The commercial real estate firm, Henry S. Miller, is welcoming back a familiar face—and name—this week. Henry S. Miller III will be joining the Dallas-based company as executive vice president and managing director of mixed-use development. He comes from his most recent role as managing director of commercial at Rogers Healy Associates, a post he held from 2015 to 2017.
In prior years, Miller worked as executive vice president and director, investment property sales syndication and development, for Henry S. Miller Cos. in Dallas from 1978 to 1990. He is the grandson of the company’s namesake, Henry S. Miller.
Branching out to take on his own developments, Miller in 1990 founded Henry S. Miller Interests Inc. and served as its president and CEO. His background in mixed-use and retail includes two major Dallas shopping centers: West Village and Highland Park Village. He was a former managing partner of Highland Park Village and worked with Urban Partners to create West Village in Uptown.
Miller is a 1968 graduate of Southern Methodist University and returned to school in 2002, completing the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s Advanced Management Development Program.