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Michelle Miller


Arch Companies

Spearheaded Arch Companies' expansion into the Southeast U.S.

Heads a team that creates and updates detailed underwriting standards for multiple deals

Michelle Miller is the head of acquisitions at Arch Companies, as well as partner and member of the Executive Committee. Miller, who previously worked with Greystone Development, also spearheaded the company’s expansion into the southeast U.S., where she is involved in underwriting, acquisition, asset management and disposition. Additionally, she originates, underwrites, and negotiates development opportunities and existing assets within the commercial office, retail and multifamily sectors.

Miller is instrumental in structuring investments based on detailed market analysis and projected cash flows and developing asset-level business plans. She sources deals in strong markets through her ample knowledge of the national real estate landscape and leads significant negotiations with sellers, lenders and partners.

The team she leads creates and updates detailed underwriting for the investment opportunities she structures. Miller also identifies new joint venture partners who meet Arch’s criteria and creates relationships that will provide a consistent pipeline of suitable investment opportunities.  

These are just a few of the reasons we chose Michelle Miller as one of Connect CRE’s National 2022 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected positions of leadership and play key mentorship roles for others.


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