Gregg Miller brings a rare mix of broad real estate transactional experience and extensive land use experience to the matters he handles. It is not uncommon for Gregg to represent clients in capital transactions – acquisitions, dispositions and financings – worth hundreds of millions of dollars, while also helping clients navigate the complexities of land use approvals. In many cases, this mixture of skills allows Gregg to handle a project from acquisition of the land, through entitlement, construction, lease-up, and sale. In addition, the experience that Gregg has obtained from handling transactional and land use matters is invaluable in public-private partnership deals that frequently require significant transactional skills and the ability to assist with obtaining land use approvals. Gregg also has experience representing lenders and borrowers in complex work-outs on troubled assets.
Gregg is a member of the San Francisco Planning and Urban Association (SPUR), the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the Real Property Section of the San Francisco Bar Association, and the University of San Francisco Law Review. He is also a graduate of the 2009 class of Leadership San Francisco (LSF), a ten-month leadership program that is connected with the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. The LSF program focuses on educating and developing community trustees who want to make a significant contribution to strengthen and transform San Francisco.
Gregg is president of the board of directors of Community Housing Partnership and is a former member of the board of Lone Mountain Children’s Center, where he served for almost ten years.
Gregg earned his J.D. from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 1998, and his B.A. from Yale University in 1992.
Public Private Partnerships
Acquisitions and Dispositions
Gregg has been a recommended lawyer in Legal 500 USA in the Land Use/Zoning category.