Goldman Properties

Goldman Properties has been restoring historic buildings in architecturally significant locations throughout New York and Florida since 1968. Founded by the late place maker Tony Goldman, the company was responsible for renovating New York City's SoHo district in the 1970s, Miami Beach's Art Deco district in the 1980s and New York City's Village of Wall Street in the 1990s. The company's most recent projects include the redevelopment of Wynwood, Miami's emerging arts district, and a historic city project in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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South Beach/Wynwood

For forty years, The Goldman Properties Company has been recognizing the value in depressed, undervalued urban areas, reconstructing and transforming declining historic districts into popular, thriving global destinations. The late founder Tony Goldman has been recognized as the driving force behind the transformation of South Beach in Miami Beach and, most recently, undertaking the transformation of the warehouse/arts district in Miami's Wynwood.

In 1985, on a quick trip to Miami, Tony Goldman discovered South Beach. Miles of oceanfront property at the southern tip of Miami Beach were filled with run down hotels as well as empty and decaying building structures. He was instantly enchanted, recognizing the unusual, architecturally significant community of Art Deco Buildings. In 1987, his flagship hotel property, The Park Central was renovated and reopened as the centerpiece of the South Beach renaissance.

Goldman worked his magic again in 1998 when he reopened The Hotel, formerly known as the Tiffany Hotel. Working closely with his daughter Jessica and innovative designer Todd Oldham, The Hotel's interiors took on a cozy mix of rich, cool colors and artisan detailing that has brought rave reviews from design pundits worldwide.

Then from 2004 to 2006, Tony Goldman and his son Joey acquired more than 25 properties in the central warehouse district of Wynwood in Midtown Miami. At the time, it was a low-density warehouse district with a wonderfully emerging arts community. Tony recognized its great potential for an exciting, natural evolution and oversaw a master plan to create an artistically driven, tasteful and architecturally dynamic pedestrian community. New additions to the neighborhood from Goldman Properties include restaurants Joey's & Wynwood Kitchen and Bar, the Wynwood Walls, an outdoor street art park and the Wynwood Building, a one of a kind office and retail space.