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    • Howard Goldman and Caroline Harris are the authors of “Speed Up the Redesign and Modernization of Privately-Owned Public Spaces”, in CityLand, July 24, 2017.  Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris is representing 62 Greene Owners Corporation, the developer of the property spotlighted in “Planning Commission Approves Broader Retail Use in Ground Floor on Greene Street”, in CityLand, July 11, 2017. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris was cited in “City Planning Hears Testimony on Expansion of Mental Health Treatment Facility”, in CityLand, July 7, 2017. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris is representing Pier 21 Development, LLC c/o V Capital Management, the developer of the property spotlighted in “Zoning Subcommittee Approves Staten Island's First MIH Development”, by Conor Skelding, in Politico New York Pro, June 20, 2017. Read the PDF hear.
    • Caroline Harris was cited in "City Planning Holds Hearing on Skyscraper East Harlem Development" in CityLand, May 16, 2017. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris was the author of “Development Rights as Collateral: A Lender’s Perspective on Development Rights Deals: Due Diligence; Perfection; Surprises!” in PLI publication Commercial Real Estate Financing 2016. Read the PDF here.
    • Goldman Harris represents Agime as zoning counsel and before the Department of Buildings in the matter covered in "Hudson Square Developers Feud Over Views Compromised by Adjacent Condo Buildings" in Curbed New York, April 6, 2017. Read the commentary here.
    • Goldman Harris represents Agime as zoning counsel and before the Department of Buildings in the matter covered in "Dueling Soho Developers Beef Over Unobstructed Views" in The Real Deal, April 5, 2017, and was Extell Development's expert witness in its dispute with Vornado, also mentioned in the article. Read the commentary here.
    • Howard Goldman represented Fisher Brothers, the developer of the property spotlighted in "111 Murray Street Rising Into Downtown Skyline" in New York YIMBY, January, 2017. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris is representing V Capital Management, the developer of the property spotlighted in “Revealed: 125 Edgewater Street, Three-Building, 400-Unit Residential Project In Rosebank, Staten Island” in New York YIMBY, January, 2017. Read the commentary here.
    • Howard Goldman was listed as a ”Top Attorney In Metro New York”, as published in The New York Times Magazine, October 2016.
    • Caroline Harris represented L3 Capital, the developer of the property spotlighted in "Two-Story, 4,800-Square-Foot Retail Building Coming To 91 North 6th Street, Williamsburg" in New York YIMBY, September, 2016. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris was cited in the August 6, 2016, edition of The New York Times “Ask Real Estate by Ronda Kaysen” column. Read the article here.
    • Caroline Harris represented 20 Bond Street and was cited in "Proposed Commercial Tower Would Fill Odd-Shaped Lot at Lafayette and Great Jones Streets" in CityLand, July 21, 2016. Read the commentary here.
    • Howard Goldman is listed as a New York City peer-nominated lawyer in Best Lawyers Business Edition, Summer 2016.
    • Caroline Harris represented 20 Bond Street and was cited in “No-Go Yet At Landmarks For Morris Adjmi-Designed Office Building, 363 Lafayette Street, NoHo” in New York YIMBY, July 14, 2016. Read the commentary here
    • Howard Goldman represented Flushing Square, LLC, and was cited in “BSA Conditionally Approves Proposed Redevelop of Landmarked Theatre into Mixed-Use Residential and Commercial Building” in CityLand, May 10, 2016, and in CityLaw, May/June, 2016. Read the commentary here
    • Howard Goldman was the author of “Say Hello to Mandatory Exclusionary Housing” in CityLand, April 21, 2016. This article has been selected as one of CityLand’s Top Ten Stories of 2016 in their January 2, 2017, posting. Read the commentary here
    • Howard Goldman represented the Chapin School and was cited in the article "BSA Conditionally Approves Variance for Addition of Gymnasium and Play Roof to The Chapin School" by Jessica Soultanian-Braunstein in CityLand, April 5, 2016. Read the full article here
    • Caroline G. Harris represented Terra Capital Partners, mezzanine lender for “Developer Nabs $84 million Deal to Build TriBeCa Condo,” reported in the Crain’s New York Business - Real Estate Daily, March 17, 2016. Read the full article here
    • Caroline G. Harris represented China Oceanwide Holdings in its $390 million acquisition of “Sites Near South Street Seaport Sold to Chinese Investment Group,” reported in Crain’s New York Business – Real Estate Daily, March 17, 2016. Read the full article here
    • Caroline Harris was quoted the article “Development Rights: Lender’s View” by Joshua Stein in the January 13, 2015, edition of Mortgage Observer. Read the full article here
    • Caroline Harris was quoted in the December 23, 2014, edition of CityLand on the conversion of an artists’ building in the Soho Cast Iron Historic District to residential use. This article was selected as one of CityLand’s Top Ten Stories of 2015. Read the full article here
    • Howard Goldman was an author of “New York City’s Parking Odyssey: A Play in Several Acts” in CityLand, July 8, 2013. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris was quoted in the April 5, 2013, edition of the New York Daily News’ Music and Arts section regarding the construction of the Louis Armstrong House Museum and its desire to build a $20 million education annex. Read the full article here
    • Caroline Harris was cited in CityLand (April 3, 2013) on the re-use of a cast-iron façade from a demolished building on a newly-constructed building in the Soho Cast Iron Historic District. Read the commentary here
    • Howard Goldman was an author of “The East Midtown Rezoning and the Future of New York City” in CityLand, March 26, 2013. Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris was quoted in Law360 (February 25, 2013) in an article called “Tips for Negotiating Air Rights in NYC”. Read the full article here.
    • Howard Goldman was the principal author of “Heavy Lifting: The Regulation of Health Establishments Under the Zoning Resolution” in CityLand, January 23, 2013. This commentary was recognized as one of the Top Ten CityLand Stories of 2013.  Read the commentary here.
    • Caroline Harris was listed as a “New York Super Lawyer” for 2013 in Super Lawyers magazine.
    • GoldmanHarris LLC was listed as one of the Best Law Firms in America in the December, 2012, edition of US News & World Report
    • In December 2011, The Real Deal "Land-Use Royalty, a look at the top planning and zoning lawyers in NYC" named Howard Goldman and Caroline Harris as two of NYC's elite land use attorneys. Read the full article here.
    • Caroline Harris was quoted in the article "Schools Snap Up Land - Elite Private Academies Move Toward Expansion During Economic Downturn" by Laura Kusisto, Sophia Hollander and Robbie Whelan in the October 25, 2011 edition of The Wall Street Journal. Read the full article here.

