Goldstein Hall PLLC is a full-service law firm with expertise in five key practice areas: real estate and community development; banking and finance; cooperative and condominium law; real estate, commercial and construction litigation; and corporate governance.

With a reputation of extensive experience in affordable housing, our knowledge and experience go far beyond a single practice area. Today, Goldstein Hall employs a diverse staff of senior associates, associates, and counsels committed to exceeding client expectations in a range of matters where skilled, creative legal representation is crucial.

We are proud of our reputation as a smart, reputable, and responsive firm that believes our achievements are deeply rooted in the community and in your success.

Goldstein Hall News

Kendrick D. Harris, Senior Associate, joins GoldsteinHall PLLC
Goldstein Hall PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of Kendrick D. Harris, Senior Associate, to our firm. Kendrick will focus in the areas of affordable housing and community development transactions, commercial leasing, real estate finance and corporate governance. more
New York City Board Votes to Freeze Regulated Rents on One-Year Leases
The board that regulates rents for more than one million rent-stabilized apartments in New York City voted on Monday night for a freeze on one-year leases, an unprecedented move in its 46-year history. The 7-to-2 vote by the city’s more
Non-Profit Summer Workshop Series from Social Dividends Sponsored by Goldstein Hall
Did summer sneak up on you?  Make sure your year-end fundraising doesn’t. Join us for our NON-PROFIT SUMMER WORKSHOP SERIES designed to ensure you are prepared for the busy fall fundraising months.  We are pleased to continue our partnership with Jennifer Friedlin of more
New York City Task Force to Investigate ‘Three-Quarter’ Homes
Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Sunday he had formed an emergency task force to investigate so-called three-quarter houses in New York City for potentially exploiting addicts and homeless people by taking kickbacks on Medicaid fees for drug treatment more