Herb Miller says he wants to join Mayor Gray administration

Georgetown's Herb Miller told Capital Business he has reached the end of his development career and hopes his next move is to become part of a Vincent Gray mayoral administration.

Miller, 67, redefined Georgetown by building Washington Harbour and the Shops at Georgetown Park, and drove the development of Penn Quarter with the construction of the Market Square office plaza as well as Gallery Place with a $250 million residential and retail development.

Miller was a fraternity brother of Gray's at Tau Epsilon Phi, a traditionally Jewish fraternity of which Gray became the first black member and was later elected president for two consecutive terms.

Until recently, Miller and rival developer Anthony Lanier have continued to fued over the future of the Shops at Georgetown Park. Miller told the Washington Post in July he would be retained by Angelo Gordon as a developer on a fee basis, allowing him to drive improvements the enclosed brick mall. 

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