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  • From left: Lloyd Goldman and 212 East 44th Street

    From left: Lloyd Goldman and 212 East 44th Street

    Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management is looking to bring a new, 449-foot-tall, 41-story residential tower to Midtown East, according to an application filed today with the city’s Department of Buildings. [more]

  • From left: Lloyd Goldman and 11 Avenue C

    From left: Lloyd Goldman and 11 Avenue C

    BLDG Management is looking to build a $35.3 million residential building at a site that currently houses a gas station in the East Village. [more]

  • Clockwise from left: 928-930 Second Avenue, Lloyd Goldman, Joe Koicin and Peter von der Ahe

    Clockwise from left: 928-930 Second Avenue, Lloyd Goldman, Joe Koicin and Peter von der Ahe

    Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management, together with Michael Alvandi’s City Urban Realty and Twin Oaks Equity, sold two properties in Midtown East for $18 million. [more]

  • From left: Listing images of the 941 Park Avenue co-op and BLDG's Lloyd Goldman

    From left: Listing images of the 941 Park Avenue co-op and BLDG’s Lloyd Goldman

    Real estate investor Lloyd Goldman sold a duplex co-op at 941 Park Avenue for $12.1 million, according to property records filed today. [more]

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    222 East 39th Street (Credit: Lloyd Goldman)

    Lloyd Goldman’s commercial real estate firm BLDG Management bought a 191-unit luxury rental complex in Murray Hill last week from an Atlas Capital-led group for $126 million. [more]

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  • Goldman-Fishman-LIC-Klein

    From left: Lloyd Goldman, Jeff Fishman, 47-25 34th Street (Photo credit: PropertyShark) and Steve Klein

    A partnership of two companies affiliated with Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management sold a massive three-story industrial property in Long Island City on Friday for $60 million — barely one year after buying it for $40.7 million. [more]

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    From left: Terrence Howard (with Oprah Winfrey) in “The Butler,” and Lloyd Goldman

    Actor Terrence Howard, best known for appearing in the movies “Hustle & Flow” and “Iron Man,” likely owes thousands in back rent after his former landlord Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management Company evicted him from his West Broadway apartment in May. [more]

  • Lloyd Goldman, Eric Roth, Brian Ezratty and the Midway Theatre

    Lloyd Goldman, Eric Roth, Brian Ezratty and the Midway Theater

    A group of local New York City real estate investors including BLDG Management’s Lloyd Goldman, Eric Roth of Brick Capital and Eastern Consolidated’s Brian Ezratty have purchased the famed Midway Theater retail building in Forest Hills for $20.5 million, Roth told The Real Deal. [more]

  • 47-25 34th Street in Sunnyside, Queens (credit: PropertyShark)

    Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management has continued its pricey buying spree, this time acquiring a warehouse building in Sunnyside, Queens, for $40.73 million, according to property records filed with the city Friday. [more]

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  • From left: Lloyd Goldman and 178 Canal Street

    Updated at 5:15 p.m.

    Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management purchased a 10,620-square-foot, three-story commercial property located at 178 Canal Street for $40.8 million, according to city public records filed today. The deed shows a Dec. 3 date of sale.

    Reached by phone, Goldman said the property will remain commercial. A Chase bank location has the lease and is the site’s largest tenant. There are other tenants at the property, but Goldman declined to comment on them as well as Chase’s lease, saying he does not offer information on his tenants. [more]

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  • Goldman makes $12M Soho play

    August 14, 2012 06:15PM

    Lloyd Goldman and 102 Greene Street (credit: PropertyShark)

    Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management closed today on the $11.9 million purchase of a three-story building in Soho, The Real Deal has learned. The property, at 102 Greene Street, between Spring and Prince streets, is 7,000 square feet, according to, with 2,000 square feet of retail and two floor-through apartments. The retail space is occupied by shoe store Galeria Melissa. [more]

  • From left: Lloyd Goldman and 941 Park Avenue

    Real estate investor Lloyd Goldman, whom The Real Deal reported just this morning bought the retail portion of the Chelsea luxury tower Yves Chelsea, has made another purchase, this time for himself, Bloomberg News reported.

