Henry S Miller III returns to Namesake Firm as Managing Director of Mixed Use Development and Executive Vice President
(Dallas, TX) Henry S. Miller is pleased to announce the return of Henry S Miller III as Managing Director of Mixed Use Development and Executive Vice President. Mr. Miller previously served Henry S. Miller Companies as Executive Vice President & Director, Investment Property Sales, Syndication and Development in the Dallas office from 1978 to 1990. He was the Founding Manager of the firm’s Houston office and Director of the Investment Property Division from 1973 to 1978. From 1986 to 2009, Mr. Miller was also the Managing Partner of Miller Family Investments and Highland Park Village. Early in his career with Henry S. Miller, he worked in Apartment Investments, Management and Real Estate Acquisitions.
Real Estate Experience
In 1990, Mr. Miller began pursuing his own developments. He was the Founding Director of Henry S Miller Interests, Inc., as well as President and CEO.
As Chairman and CEO of Henry S Miller Partners, Inc., Mr. Miller specialized in urban mixed use and retail development. Together with Urban Partners, he oversaw the creation of the West Village in Uptown Dallas, a 350,000 square-foot walkable development that comprises both retail and multifamily. They also developed West Ave. in Houston and the 2nd Street Retail District in Austin.
Mr. Miller was also President of Commercial Development for the Loreto Bay Company, presiding over the largest environmentally sustainable development in the world in 2007. Some 1,000 homes and 50,000 square feet of commercial and retail space were built in Loreto, Baja, Mexico.
For Rogers Healy Associates, Mr. Miller was Managing Director of Commercial from 2015 to 2017.
Mr. Miller is the son of Henry S. Miller Jr. and Juanita Miller, and brother of the late Vance C. Miller. He was born in Dallas, TX, and attended the Culver Military Academy in Culver, IN. He graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1968. In 2002, Mr. Miller completed the Advanced Management Development Program in the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
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