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Contact

(212) 692-7380

dhorn@dsllp.com

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Education

    • London School of Economics and Political Science (Graduate Diploma in Business Studies, 1988)

    • Harvard University (J.D., 1987)

    • Binghamton University, State University of New York (B.A., 1984)

Practice Groups

David B. Horn

Partner

Mr. Horn has over twenty-five years of experience in all manner of sophisticated real estate transactions.  He has earned a reputation as a talented and dedicated attorney to whom clients turn for their most complex transactions.

 

Mr. Horn has broad experience representing clients in the acquisition, financing, development and disposition in New York and nationwide of office buildings, residential developments, retail properties, hotels and industrial assets.  He frequently handles the negotiation and documentation of joint venture agreements on behalf of both “money partners” and “operating partners”, workouts of distressed properties and loan facilities, and the purchase and sale of real estate loans and real estate loan portfolios.

 

Mr. Horn also has substantial expertise representing landlords and tenants in commercial leasing transactions involving office, retail, and industrial properties.

 

Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Horn was a Partner for ten years in the New York office of the international law firm of Troutman Sanders LLP (from 2005 to 2010) and its predecessor firm Jenkens & Gilchrist, P.C. (from 2001 to 2005).


Mr. Horn is admitted to practice in New York. 
 

Representative Transactions:

  • The negotiation and documentation of a $350 million multi-lender construction loan for a super luxury Manhattan residential development on behalf of the joint venture of a major developer and a real estate investment fund.

  • Representation of a New York Stock Exchange listed real estate investment trust in the negotiation and documentation of the acquisition and financing of a nationwide portfolio of twenty hotels each flagged by a major national hotel franchisor.

  • Representation of a joint venture including a major real estate investment fund in the negotiation and documentation of the disposition of a national portfolio of twenty two flagged hotels to the hotel franchisor.

  • The negotiation and documentation of a $200 million multi-lender construction loan for a super luxury Manhattan residential development on behalf of the joint venture of a major developer and a real estate investment fund.

  • The acquisition of a $245 million six property multi-family portfolio containing 2,200 units on behalf of a joint venture of a major real estate investment fund and residential landlord from another large investment fund, including the concurrent assumption of existing indebtedness, the negotiation and documentation of additional indebtedness and sale of a portion of the portfolio.

  • The sale of a 550,000 square foot midtown Manhattan plaza district office building to a New York Stock Exchange listed real estate investment trust in return for cash, assumption of existing mortgage indebtedness and operating partnership units.

  • The acquisition of a 500+ key Manhattan hotel carrying a national hotel franchisor’s flag on behalf of a New York Stock Exchange listed real estate investment trust, including the purchase of the first and second mortgage loans from a foreign bank group and the conversion of such debt into fee ownership in a pre-packaged bankruptcy.

  • The disposition of a 500+ key suburban New York hotel carrying a national hotel franchisor’s flag in return for cash at closing and post-closing consideration structured as an installment sale.

  • The sale of certain partnership interests and the recapitalization of the remaining partnership interests in a partnership which owns a Hudson Yards area property capable of supporting 2 million square feet of office space in which a New York Stock Exchange listed commercial real estate company obtained a controlling interest in return for cash at closing and a preferred future return.

  • The representation of a major Manhattan property owner in the negotiation and documentation of the development of a 700,000+ square foot office building in midtown Manhattan.

  • Counseling a developer in connection with its joint venture with a New York based hedge fund in the acquisition of a distressed multifamily development project in Tennessee and the assumption and modification of a defaulted construction loan facility from a national money center bank.

  • Representing a developer in the negotiation and documentation of construction financing provided by a large regional bank for a critically acclaimed Manhattan luxury residential condominium development.

  • Counseling a national department store chain in the leasing of regional flagship stores in Chicago and Los Angeles.

  • Representing a national furniture retailer and a national provider of luxury salon and spa services in connection with their respective national leasing programs; and

  • Counseling a New York bank on its headquarters lease and its retail branch leasing program for its subsidiaries.

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