September 2, 1917|
Brooklyn, New York
|Died||October 18, 1987
|Occupation||real estate owner|
|Net worth||$1.0 billion (at time of death)|
|Spouse(s)||Lillian Schuman (1922–2002) (m. 1940)|
|Children||Allan H. Goldman
Diane Goldman Kemper
Amy P. Goldman (b. 1954)
Sol Goldman (September 2, 1917 – October 18, 1987) was an American real estate developer. Together with his partner, Alex DiLorenzo, Goldman became the biggest non-institutional real estate investor in New York City in the 1980s, ultimately owning a portfolio of nearly 1900 commercial and residential properties.
In 1941, he married Lillian Schuman. They had four children: Allan H. Goldman, Diane Goldman Kemper, Amy P. Goldman, and Jane Goldman. Upon his death at the age of 70 in 1987, he owned New York’s largest private real estate portfolio with more than 600 properties valued at $1 billion. His wife and three daughters engaged in litigation over his assets with his wife eventually receiving 1/3rd of his estate. His nephew, Lloyd Goldman, is also a notable real-estate investor in New York City.
- "Lillian Goldman, 80, Yale Law School Donor and Advocate for Women's Education". New York Times. August 21, 2002.
- "Sol Goldman, Major Real-Estate Investor, Dies". New York Times. October 19, 1987.
- Keil, Jennifer Gould (January 2, 2008). "Looking Back: Sol Goldman, a mogul surrounded by turmoil". The Real Deal.
- "Lillian & Sol Goldman", The Sol Goldman Pancreatic Cancer Research Center at Johns Hopkins
- "Meet the Other Trade Center Builder". Wall Street Journal. September 11, 2008.
- Keil, Jennifer Gould, "Looking Back: Sol Goldman, a mogul surrounded by turmoil", The Real Deal, January 2008
- Pincus, Adam, "Sol Goldman’s $6B portfolio in play, as children accelerate dealmaking", The Real Deal, April 2013
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