The Collection at Chevy Chase
 
The Collection at Chevy Chase is the definitive luxury retail address Chevy Chase, MD, the highest income suburban area of Washington DC. The Collection hosts over 100,000 square feet of new retail space on Wisconsin Avenue, between the existing Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus stores. Designed by the renowned architectural firm of Helmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Inc. (HOK), The Collection offers unique street level storefronts on Wisconsin Avenue for each retailer and a central 9,000 square foot sculpture garden.

Horton Realty Advisors, LLC represented the landlord, The Chevy Chase Land Company. Fully-leased and open in early 2006, The Collection at Chevy Chase's tenant roster includes Tiffany & Co., Bulgari, Gucci, Barneys New York Co-op, Cartier, Dior, Famoso Bar, Restaurant & Lounge, Georgette Klinger, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, MaxMara and Ralph Lauren.

The Collection at Chevy Chase won the Washington Business Journal Best Real Estate Deal of the Year-2005 for "Best Retail Project."
Hamptons Projects
 
Horton Realty Advisors, LLC represents both landlords and tenants seeking the best retail solutions in the villages of the Hamptons.

Representing the landlord, we recently participated in the team that assisted J. Crew Group, Inc. on all aspects of establishing its brand in Southampton. Horton Realty Advisors, LLC represented Tumi, Inc. on its new unit on Main Street in East Hampton.

The Shops at Wisconsin Place
 
Chevy Chase, Maryland, long one of the Capital district's most prestigious residential neighborhoods, has become one of its most exciting luxury shopping destinations as well. The Shops at Wisconsin Place will continue the retail transformation of the Wisconsin Avenue corridor by joining Mazza Gallerie, Neiman Marcus and The Collection at Chevy Chase that recently opened with such boutiques as Tiffany & Co., Bulgari, Gucci, Barneys New York Co–op, Cartier, Dior, Famoso Bar, Restaurant & Lounge, Georgette Klinger, Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, MaxMara and Ralph Lauren.

Developed by New England Development, Archstone–Smith and Boston Properties as an urbane town center, Wisconsin Place is designed to pull pedestrians from busy Wisconsin and Western Avenues or the on–site Friendship Heights Metro stop into a special environment graced by European–style plazas, fountains, and parks. Horton Realty Advisors, LLC served as exclusive owner's consultant for retail leasing at The Shops at Wisconsin Place.
Biltmore Fashion Park
 
Biltmore Fashion Park opened in 1963 as the original luxury shopping destination in Phoenix. New owner Lumenati by Macerich launched an extensive redevelopment program to update this Valley treasure including a complete exterior redesign and a new pedestrian-level streetscape. Future development plans include two luxury high rise condominium towers and a boutique hotel.

As Executive Consultant for Luxury Leasing, Larry Horton participated in the renovation and repositioning of Biltmore Fashion Park to appeal to a younger and more fashion-conscious consumer.
Scottsdale Fashion Square
 
Located in the heart of the fastest growing major metropolitan area in the US, Scottsdale Fashion Square draws approximately 12.8 million visitors a year. Since becoming a part of the Lumenati by Macerich luxury retail portfolio, this 1.8 million square foot super—regional center has been undergoing significant renovation and remerchandising to emphasize high—end luxury retailing and fine dining.

As Executive Consultant for Luxury Leasing, Larry Horton remerchandised the Neiman Marcus Court at Scottsdale Fashion Square by adding luxury retailers including Bottega Veneta, Salvatore Ferragamo, Christian Dior, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo and Cartier and was part of the team that secured Barneys New York.
717 Fifth Avenue

 
Located between 55th and 56th Streets in the heart of New York's Plaza District, 717 Fifth Avenue is home to Hugo Boss' flagship corner store. Horton Realty Advisors, LLC represented the owner, Walton Street Capital, under an exclusive agency agreement in the leasing of grade, mezzanine and second floor spaces to Café Europa. The building was sold in September, 2004.