David Horne

David Horne

Senior Vice President

Current Responsibilities
David Horne is a Senior Vice President in the Agency Leasing division of JLL, Atlanta, Georgia office. He provides strategic brokerage services to landlords and investors through property marketing and leasing, site selection and acquisition, and financial analysis and transaction negotiation services.  As a native Atlantan, Mr. Horne has nearly 15 years of leasing and development experience in Atlanta’s commercial real estate industry.  Mr. Horne has closed over $500 million dollars in transaction value over his career. 
 
Experience and Accomplishments
Mr. Horne joined JLL in 2014.  Prior to joining JLL, Mr. Horne was responsible for the third-party leasing for Parkway Properties containing over 3 million square feet.  He is a market leader in repositioning and leasing Class A and B assets throughout the metro Atlanta Area. Mr. Horne’s agency leasing experience has come in urban assets including 100 Peachtree, Peachtree Center, Ten 10th Street, Live Oak Square, Piedmont Center as well as suburban assets including Premier Plaza, 1117 Perimeter Center West, Perimeter Center East, Tucker Exchange and The Alpharetta Collection among others.  His creativity in deal structure and property renovations has enable his clients to maximize asset value.
 
Education and Affiliations
Mr. Horne received his Bachelors Degree from the Birmingham Southern College and his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business.  He is a member of Peachtree Presbyterian Church, Vice President of his neighborhood association, and a member of the Atlanta Athletic Club where he has served on multiple committees.  Mr. Horne is a member of the Birmingham Southern Sports Hall of Fame for his Division I baseball career and coached 10-12 year old baseball at Northside Youth Organization as a volunteer from 2007-2015. 
 
Mr. Horne is a perennial member of The Atlanta Commercial Board’s Million Dollar Club and participated in the NAIOP Future Leaders program in 2013.  He continues to be involved in the Atlanta Commercial Board as a mentor in its diversity program along with NAIOP, ULI and Central Atlanta Progress.