Solving Complex Problems with Simple and Elegant Solutions
Jameson Capital, established in 1994, advises on real estate investments and finance (and select corporate transactions) on the corporate/platform and project level, including strategic planning, capitalization, corporate and project re-structuring, joint ventures, deal origination, transaction negotiation and closing, short-term and long-term debt and equity (especially creative and innovative solutions for complex transactions), asset management, and review of investment performance.
Jameson Capital provides a full range of real estate advisory services. In some cases, providing additional capacity to organizations requiring more depth or breadth in real estate. In others, a sounding board and advisor for families, companies, and agencies seeking to maximize the value of their policies, portfolios or properties. In every instance, navigating challenges and maximizing opportunities through asking questions, testing assumptions and aligning team members toward a shared vision and effective implementation.
James McCarthy has 30+ years in finance and private equity, corporate structuring and work-outs, and raising debt and equity as an investor, lender, investment manager, portfolio manager, financial advisor, corporate consultant, work-out consultant, and city planner. Clients have included domestic and offshore institutional investors, investment funds, hedge funds, high net worth investors, and private companies. Mr. McCarthy holds an MBA from Columbia University and a Master of City & Regional Planning from Rutgers University.
Special interests include green and sustainable design, resilience, passive energy design, waterfront, walkability, transit-oriented design, affordable housing, high-quality and innovative architecture and construction technology, mixed-use development, and the inclusion of public spaces and landscape architecture.
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