Coblentz real estate partner Gregg Miller has joined the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR), a leading Bay Area civic planning organization respected for its independent and holistic approach to urban issues. Gregg’s board membership continues Coblentz’s longstanding relationship with SPUR and its board over the years. The late Bill Coblentz was actively involved with the organization, and litigation partner Charmaine Yu most recently served on the Board of Directors.
Gregg brings a rare mix of broad real estate transactional experience and extensive land use experience to the matters he handles. He represents clients in acquisitions, dispositions and financings, while also helping clients navigate the complexities of land use approvals. He has extensive experience in public-private partnership deals and has also represented lenders and borrowers in complex work-outs on troubled assets.
In addition to serving on the Board of Directors of SPUR, Gregg is president of the board of directors of Community Housing Partnership (CHP). He is also a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the Real Property Section of the San Francisco Bar Association, and the University of San Francisco Law Review.