The Goldman Group traces its history back to the 1950s, when it was founded by Murray Goldman. Since then, the company has grown to include a wide-ranging portfolio that encompasses residential, commercial and industrial properties. Goldman, now joined by his son Joshua, have assembled a team of professionals who have decades of experience in the real estate development industry. Together, they bring their expertise to every phase of the development process and carefully oversee projects from start to finish.
Goldman Group is proud of their track record when it comes to innovation. They have a history of selecting sites that are under-utilized, but are situated in prime locations. They then begin partnering with industry leaders to transform them into vibrant spaces in which to live and work. This process has resulted in the completion of over a hundred successful projects throughout the Greater Toronto Area. In addition, it has allowed longtime neighborhood residents to benefit from neighborhood improvements, such as streetscape improvements and ground-level retail options.
The Goldman Group: Previous Projects
The Rushton Residences. Completed in conjuction with Stafford Homes and the Lash Group of Companies, The Rushton rises to a height of 9 storeys and includes 35 units. This intimate development is located along St. Clair Avenue West, and is served by frequent streetcar service. One of Toronto’s most diverse collections of shops and restaurants is within walking distance, as is the Artscape Wychwood Barns community hub.
Picasso Condos. At 39 storeys tall and including 402 units, Picasso Condos stands out for its unique architectural design. Completed in 2016, the building includes a wide range of amenities available to residents. Additionally, it is situated in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District-within walking distance of both the Financial District and the thriving Spadina Avenue corridor. Streetcar service is available along King and Queen Streets, as well as Spadina Avenue, while several subway stations are just steps away.