Darren Miller focuses his practice on real estate construction and development and other transactional matters. He leads the firm’s New York Alcoholic Beverage team and is a member of the firm’s Campus Infrastructure & Community Development team.
I represent owners, developers and lenders in structuring, negotiating and interpreting EPC, design-build, design construction and equipment purchase contracts for projects ranging from apartment complexes, shops and manufacturing facilities to more specialized buildings such as breweries, hospitals, museums and schools.
I enjoy just how tangible the work I do is. Although I’m not physically swinging the hammer, I help to build things and the results of my work can be seen, touched and experienced.
In addition to my construction practice, I represent clients in structuring and negotiating a variety of commercial real estate transactions, from acquisitions and sales to leases.
I’m following the continuing growth of experiential venues, particularly in the alcoholic beverage industry. Building unique destination– type breweries, wineries, tap rooms, and tasting facilities, creates a number of interesting legal challenges for producers as they look to protect what makes them different to consumers. I’m also following the ongoing movement to restore, rehabilitate, and reuse existing buildings with unique characteristics. Doing so brings unique challenges from a construction and design perspective but can lead to incredible rewards for owners and developers willing to take the plunge.
Webinar Recording | 06.03.20
Real Estate Law Alert | 03.28.20
Food, Beverage & Agribusiness Alert | 09.30.18
06.02.20 | Webinar
05.28.20 | Webinar
11.13.19 | Chicago, IL
Syracuse University College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
State University of New York at Binghamton, B.A.
Broome Community College, A.A.
Darren Miller is a member of the American, New York State, and Monroe County bar associations. Darren serves on the boards of directors for the Hochstein School of Music & Dance and Leadership Rochester, and the Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County, Inc. (VLSP).