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The Who
Featuring

Stephen Miller, AICP, LEED AP

Project Designer

Q:What drew you into working at Streetsense?

A: Working at Streetsense presents a great opportunity for me to continue developing my skills in retail and mixed-use planning, as well as introducing myself to other disciplines, such as branding, signage, and market analysis. Since I began working at Streetsense, I have worked on a wide variety of projects, strengthening my own core skills and allowing me to expand my experience into new fields.

The Who
Featuring

Stephen Miller, AICP, LEED AP

Project Designer

Q: What inspires your work at Streetsense?

A: Having two children has helped me understand that the projects I create need to stand the test of time. Will the projects I work on attract and engage my children when they grow up? Streetsense future-proofs the work that we do by looking comprehensively at the retail environment — combining physical, aesthetic, and economic factors. This unique combination of disciplines working together inspires me to step outside my comfort level as a planner to create really interesting places that will hopefully still be engaging when my children grow up.

The Who
Featuring

Stephen Miller, AICP, LEED AP

Project Designer

Q: How does your education and career inform your approach to projects?

A: Being initially trained in history and the research process, I’ve always been sensitive to the context of a project. Learning about the characteristics that make a place interesting and properly understanding the existing attributes of the built environment builds a framework on top of which we can create a truly memorable project.

The Who
Featuring

Stephen Miller, AICP, LEED AP

Project Designer

Q: What is your dream Streetsense project?

A: My dream Streetsense project would be a mixed-use project near a landmark of historic significance, a project that provides something new and refreshing, but on the other hand, strengthens the value of the historic place.

The Who
Featuring

Stephen Miller, AICP, LEED AP

Project Designer

Q: What hobby is piquing your interest right now?

A: My long standing passion for model making — I build scale models, primarily ships, in my spare time. You can usually catch me working on a model during lunch. I also like to read about the history of my model subjects, making sure the models I create are as accurate as possible.