Multi-Phase Projects

The Villages At Staunton

Staunton, Virginia

A unique opportunity and challenge involving approximately 80 acres and over 400,000 square feet of historic buildings dating back to the early 1800s. Plans are underway for multiple uses including condominiums, a hotel/spa, wellness facility, commercial office space, a medical campus, and single-family houses. To date, 4 projects have been completed as well as extensive infrastructure work. For additional information, please go to

High Street Lofts

Petersburg, Virginia

A sprawling early twentieth century, 200,000 square foot luggage factory occupying almost two city blocks in the heart of a residential historic district is fast becoming revitalized, thereby invigorating the entire community. Stage 1 is composed of townhouses and for-sale condominiums, while Stage II may include some mixed-use aspects. Two Phases have been completed so far totally 34 dwelling units. For more information, please go to

Old Manchester District

Richmond, Virginia

Immediately across the James River from Downtown Richmond, lies this formerly neglected neighborhood. The area is fast becoming the City’s new Arts district and Miller & Associates is adding to the revitalization with the conversion of warehouse space into condominiums, the restoration of existing historic housing, and the construction of replacements for demolished structures. The project involves over 150 lots, including whole and half-city blocks and approaches 30 acres. It addition to the multi-family projects listed below, Miller & Associates has renovated or built over 35 single-family homes in the neighborhood.

Jackson Commons

Richmond, Virginia

Jackson Ward, one of Richmond’s most historic neighborhoods, has seen a steady decline over several decades caused in part by the loss of population and the demolition of a large number of structures.  Miller & Associates, in partnership with Richmond Redevelopment & Housing Authority and Walker Row Partnership, aims to reverse that decline with the Jackson Commons project.  Plans for this urban in-fill project call for 62 single-family townhouses and more than 20 multi-family dwelling units to be constructed in a manner that is sensitive to the surrounding neighborhood characteristics.