Ben represents clients in commercial real estate transactions and related disputes. As a member of the firm’s real estate team, Ben provides in-depth analysis and guidance to the firm’s clients.

Ben is involved in transactions including the purchase and sale, financing and leasing of commercial, residential, industrial and multi-use buildings wherever clients engage in them, with a focus on the New York City metropolitan area. He represents parties on either side of such transactions, including through the drafting and review of deal documentation, engaging in negotiations, and assisting with the arrangement of financing where required. He has significant experience working with corporate documentation including formation documents and revisions and amendments to controlling documents, as well as advising on the best structure to fit each client’s needs. Ben has utilized these abilities at two prior firms in the New York City area prior to joining Nesenoff & Miltenberg.

Ben has also been involved in numerous real estate litigation matters, most notably contract disputes, and is experienced in the role of both an advocate and a court-appointed referee in foreclosure matters.

While attending law school at Georgetown University, Ben interned for the American Cancer Society, a cause he continues to support, as well as being an editor for the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law.

Below is a list of practice areas in which Benjamin Goldstein specializes:

Real Estate Transactions

Financing and Operating Agreements


  • Columbia University, BA; Georgetown University Law Center, JD


  • New York