    Goldman, a partner to Larry Silverstein on his World Trade Center towers, bought the penthouse co-op at 941 Park Avenue between 81st and 82nd streets, for $13.8 million, according to city records. The seller was listed as Peter Frelinghuysen and the last listing price for the three-story four-bedroom home was $14.9 million, according to [more]

  • From left: Real estate investor Lloyd Goldman, Jeffrey Fishman, executive vice president of RKF and the Yves Chelsea (credit: PropertyShark)

    Deep-pocketed investor Lloyd Goldman, an equity partner in Larry Silverstein’s World Trade Center lease, has closed on the retail component of glassy condominium tower Yves Chelsea at 166 West 18th Street, according to public records filed with the city today. He paid $6.6 million for the space, which is currently the headquarters of brokerage Core NYC. It was asking $7 million. [more]

  • From left: Lloyd Goldman, president of BLDG, and 888 Lexington Avenue

    Property owner Lloyd Goldman is on a bit of a roll. He’s closed on or in contract to buy at least three small retail properties over the last four months in Manhattan and says there are more to come.

    Most recently Goldman, president of BLDG Management, which is one of the major commercial owners in the city, acquired the two-story commercial property at 888 Lexington Avenue on the corner of 65th Street Jan. 24 for $13.25 million from Allen Rosenberg’s struggling Alrose Group, city property records published yesterday show. [more]

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  • 127 Seventh Avenue

    The heir to one of New York City’s great real estate fortunes is continuing to accumulate properties although recently focusing on modest-priced retail investments.

    Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Acquisition is in contract to buy a retail condo at the Yves, a condominium at 127 Seventh Avenue at 18th Street with 2,064 square feet on the ground floor from the property’s developer, Ben Shaoul’s Magnum Real Estate Group, a document filed this past Friday with the city shows. [more]


  • From left: Investor Lloyd Goldman, the Chetrit brothers and 300 East 79th Street

    Real estate investor Lloyd Goldman is adding to his substantial holdings with the $10.5 million acquisition of the retail condominium at 300 East 79th Street from the building’s developer, the Chetrit Group.

    Goldman’s BLDG went into contract in August and closed on the purchase of the 5,976-square-foot unit Oct. 5, city records published yesterday show.

    The retail condo, with ground-floor and lower-level space and occupied by Capital One bank, is in the 34-unit, 18-story residential building at the corner of 79th Street and Second Avenue. The building was developed by the Chetrit Group and opened in 2008. … [more]

  • Lloyd Goldman’s BLDG Management and Tavros Capital have teamed up to purchase the foreclosed condominium conversion site at 448-452 Broome Street, in the Soho Cast Iron Historic District, for $17 million. According to Eastern Consolidated, which brokered the sale, the two, mixed-use buildings were unloaded by Spanish lender Caixanova, which was “keen to dispose of [them] because a new era of regulatory scrutiny had been instituted in Spain.” Caixanova had seized the two loft properties, which contain a total of 12 rent-stabilized residential units and two commercial spaces, in 2009 from their original developers, who had picked them up for $23 million three years earlier. TRD[more]

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    Developers such as Lloyd Goldman, the Chetrit family and commercial broker Robert Knakal have recently opened their wallets as the citywide race for comptroller heats up, according to the most recent campaign finance documents filed last week. Brooklyn City Council member David Yassky took in the largest amount of contributions from real estate interests among the four major candidates for city comptroller, an analysis of the most recent reports from the city’s Campaign Finance Board, covering July 12 to August 10, by The Real Deal shows. But Yassky remains far behind Queens Council members Melinda Katz and John Liu in overall contributions, and is about tied with David Weprin, another Queens Council member. … [more]