Barry Goodman joined Newmark’s Manhattan headquarters in 2002. He has more than 35 years of experience in commercial real estate, and provides strategic advisory and transaction services to owners and tenants throughout the New York Metropolitan area.
As an owner’s representative, Goodman has acted on behalf of many prominent landlords and properties, including The Milstein Organization, Lawrence Ruben Company, The New York Power Authority, The Halpern Family, The Related Companies and Rose Associates. Some of Goodman’s most significant representations include 1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza; 625 Madison Avenue; 1372 Broadway; 600 Madison Avenue; 123 Main Street, White Plains; the offices at the Continental (883 Avenue of the Americas); and 451 Park Avenue South.
Goodman represents a diverse group of tenants, including clients from the financial, foreign diplomacy, not-for-profit, healthcare, entertainment, legal and retail sectors. Among the most noteworthy clients he has worked with are Emigrant Savings Bank, CIGNA, the governments of Peru, Ecuador, Guatemala, Panama and Kenya, The New York Power Authority, Lifespire Inc., Columbia University, Mount Sinai Hospital, Montefiore Hospital, the Recording Industry Association of America, Bed Bath & Beyond, Dewey Ballentine, Raymond James Financial, the American Association of Retired Persons, Lan Chile Airlines, Avianca Airlines, The Charles Wang Foundation, The Benetton Family and Cipriani.
Goodman has also arranged numerous sales, including the disposition of 1811 Metzerott Road, a 90-unit multi-family complex in Adelphi, MD. He has completed sales to Berkshire Bank for its New York headquarters, New York Road Runners Club, Sale of 1180 Morris Park Avenue to Montefiore Hospital, the Peruvian Consulate in New York, the United Arab Emirates Mission to the United Nations, the Oaktree Plaza on Long Island and the sale of a commercial condominium to the government of Ecuador at 800 Second Avenue.
Goodman is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, the New York Real Estate Board Plaza Committee, The Americas Society and the Young Men’s Real Estate Division of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He served on the subcommittee on Budget Finance and Taxation for the Mayor’s Economic Development Advisory Committee and is on the advisory board of Neighborhood Housing Services of New York and is on the board of directors of The Shield Institute.
Goodman is a graduate of the State University of New York.