Jamestown was established in 1983 as an investment and management company focused on income-producing real estate in the United States. Over the last 35 years, Jamestown has expanded into a national, vertically integrated real estate operator with approximately $10.3bn of assets under management as at 30 June 2018. Jamestown’s capabilities include: acquisitions, capital markets, property management, asset management, retail leasing, design, sustainability and risk management. Jamestown employs approximately 200 professionals, with headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and additional offices in New York, NY, Boston, MA, San Francisco, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Cologne, Germany and Bogotá, Colombia. All real estate acquisition and asset management activities are coordinated out of the US offices, as well as fundraising, marketing and investor relations for institutional investors. The related company, Jamestown US Immobilien GmbH, has employees based in Cologne, Germany, who are focused on investor relations, fundraising and marketing for European investors as well as portfolio and risk management of core funds for German investors.
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.
News from IPE Real Assets
US pension fund backs Jamestown vehicle
US pension fund chooses managers for core-plus real estate strategy
US pension fund also places capital into Dyal Capital Partners fund
US pension fund increases targeted allocation from 6% to 8%
US pension fund to split investment in 2016
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