Peter S. Miller, President
After spending 16 years as a Principal with CMS Companies, in 2005 Peter focused primarily on ground-up tenant-driven development during which time anchored projects with Wegmans, Giant, Shop Rite, CarMax and Aldi have been developed. Peter combines a diverse development and investment background as well as a series of strong relationships in and out of the development community. This background has helped create the successful developments, joint ventures, acquisitions and non-operating real estate projects that define Carlino Commercial Development.
Peter lives in Bryn Mawr with his wife, Barbara and their two children. He has been active at Gesu School, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Philadelphia University, The United Way, St. John Vianney Church and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia among other community activities.
Peter W. Carlino, Co-Managing Partner
Upon graduating from Lehigh University in 1998, Peter started his career in commercial real estate at Grubb & Ellis New York. In his first year at Grubb, Peter was selected as the National Rookie of the year and qualified for the Circle of Excellence, a distinction reserved for the firm’s top performers. In 2002 Peter graduated from New York University with a masters in real estate and then began the next chapter in his career at Carlino Development Group, where he was President from 2006-2015. Since 2003, Peter has been involved in over 40 distinct real estate development investments, totaling over 2 million square feet.
Peter lives in Berks County with his wife Alissa and their three children.
The organization draws on the credibility and relationships forged with tenants, banks, brokers, funds and other developers over the last 30 years.
Deal flow and detailed market knowledge originate from the firm’s in-house experience and relationships in the market. Carlino Commercial Development creates value through efficient deal sourcing and analysis and by leveraging development and operational capabilities. Tenant-driven development model under which Carlino Commercial Development helps its retail clients implement their store growth strategy in certain markets.
Organizational resources include in-house, accounting and property management with experience over market cycles and asset classes.
Access to capital through:
- In-house dedicated equity;
- Relationships in the real estate finance community;
- Co-investments with the development community.
No legacy problems to distract the firm.