Organizing American Field is no easy
feat. It takes months of commitment, communication and patience. We work
tirelessly to source the best American-made products available, and then we
invite thousands of fans who can respect and appreciate their craft.
All this work—the time, travel, and scheduling—would be
meaningless if we didn’t have a place to call home in the cities we visit. That’s
why we’re grateful for our sponsor, Jamestown L.P.
In 1983, Jamestown was established as a
real estate investment and management company. Focusing on traditional office,
retail, and residential spaces in the United States, Jamestown has a proud
history of owning some of the most recognizable properties in the United
States, including One Times Square, Chelsea Market, and the General Motors
Building, all in New York City and with many more properties across the
country. Jamestown’s teams work from their new offices at Ponce City Market in
Atlanta and Chelsea Market in New York.
years, the company has invested in the adaptive reuse of significant historic
properties, including Ponce City Market, the former Sears and Roebuck
distribution center, and Industry City in Brooklyn, which was once a sprawling
industrial site and now is a growing hub for artists, makers, and emergent tech
companies. Jamestown continues to grow across the country, putting an emphasis
on creative office spaces and exciting retail environments by bringing together
great chefs, stimulating design, and fresh concepts.
privileged to host events in several Jamestown properties, including Boston’s Innovation
and Design Center,
Washington D.C.’s Georgetown
Atlanta’s Ponce City Market,
Brooklyn’s Industry City,
and San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square.
honored by Jamestown L.P.’s sponsorship of American Field. They share our
passion for American-made craft, American jobs and American innovation.
Together, we’re confident our events and their event spaces can positively
influence neighborhoods across the country—sparking local commerce and
restoring once thriving neighborhoods to their full glory.