|The company has extensive experience in developing or
redeveloping some of the most prominent specialty retail projects in the
United States. One of the projects that exemplifies the company's skills
is Jackson Brewery, a historic landmark building located in the heart of
the French Quarter in New Orleans. The company created the initial strategic
plan, and then implemented the plan by adding Planet Hollywood, Virgin Megastore
and then, successfully sold Jackson Brewery in late 1999.
Other examples include Worthington Square Mall, in Worthington, Ohio, in which the company created the strategic plan and implemented a $10 million dollar renovation/releasing program; Barefoot Landing, a waterfront village developed in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, which includes 120 stores, the House of Blues and the 2,200-seat Alabama Theater, operated by the country and western group, Alabama; and Cotswold Village, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at which the company recently completed the $10 million dollar program. The company has long-term relationships with the nation's leading retailers and has leased well in excess of 4 million square feet of retail space to some of the country's most sophisticated retailers and restaurants, created more than $600 million of value through its leasing efforts and managed the expenditure of more than $400 million in capital improvements as part of the company's development and redevelopment efforts.
Hill Partners, Inc.'s current portfolio includes the Old Post Office Pavilion, a historic landmark building with 100,000 square-feet of specialty retail, located on Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol in Washington, D.C.; The Town Center at Levis Commons, a 319,000 square-foot lifestyle center in Perrysburg, Ohio; The Village at Sandhill, a 400,000 square-foot lifestyle center located in Columbia, South Carolina; Barefoot Landing, a 300,000 square-foot waterfront village in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; and Summit Brickell, a 250,000 square-foot mixed-use project in Miami, Florida.