    • In October 2011, Howard Goldman commented in CityLand on City Planning's Key Terms Clarification Text Amendment, which included important definitional changes to the Zoning Resolution. Read the commentary here.
    • In July 2011, Caroline Harris, President of Women in Housing and Finance (WHF), rang the NASDAQ Closing Bell on WHF’s 30th Anniversary. Read more about the event here and watch the video here.
    • In May 2011, Howard Goldman was profiled by CityLand. Read the profile here.
    • In April 2011, Howard Goldman commented in CityLand on the steps that the City is taking to make the Zoning Resolution more accessible to the public. Read the commentary here.
    • Howard Goldman named one of The Best Lawyers in America for 2011.
    • Howard Goldman included in New York Magazine's 2010 Top Attorneys: New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
    • In March 2010, Howard Goldman and Caroline Harris commented in CityLand on the role that zoning plays in meeting the challenge of population growth. Read the commentary here.
    • Howard Goldman included in New York Super Lawyers' 2010 Top Attorneys: New York Metro Area.
    • Howard Goldman included in Corporate Counsel 2010 Top Lawyers: Annual Guide to Land Use and Zoning Law.
    • Howard Goldman included in Corporate Counsel's 2010 Top Lawyers: Annual Guide to Land Use and Zoning Law
    • Caroline Harris included in New York Super Lawyers' 2010 Top Attorneys: New York Metro Area

 

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