Matthew Miller

Managing Principal

Cresa Los Angeles

11726 San Vicente Boulevard
Suite 500
Los Angeles, CA 90049
United States
310.207.1700 main
310.943.5100 dd
310.502.0044 cell
310.943.5500 fax
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Experience

Matthew Miller began work at Cresa in 1986 after graduating from UCLA and became a Principal in the firm in 1990. Mr. Miller has worked in tenant representation and corporate services for over 29 years and specializes in representing entertainment and technology companies. As a founding member of Cresa and a current member of the Board of Directors and Vice Chairman, Mr. Miller’s leadership has helped the organization grow to become one of the largest global tenant representation and corporate services providers to local businesses and multi-national corporations. Mr. Miller’s clients include DreamWorks, Oracle, Wells Fargo, Riot Games, Blue Shield, Publicis and Activision.

Affiliations

  • Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, Cresa
  • Member, CoreNet Global
  • Former Board Member and Officer, Young Presidents Organization (YPO)
  • Former Board Member, Boys & Girls Club of Santa Monica (Technology Board)
  • Founding Member, Cresa
  • Member, Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association (LACRA)

Acknowledgments

  • 2009 RESoCal's Broker Hot List, Real Estate Southern California
  • 2003, 2004 & 2005 CoStar Advisor's Top 25 Leading Brokers List, Annual Power Broker Award
  • 2003 Commercial Property News' Hot Broker List
  • 2000 RESoCal's Broker Hot List, Real Estate Southern California
  • 1998 & 1999 #3 Top Tenant Representative broker (office), Los Angeles Business Journal
  • 1999 Calibre Team Award (International Interior Design Association)
  • 1998 Annual Superstar Commercial Broker Survey, Real Estate Forum

Education

  • UCLA, B.A., Mathematics and Economics 1984

Select Clients

Client Location Size
Symantec Fox Hills 550,000 SF
Yahoo! Santa Monica 500,000 SF
Oracle Austin, TX 400,000 SF
Sony Pictures Culver City 329,000 SF
Oracle Boston, MA 300,000 SF
Riot Games Los Angeles 285,000 SF
E! Entertainment Los Angeles 280,000 SF
Electronic Arts Playa Vista 250,000 SF
Activision Santa Monica 225,000 SF
Warner Music Group Los Angeles 220,000 SF*
Viacom Hollywood 211,000 SF
BAE Systems Los Angeles 200,000 SF
Specialty Labs Valencia 200,000 SF
Tangram Interiors Santa Fe Springs 200,000 SF
Pacific Data Images Redwood City  193,000 SF
Blue Shield Woodland Hills 140,000 SF
Cornerstone OnDemand Santa Monica 120,000 SF
Guthy Renker El Segundo 120,000 SF
Activision Woodland Hills 95,000 SF
DreamWorks/Netflix Glendale 90,000 SF
Harbor Freight Tools Calabasas  90,000 SF
DTS Calabasas 86,000 SF
Team One Playa Vista 85,000 SF
The Honest Company Playa Vista 83,300 SF
Oracle National Account  400+ Assignments
*in process

Success Stories

Client Location Sq. Footage
Activision Santa Monica, CA  225,000 

Speaking Engagements

February 26, 2015 Bisnow, Speaker, "Silicon Beach: The Rise of the Tech Corridor"
January 8, 2015 Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association    
Speaker, “Mega Deals, 2014 Behind the Scenes”
October 26, 2011 Urban Land Insitute, Fall Meeting, Tenant Perspectives Panel Discussion
March 2, 2007 USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, Marshall School of Business guest speaker "What tenants want”
February 10, 2004 The National Association of Industrial and Office Properties
Speaker, "Tenant Demands in an Improving Economy"
February 5, 2004 Los Angeles Commercial Realty Association
Speaker, "1,000,000 square feet in three deals"
January 31, 2000 National Public Radio (NPR) - Which Way LA
Speaker, "Telco Hotels and Urban Development"
October 18, 2000 Urban Land Institute (ULI) - Trends 2000
Speaker, "The Wired Metropolis: ULI and the Digital Age"
May 23, 2000 Pepperdine School of Public Policy
Speaker, "Public Policy and the Internet: The eVolution of Commerce and
Communities"
May 6, 2000 UCLA Entrepreneur Association's "Digital Mania Conference"
December 2, 1999 BOMA Real Estate Summit
Speaker, "Market Forecast"

Articles

August 2012 Los Angeles Business Journal
“Special Report: Who’s Who in Real Estate; Catching the Tech Wave”
August 2001 Los Angeles Regional Technology Alliance VOX
"Tech Space Shake-Out"
July 2000 Wall Street Journal
"Downtown Los Angeles Draws Interest of Dot-Coms"
April 2000 New York Times
"Digital Wave Arrives in Hollywood"