GH Capital was formed in 2001 as a real estate private equity firm focused on affordable housing investments. Since then it has expanded to other asset classes within real estate, such as market-rate housing, self storage, and development.
Managed by Michael Clark, GH Capital focuses on investing with best-in-class real estate operators and developers, with a primary focus on the affordable housing space. GH Capital is different than many “funds” as its principals own both large and small real estate operating companies themselves. This gives them an enhanced understanding of the unique challenges and risks that operators and developers encounter. Therefore GH Capital is positioned to quickly evaluate and make investments, not only as a limited partner, but also as a general partner, providing co-investment, working capital, and making investments directly into the operating company.
Senior Vice President of New Business Ventures
As the Senior Vice President of New Business Ventures, Mr. Miller is responsible for identifying, structuring and underwriting strategic transactions, including portfolio acquisition/disposition, joint ventures, nonprofit partnerships and merger & acquisitions. He is also responsible for overseeing the acquisition, debt and equity structuring, and stabilization of new acquisition and rehabilitation projects.
In 2007, Mr. Miller co-founded Sureharbor, where he was a managing principal of its consulting practice, specializing in representing developers and nonprofits in public finance and affordable housing. Prior to that, he was a principal at DPFG, a national real estate development consulting firm. During this period, Mr. Miller was responsible for structuring more than $750 million in bond and tax credit financing transactions and negotiating numerous innovative public private partnerships.
Before his days with DPFG, he worked at Affordable Residential Communities (ARC), a national Real Estate Investment Trust, where he assisted in the acquisition of more than $250 million in assets and served as the lead analyst in the reorganization and recapitalization of ARC in preparation for its billion-dollar IPO.
Mr. Miller serves on the board of the Foundation for Affordable Housing, a national nonprofit specializing in affordable housing. He attended the University of Colorado, Boulder and graduated as a member of the dean’s honor list with a dual bachelor’s degree in business and urban planning.