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Vivian McDiarmid
Vice President, Asset Management
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Vivian McDiarmid is a Vice President of Asset Management at Jamestown. Ms. McDiarmid is primarily focused on Northern California assets. Prior to joining Jamestown, she was Director of Asset Management at John Hancock in San Francisco, managing the company’s Northwest portfolio of office, multifamily, and industrial assets. Before her position at John Hancock, Ms. McDiarmid was an Associate at Shorenstein Properties in New York, where she underwrote over 30 million SF of office acquisition opportunities on the east coast, leading due diligence efforts for nearly $1 billion of deal volume while also managing office assets in Chicago and Philadelphia. Ms. McDiarmid began her career in real estate as an Asset Management Analyst at PGIM, where she supported a $1.6 billion value-add portfolio of office, retail, industrial and multifamily assets on the west coast. Ms. McDiarmid received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Statistics from the University of Chicago.

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Vivian McDiarmid is a Vice President of Asset Management at Jamestown. Ms. McDiarmid is primarily focused on Northern California assets. Prior to joining Jamestown, she was Director of Asset Management at John Hancock in San Francisco, managing the company’s Northwest portfolio of office, multifamily, and industrial assets. Before her position at John Hancock, Ms. McDiarmid was an Associate at Shorenstein Properties in New York, where she underwrote over 30 million SF of office acquisition opportunities on the east coast, leading due diligence efforts for nearly $1 billion of deal volume while also managing office assets in Chicago and Philadelphia. Ms. McDiarmid began her career in real estate as an Asset Management Analyst at PGIM, where she supported a $1.6 billion value-add portfolio of office, retail, industrial and multifamily assets on the west coast. Ms. McDiarmid received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Statistics from the University of Chicago.