Bob Goldman concentrates his law practice in real estate development, leasing, syndication, federal and state housing programs, and zoning.

Bob's practice encompasses all aspects of commercial real estate development and finance. He represents developers and lenders in all phases of residential, office, retail, hotel, and industrial development and redevelopment projects, including site selection and land acquisition; construction of infrastructure and buildings; sales and leasing activities; and construction and permanent financing. In addition to development work, Bob has an extensive practice in real estate investment and finance, representing lenders and investors, as well as borrowers, in structuring financing through traditional mortgage loans, joint venture formations, package mortgage purchases and sales, and other financing and investment mechanisms.

A predominant portion of Bob's practice consists of the provision of legal services in the context of real estate development, including land acquisition, zoning and entitlements, construction of infrastructure and improvements, tax increment and other governmental sponsored financing, environmental compliance, negotiation of architect and construction contracts, real estate development financing, rental, condominium and cooperating housing development (including sales and marketing programs), Interstate Land Sales Act compliance and local regulatory filings and compliance, syndication and low income housing tax credits and new market tax credits and ownership structuring involving partnerships, limited liability companies and other business forms. In addition, Bob has extensive experience in the development and syndication of affordable housing projects including HUD-insured, FNMA and other state and federal assisted financing and has been extensively involved in low-income housing finance, tax credit and securitized transaction. Bob has also had experience in military base closure and privatization transactions throughout the United States.