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.

Since our inception in 2006, we have been proud 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

Senior Associate, Juan Restrepo, spoke on workshop presented in partnership with the Brooklyn Small Business Development Center, Brooklyn Law School, and the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE)
This workshop is presented in partnership with the Brooklyn Small Business Development Center, Brooklyn Law School, and the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE). Learn how to negotiate a fair commercial lease! Business owners know that securing the right commercial...read more
JOE NYC – Launching this Spring!
The Joint Ownership Entity, known as JOE NYC, plans to launch officially this spring, and borrow a concept from real estate investment trusts by taking ownership of 3,000 affordable apartments across roughly 50 developments. In exchange, each of the contributing...read more
Upcoming GH Educational Seminar Series: Emerging Developers Pt. 2
Join Goldstein Hall for a seminar focusing on increasing minority participation in affordable housing. Our panel of industry experts will discuss (1) how to become an M/WBE certified developer or contractor, (2) maximizing resources available once a developer/contractor is part...read more
Upcoming Networking Event: Enhancing Hispanic Participation in Affordable Housing
Goldstein Hall is pleased to invite you to attend a networking reception focusing on Hispanic participation in the development of affordable housing. The program will feature key Hispanic industry professionals who will speak about various aspects of affordable housing, including...read more