Douglas L. Miller

Millennia Commercial Group, Ltd.

​Douglas L. Miller is the President of Millennia Commercial Group, Ltd., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Millennia Companies®. He is responsible for all aspects of office and mixed-use property development, leasing and management for owned assets and third-party contract accounts. He is the former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Richard E. Jacobs Group. Over the course of his 39-year tenure with the Jacobs Group, he directed development, sales, property management and lease transactions exceeding $2 billion dollars in value.

Doug is a graduate of Cleveland State University, with a major in accounting, and has a law degree from Cleveland Marshall School of Law. He is a member of the Ohio Bar, a licensed real estate agent, and past chairman of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance and the Downtown Cleveland Improvement Corp.

Career Highlights:

  • Directed the opening, lease up and management of the world class Key Center complex since its opening in 1991 to the present under the new ownership of The Millennia Companies®. It encompasses the 57-story office tower, a 400-room Marriott hotel and a 958-space underground parking facility in downtown Cleveland.
  • Planning and development of the premier Chagrin Highlands Corporate Park on Cleveland’s east side, which today encompasses 950,000 square feet of office, including the Eaton Corporation complex and the World Headquarters of Omnova Corp., University Hospital’s Ahuja Hospital and Health Campus, three hotels, and 250,000 square feet of retail.
  • Overseeing the development of the 638,000 sq. ft. Eaton Corporation complex, which involved the management of the design and construction of the complex, and the property management of the facility for Eaton.
  • Directed the development of the 400+ acre Avon, Ohio, mixed-use park with the Cleveland Clinic Richard E. Jacobs Health campus and hospital, the future home of Bendix Corp, and a vibrant growing retail market including the areas first Cabela’s, Duluth Trading and a new Menard’s store.