Copeland Properties has sold a collection of stores with 195,000 sq. feet of retail space and 28,000 sq. ft. of office space to an Atlanta-based real estate investment firm, Jamestown, which has extensive experience with distinctive downtown locations including Fifth Avenue in New York, Georgetown in Washington and Union Square in San Francisco. The approximately $100 million transaction includes the Downtown Centre and Court Street portfolio and included the assumption of about $50 million in debt and provided Copeland a $50.5 million equity stake in a Jamestown property fund. Copeland Properties will remain the manager of the properties. This transaction does not include any of the properties within the planned Chinatown project; Copeland Properties remains committed to the project which is getting underway and includes retail space and residential units along Monterey Street and eventually a hotel on Palm Street. Jamestown, a 30-year old real estate investment company with more than $4 billion in assets under management in funds, has several prominent assets around the country, including Chelsea Market and One Times Square in New York, nearly 130,000 sq. ft. on Newbury Street in Boston, and Pacific Place in San Francisco.