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Jamestown Claims Historic San Francisco MXU

Atlanta-headquartered Jamestown, L.P. acquired 660 Market Street, a five-story creative office and retail property on Market Street in San Francisco for a reported $40 million. The seller was Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada and Bentall Kennedy (U.S.) Limited Partnership.

The 40,144-square-foot, historic building was originally constructed in 1924 and has been extensively renovated. The building, which is 100% leased to a mix of creative and high-tech office, as well as retail, tenants, is located in the Union Square shopping district and near the newly-opened Transbay Transit Center.

JLL Capital Markets team, led by Rob Hielscher, Michel Seifer, Erik Hanson, Cheri Pierce and Nick Deaver, represented the sellers.

Hielscher says, “660 Market Street is a truly unique creative office ‘jewel box’ with high street retail on the ground floor.”

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