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  • Eric has been consistently named to the New York Super Lawyers list, a Thomson Reuters lawyer rating service, since 2007.
  • Eric has been consistently selected by his peers for inclusion in the The Best Lawyers in America in the field of Real Estate Law, from 2012 - 2020.


J.D., Washington University School of Law, 1978

  • Order of the Coif
  • Phi Kappa Phi
  • Senior Editor, Washington University Law Quarterly, 1977 – 1978

B.S., Cornell University, 1974

  • Phi Kappa Phi

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Florida, 1992
  • New York, 1979
  • U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1979

Eric L. Goldberg counsels prominent clients in high-stakes, high-profile hotel and commercial real estate development transactions in key geographic areas and industries.

Eric is well-known in the industry for his skilled handling of real estate acquisitions, development, joint ventures and restructurings on behalf of his clients in cutting edge transactions. He also assists clients in negotiating complex real estate financing, including building, senior and mezzanine loans.

In the past several years alone, Eric has represented major clients in numerous widely publicized nationwide deals, including several transactions of note in the high tech corridors of Seattle (acquisition of several Amazon office buildings) and Silicon Valley, totaling over $1.5 billion dollars; the recent sale of the Miracle Mile Shops in Las Vegas; the purchases of the Citigroup Center Building and The Sheffield in New York City; and the purchase and development of high-end residential condominium projects in New York City.

Eric’s work in highly publicized transactions has influenced the changing landscape of South Beach in Miami. He has represented hotel owners in Miami Beach on the refinancing of senior and mezzanine debt for the W South Beach and the purchase and then sale of the iconic Raleigh Hotel.

Eric’s practice is also focused on assisting clients in the purchase of debt, including The Miami Mart and Hotel in Florida, The Ocean Place Resort Development in New Jersey, various loan portfolios in the New York metropolitan area, and the workout and foreclosure of those mortgages.

Eric has been a panelist and moderator at distinguished conferences across the country. He has spoken and offered his expertise on “Distressed Real Estate: Strategies and Opportunities,” served as a panelist for “Show Me the Money: Commercial Real Estate Capital Markets,” and “Real Estate Succession and Wealth Transfer.”

Eric has been consistently recognized as a Best Lawyer in the field of Real Estate Law and regularly named to the New York Super Lawyers list since 2007.

Eric received his J.D. from Washington University School of Law, where he served as senior editor of the Washington University Law Quarterly, and was Order of the Coif and Phi Kappa Phi. He received his B.S. from Cornell University.

Professional & Community Affiliations

  • New York State and American Bar Associations
  • Local and State Real Estate Taxation Committee
  • Represented developer in connection with construction loan in plans to develop a $31 million hotel and restaurant in Tuckahoe.
  • Represented client in acquisition of an Inc. office building in Bellevue, WA from Schnitzer West LLC for approximately $310 million. 
  • Represented client in acquisition of a hi-tech office complex for $291 million. The 15-acre office campus, which comprises three three-story office buildings of 350,000 square feet, is located in Sunnyvale, California, the heart of Silicon Valley.  
  • Represented client in an acquisition of an Inc. 290,000 square foot mixed-used building in Seattle, WA for approximately $270 million. 
  • Represented client in acquisition of a 12-story, 318,700 square foot office building located in Seattle, Washington featuring Amazon’s headquarters for $244 million.
  • Represented client in the sale of Miracle Mile Shops, a 200-store indoor mall within the Planet Hollywood Resort located on the Las Vegas strip, to an investment partnership for approximately $1.1 billion. The 475,000 square-foot mall is celebrated as one of the 10 busiest malls in the country. Olshan initially represented the venture in the purchase of the mall in 2003 and handled the repositioning of the leases in the mall for several years and represented the venture in several refinancings, culminating in the sale. 
  • Represented W South Beach owners in $140 million refinancing.
  • Represented Raleigh Hotel owners in hotel purchase, management agreement and later sale of hotel.
  • Represented seller in achieving highest price ever for Lincoln Road, Miami Beach retail properties.
  • Represented Bonjour Capital as it took title to 333 Greene Avenue, Brooklyn, New York from two bitterly fighting debtors.
  • Represented purchaser in the acquisition of Citigroup Center in New York City.
  • Represented purchaser in the acquisition of the Desert Passage shopping mall in the Aladdin Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Represented purchaser in the acquisition of The Sheffield in New York City.
  • Represented purchaser in the acquisition and development of high-end residential condominium projects in New York City.

Media Mentions/News

Speaking Engagements

Moderator, "Mezzanine, Preferred Equity, and Joint Venture Funding," GreenPearl New York: Beyond Distress, September 22, 2011

Panelist, "Show Me the Money: Commercial Real Estate Capital Markets," Massey Knakal Commercial Real Estate Investment Summit, May 2011

Moderator, "Distressed Real Estate: Strategies and Opportunities Breakfast Panel Discussion" sponsored by Olshan and KPMG, November 2010


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