Goldstein Hall is a full-service law firm with a concentration in the area of affordable housing and community development. Goldstein Hall clients range from for-profit and nonprofit developers, not-for-profit organizations, general contractors and builders, public and private financial institutions, and governmental agencies. Our firm’s main practice areas are: real estate and community development; nonprofit formation and governance; cooperative and condominium law; litigation; banking and finance; commercial leasing; and corporate formation and governance.

With extensive experience in real estate, our knowledge, expertise, and personalized approach have helped our clients achieve their goals. Our diverse staff of senior associates, associates, and counsels are committed to exceeding client expectations in a range of matters where skilled, creative legal representation is crucial.

2016 marks our 10th Anniversary. We are proud to celebrate our accomplishments over the last decade and to continue to enhance 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

Goldstein Hall is proud to sponsor United Way of Westchester and Putnam’s Not-for-Profit Leadership Summer this year!
If you are attending, please visit us at our exhibit table. For more information, visit
Managing Partner, David Goldstein to speak on The Future of CDC Development in New York City at ANHD’s 6th Annual Development Conference
Please join David Goldstein along with other panelists: Michelle de la Uz, Executive Director, Fifth Avenue Committee, Walter Roberts, Executive Director, Hope Community Development, Harry deRienzo, Executive Director, Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association, John Reilly, Executive Director, Fordham Bedford more
Partner, Matthew Hall to speak on Panel on April 7 on Joint Venture Partnerships in Affordable, Supportive and Market-Rate Housing
The "Joint Venture Partnerships in Affordable, Supportive & Market Rate Housing" panel is a timely discussion among for-profit, non-profit developers, lenders, lawyers and syndicators that will benefit New York's real estate industry. As joint-venture partnerships evolve, our panelists will more
Senior Associate, Jason Labate, hosts Career Panel at Goldstein Hall for the NYC Urban Fellows Alumni Association
The Urban Fellows Alumni Association (UFAA) is a non-profit organization for former participants of the New York City Urban Fellows (UF) Program, including former fellows and supervisors of fellows. We are committed to sustaining an active network of alumni more