Goldberg Acquires Building for Museum
May 8, 2007
The New York Observer reported today on the purchase by The Lower East Side Tenement Museum of a five-story building located in lower Manhattan for $7,000,000. The Museum will use the building to expand its exhibitions of urban immigrant history. The Museum hosts tours of restored apartments that were once the homes of urban working class and poor immigrants in the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries. Real estate partner Eric L. Goldberg and associate Karline N. Wilson represented the Museum pro bono in the acquisition of the property.