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Real Estate Investing – Introducing: One Good Thing

Each Friday at Jamestown, our employee community wakes up to a weekly e-newsletter called One Good Thing, featuring "one good thing" happening at each of our properties across the globe. One Good Thing often includes community events, tenant successes, and property updates. This roundup of activities adds internal value to our company culture by connecting our teams in different cities to each other and by showing us the collective fruits of our labors.

Once a month, we will bring highlights from this publication to Real Estate 360 to give you a view of the people and experiences that make our Jamestown properties more than just amazing spaces, from examples of Jamestown’s high-touch approach to the inspiring achievements of our tenants. Read on for this month's edition of One Good Thing, a look back at activities and re-openings in June 2020. Each of the properties listed here are not owned by or targets for Jamestown Invest 1, LLC. They are not representative of Jamestown Invest 1, LLC’s investment strategy and are not representative of the scale of investments that Jamestown Invest 1, LLC intends to make. This monthly digest is intended to give readers of Real Estate 360 a better understanding of Jamestown’s high-touch approach and tenant successes, which all contribute to company culture.


Westside Provisions District's Aziza in Atlanta, GA reopened their dining room with a new seasonal menu and were spotlighted in Eater's "11 Atlanta Restaurant Reopenings to Be Excited About This Week".


In Boston, MA, the Innovation and Design Building's on-site hair salon Cut-Splice is back in action. Cleaning up those questionable quarantine haircuts, Cut-Splice is taking appointments and excited to see clients again.


Atlanta chefs, bakers, and restaurant owners hosted a Bake Sale fundraiser in honor of George Floyd and to continue raising awareness for racial justice in Atlanta and the South. Spearheaded by chef-owner W.H. Stiles Fish Camp and Pancake Social, Anne Quatrano, the event was held on Father’s Day, June 21st at Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall. 100% of proceeds benefited Color Of Change.


The Parkside Shops team in Sandy Springs, GA partnered with tenant The Springs Cinema & Taphouse to launch its drive-in theater. The premier included concessions, live music, and cornhole games.


Lobster Place at Chelsea Market in New York City opened a take-out window on 16th Street to serve its famous steamed lobsters and oysters to the neighborhood.


Concord Tech's 2001 Clayton office building in Concord, CA received a colorful soffit refresh just in time to welcome tenants back with a surprising design element.


Catch Surf, Malibu Village’s resident surfboard and gear shop, recently reopened for in-store shopping and curbside pickup. Employees are photographed here practicing proper social distancing by using one of their 6’ boards for measurement.


Buckhead Art & Company in Atlanta, GA donated 10% of sales through June 13 to 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. whose mission is to improve the quality of life by supporting and enhancing educational and economic opportunities for underprivileged youth in the Atlanta community. Pictured here is artist Andersen Smith with his painting Beautiful Chaos.


165 swag bags were given to the Ellington's residents in Washington, D.C. upon the reopening of amenity spaces. The bags provided goodies from technology partner Hello Alfred and useful and entertaining property-branded items.

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