As of 30 June 2019, the company has assets under management of $10.2bn.
Jamestown is a design-focused real estate investment and management company with a 35-plus year track record and a clear mission: to transform spaces into innovation hubs and community centres. Current and previous iconic projects include Chelsea Market in New York City, Industry City in Brooklyn, Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco, and the Innovation and Design Building in Boston. The company has grown its portfolio in key markets throughout the US and expanded its investment footprint to South America and Europe.
Jamestown differentiates itself through its vertically integrated platform. In addition to excelling at the traditional functions of a real estate management company, such as acquisitions, capital markets, and asset management, Jamestown possesses internal expertise to bring added value to all aspects of the real estate business. Through in-house capabilities in Development & Construction, Architecture & Design, Retail Leasing, Creative & Marketing, and Food & Beverage curation, employees maximise value throughout an asset’s ownership period.
Jamestown manages an open-end core-plus real estate investment vehicle for institutional investors, targeting US core-plus office, retail and mixed-use assets.
Since 2009, Jamestown has managed timberland in the US South through a series of closed-end funds and an institutional open-end fund.
With an office in Bogotá, Colombia, Jamestown also focuses on opportunistic real estate investments in the Andean countries of Colombia, Peru, Chile and Argentina, raising closed-end funds for institutional investors.
Investment principles & strategy
Jamestown believes in the long-term attractiveness of the real estate market in Latin America based on the following principal factors:
- Long term macroeconomic growth and thriving and maturing democracies;
- Chronic low- and middle-income housing shortages and new supply constraints;
- Increasing mortgage availability;
- Favourable demographics; and
- Government support for the sector.
Jamestown’s Latin America division invests in for-sale residential development projects and commercial properties, including retail developments in major metropolitan areas of Latin America.
Strategic corporate development
Jamestown’s open-end core-plus fund with a focus on premier office, retail and mixed-use assets in major US metropolitan centres seeks to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns through a combination of stable cash yield and long-term capital appreciation driven by a focus on growing NOI.
Jamestown’s timber platform acquires, owns, operates, and sells core timberland properties in the US located in prime timber markets which are managed primarily for timber production.
In Latin America, Jamestown targets major metropolitan areas that exhibit sound real estate fundamentals and prospects for long-term economic growth, with a primary focus on Colombia, Peru, Chile and a secondary focus on Argentina.
The information contained herein is provided for informational purposes only and is not, and may not be relied on in any manner as, investment advice or as an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy an interest in any investment sponsored by Jamestown. This information does not take into account the investment objectives, financial situation, or particular needs of a recipient. A private offering of interests in any investment will only be made pursuant to a confidential private placement memorandum and the relevant subscription documents, which will be furnished to qualified investors on a confidential basis at their request for their consideration in connection with such offering.