Larry Spott, CDP, CRX
Executive Vice President
Larry M. Spott oversees all aspects of shopping center development, renovation and expansion and directs land acquisition, re-zoning and permitting for the portfolio.
Larry also supervises the preparation of detailed pro-formas and financial projections using ARGUS Valuation – DCF. His department handles landlord construction and tenant build-out projects, as well as construction management projects for property owners and retail clients. Major projects under Larry’s direction include the ground-up development of Bristow Center, a 200,000-square-foot Harris Teeter-anchored shopping center in Manassas, Virginia and the successful rezoning of 34 acres of land in Prince William County, Virginia that will allow for development of up to 500,000 square-feet of commercial space.
Larry is an Associate Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and holds the Construction Development Professional (CDP) and Certified Retail Professional (CRX) designations. He is the former MD/DC/VA State Director for ICSC and serves on the CDP Admissions and Governing Committee. Larry has also served as the State Operations Chair and on the Mid-Atlantic Idea Exchange Planning Committee.
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