The Upper Westside Portfolio

Status: Target Asset

The Upper Westside Portfolio comprises approximately 223,531 square feet of flex-industrial space located in Atlanta’s Upper Westside submarket. This submarket has experienced an influx of creative users in recent years, many relocating here for quality showroom space at a relative value compared to options in Buckhead and Peachtree Hills and providing customers proximity to I-75/I-285 interstate access.

The Upper Westside Portfolio includes four buildings that feature open spaces, high ceilings, natural light and ample parking. As of June 30, 2020, the Upper Westside Portfolio is 50% occupied.

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Disclaimer: Actual results may differ from those indicated in these financial projections and in such other forward-looking statements. Further, there is no assurance that Jamestown Invest 1, LLC will be able to achieve its investment objectives or to access targeted investments like those identified.

The NPI is a quarterly, composite total return for private commercial real estate properties located in the United States. The NPI includes operating office, retail, industrial, apartment, or hotel properties accounted for on a market value basis and includes the impact of leverage employed on the properties in the index. The NPI Levered Index is illustrative of historical average annualized commercial real estate returns on a gross property level leveraged basis, and these historical returns may not be indicative of future results. Leverage adds additional risks because leverage providers generally get paid first and may have a full or partial recourse claim against a portfolio. Such real estate return data should not be used to estimate returns of Jamestown Invest investments. While Jamestown Invest 1, LLC may acquire properties that meet some of the NPI criteria, it may acquire properties that do not meet such criteria. Further, Jamestown Invest property returns may have a better or worse average annualized return performance compared to the index as each real estate investment is unique in nature, which is inherently problematic for benchmarking to the composite returns of a highly diversified index.