Honoree and Fund


Mr. Goldman is president of BLDG Management Co., Inc. and its affiliates, which own and manage a portfolio of real estate throughout the US. The portfolio consists of in excess of 400 real properties, including more than 7,000 residential units and more than 20 million square feet of commercial properties. His management company employs more than 80 people for property management, leasing and administrative support and over 750 people for the operation and maintenance of the properties.

Mr. Goldman is the managing member of a partnership that owns a 50 percent position in the World Trade Center leasehold of Towers 2, 3 and 4. The cost of rebuilding the World Trade Center development is estimated to be more than $7 billion.

Other projects and transactions he has been a part of include Sears Tower; Gurney’s hotel brand; The One in Jersey City, New Jersey; and other properties in several major markets.

Mr. Goldman serves on a number of boards for philanthropic and health care organizations. He is actively involved with Ben Gurion University of Negev (Israel), is a member of the advisory council and mortgage loan committee of M&T Bank, and the former chairman of the real estate and allied trades division executive committee of the UJA Federation of New York.


The Victoria and Lloyd Goldman Fund for Pediatric Allergy and Respiratory Care and Research

The Department of Pediatrics at National Jewish Health takes a unique approach to diagnose and treat complex allergy and respiratory disorders. Our multidisciplinary team of pediatric physicians take a whole-child approach, including advanced testing and individualized care including the patient’s family and other physicians. In addition, our pediatric physicians and researchers collaborate, bringing the latest clinical trials and most effective treatments to patients. We invest heavily in researching cures to those devastating diseases many of these children face. This comprehensive care and research makes us the best place for children who are living with diseases such as cystic fibrosis, severe asthma, eczema and food allergies.