Miller's initial developments were concentrated in the eclectic Deep Ellum neighborhood of Downtown Dallas. In addition to its avant-garde musical venues and restaurants, the area contained a number of vacant and derelict buildings that had former lives as industrial and/or manufacturing facilities. Miller, as co-owner of Pan American Capital Corp., acquired and redeveloped the Continental, Farm and Ranch and Murray buildings into 130 loft apartments. Later, with Charles Ragan of Plan B, the Mitchell Building was converted to 79 loft apartment and office units. As a result of these pioneering efforts, similar developments in the neighborhood followed. The urban neighborhood now contains an additional 1,000 residential and commercial loft units.

Miller’s expertise and commitment shifted to the East Side of San Antonio with the purchase of the 500,000 sq. ft. Friedrich Refrigeration plant. The adaptive reuse plan for Friedrich will create a mixed-use urban community with a significant office component that is complemented with loft residences, retail / restaurant component and special event spaces. Miller and his local partner, Eugene Simor , also acquired the historic Merchants ICE House facility located on the East Side with plans to redevelop as office/warehouse and telco/data center space.

Past Projects
Farm and Ranch
Switch and Data
Current Projects
Merchant's ice
Settles Hotel
3800 Willow