New York Real Estate Investor and Developer Says Despite Challenges, Manhattan’s Market is Still a Leader
Lloyd Goldman, president of BLDG Management, comes from a long line of real estate bigwigs.
His uncle, Sol Goldman, founded Solil Management, a large, family-owned real estate investment company with hundreds of residential buildings and commercial properties around New York City.
Mr. Goldman, 61, is the president of BLDG Management and a major real estate investor and landlord across the U.S. He recently entered the developer realm with Summit New York, a 43-story luxury rental in Manhattan’s Midtown East, as well as luxury rental building The One, in Jersey City, New Jersey.
BLDG is also helping to redevelop the site of a former gas station in Manhattan’s East Village, at East Houston Street and Avenue C. BLDG owns the Montana at 247 West 87th St., the Blake at 220 East 63rd St., and the Mayfair at 145 Fourth Ave., which are among 250 residential and commercial properties the firm controls around the U.S., in places like Florida, Massachusetts and Arizona.
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