Henry S. Miller, III


Henry Miller is a storied real estate icon who descends from a storied real estate dynasty. Over the past 35 years, Henry – as President - either ran or oversaw the operations of most of the Henry S. Miller Company’s divisions including:  Retail Brokerage, Development, Property Management, Brokerage and Investment Property Sales. He has established $2 Billion in merchant development projects and has recently developed several large mixed-use properties with the goal of culturally transforming the communities in which they serve – and they have met his goals. Recently, Henry has committed to add “sustainable” to describe his projects and is passionate to layer on the three fundamental commitments of sustainability – social, environmental and financial  responsibility. He is an owner of several trophy properties including Highland Park Village in Dallas and West Village – a 400,000 square foot, pedestrian-friendly mixture of retail, apartments and condominiums – also in Dallas.

Henry is a community leader and is involved in a multitude of civic, cultural and arts organizations.

Jim Kastleman

Chief Executive Officer

Jim’s depth in the real estate business has spanned from selling residences to spending years leasing and managing retail centers – 20 various properties totaling approximately 800,000 square feet. In 1996 he partnered with his wife to purchase and become publisher at her publication – The Paper– now  called PaperCity. As President, Jim oversees sales, marketing, brand protection, circulation, legal, accounting and operations for the monthly fashion and lifestyle magazine. Jim spends most of his time as an advisor and consultant on media strategies and the development and execution of creative integrated marketing programs for major national and international luxury brands, including: Neiman Marcus, Cadillac, Christian Dior, Moet-Hennessy, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Samsung, NorthPark Center and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston – to name a few.

Through PaperCity and on a personal level, Jim supports the majority of the major arts and charity organizations in Houston and Dallas.