Darren Miller focuses his practice on real estate construction and development, as well as other transactional real estate matters. Darren represents property owners and developers in the negotiation of design, construction, construction management, and development agreements. He also represents sellers, purchasers, and lenders in a variety of commercial real estate transactions and private-sector clients before municipal boards in zoning and land-use matters.
Darren was a summer associate with Nixon Peabody in 2006. Before joining Nixon Peabody, Darren worked as a legal intern at Columbian Mutual Life Insurance Company, in Binghamton, New York. While in law school, Darren was an associate notes editor for the Syracuse Law Review. Upon graduation, Darren was elected to the Order of the Coif.
Representative Construction Matters
- Represented higher education client in negotiation of design-build contract for the design and construction of $13 million student housing facility.
- Represented higher education client in negotiation of architect’s and construction agreements for the design and construction of $43 million student housing facility.
- Represented client in negotiation of design-build agreement for the design and construction of $15 million food production facility.
- Represented client in negotiation of architect’s and construction contracts for the interior renovation of office space.
- Represented client in negotiation of architect’s and construction contracts for design and construction of $13 million museum facility.
- Represented hospital client in negotiation of construction management for 192,000-square-foot expansion of its health care facilities.
- Represented retail client in construction matters connected with the multimillion-dollar design and construction of its flagship New York City store.
Representative Real Estate Matters
- Represented various clients in connection with a variety of purchase and sale transactions.
- Represented telecommunications client in negotiation and permitting of various telecommunications facility sites.
- Represented various clients, as landlords and tenants, in connection with a variety of leasing matters.
- “Terminating the ‘Just Not American Enough’ Idea: Saying ‘Hasta La Vista’ to the Natural Born Citizen Requirement of Presidential Eligibility,” 57 Syracuse Law Review 97 (2006).