Joseph Miller

Runyon Group

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Joseph Miller is a principal at Runyon Group.

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At the intersections of Venice, Washington and National Boulevards just adjacent to the Metro Expo Line is a bite-size mall called Platform that is emblematic of the changes taking…

Platform's developers want to reinvent the mall

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