Allan H. Goldman
Allan H. Goldman
|Born||1943 (age 75–76)|
|Net worth||$3.0 billion (March 2017)|
|Parent(s)||Sol Goldman (1917–1987)|
Lillian Schuman Goldman (1922–2002)
|Family||Jane Goldman (sister)|
Diane Goldman Kemper (sister)
Amy Goldman Fowler (sister)
Lloyd Goldman (cousin)
Allan H. Goldman (born 1943) is an American real estate investor and co-Chairman of the real estate investment company Solil Management.
Goldman was born in 1943 to a Jewish family, the daughter of Lillian (née Schuman) and Sol Goldman. He has three sisters: Jane Goldman, Diane Goldman Kemper, and Amy Goldman Fowler. His father was the largest non-institutional real estate investor in New York City in the 1980s, owning a portfolio of nearly 1,900 commercial and residential properties. After his father's death, his three sisters engaged in litigation with their mother over his father's assets; their mother subsequently received 1/3rd of their father's estate. He and his sister, Jane Goldman, manage the remaining real estate assets via the firm Solil Management. His cousin, Lloyd Goldman, is also a notable real-estate investor in New York City.
- Forbes: The World's Billionaires: "Allan H. Goldman" March 21, 2017
- Forbes: "America's Richest Real Estate Family Doesn't Want You To Know Who They Are" by Chloe Sorvino June 29, 2016
- New York Magazine: "The Midas Curse" by Dinitia Smith, p. 32, at Google Books April 3, 1989
- New York Times: "Paid Notice: Deaths GOLDMAN, LILLIAN" August 22, 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.
- The Real Deal: "Sol Goldman’s $6B portfolio in play, as children accelerate dealmaking" By Adam Pincus April 01, 2013
- "Meet the Other Trade Center Builder". Wall Street Journal. September 11, 2008.