San Francisco – The store will open in 2016 and be the company’s third store in New York, but first large-format Outdoor World.
San Francisco – Jamestown has sold Pacific Place, a 430,000-square-foot office and retail property in downtown San Francisco. The development is comprised of three adjacent properties, including approximately 200 feet of Market Street retail storefront, 16 floors of office space and a 198-room hotel. The sale price was undisclosed. According to the San Francisco Business Times, the property was purchased by JP Morgan Chase & Co. The property’s retail tenants include the flagship stores for Levi’s and Old Navy, as well as The Container Store and the Palomar Hotel. Jamestown, who purchased Pacific Place in 2004, was represented in the transaction by Eastdil Secured.
— Scott Reid