Steve Goldschmidt is a lifelong New Yorker and 40-year real estate veteran with an encyclopedic understanding of the market and the city's uniquely diverse neighborhoods.
After joining Warburg in 2001, Steve quickly became a top broker (past Rookie of the Year and Top Ten Agent) and continues to serve a discerning clientele of buyers and sellers. He has been instrumental in facilitating the acquisition, sale, leasing, conversion, and management of many of Manhattan’s elite luxury properties,
Steve's knowledge and experience led to his invitation to join Warburg’s management team in 2005. He currently serves as Senior Vice President and Director of Sales, and also oversees the firm’s representation of numerous high-end developers around Manhattan.
Highly respected by clients and peers for his keen intelligence and breadth of knowledge, Steve actively shares his expertise in various volunteer positions with the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) – as a current co-Chair of its New Development Committee and a member of the REBNY Member In Need and Ethics Committees, as a past co-Chair of REBNY’s RLS multiple listing system, past co-Chair of REBNY Residential Sales Council, and as a founding member of the Board of REBNY’s prestigious NYRS Master’s program. In 2018, Steve received the Henry Forster Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest honor the REBNY Residential Division can bestow.
Steve is a longtime member of his Upper West Side Co-op’s Board of Directors. His belief in community service extends beyond the world of New York real estate - he is a founding member of the Board of Directors of Intercare Foundation, a charitable organization that provides financial scholarship support and educational programs for individuals and families seeking to recover from alcohol and substance abuse. He is also an active supporter of the Williamstown Theater Festival and Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival.
Residents of more than 3,000 New York City buildings are bracing for a potential strike of doormen and other apartment workers, and anxieties are high as negotiations enter the final hours. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-04-19/nyc-braces-for-doorman-strike-as-negotiations-enter-final-hours?cmpid%3D=socialflow-twitter-billionaires&sref=5sO1Kzcl
A New York City condo board has limited ways to exercise control over sales in the building (unlike a co-op board, which has much broader authority over deals). But condo boards have what is called the right of… More
Steven Goldschmidt comments. Featured Properties: 209 East 72nd Street by Linda Reiner and Lisa Deslauriers 255 West 84th Street, 2AE by Allison L. Chiaramonte and Tania Isacoff Friedland 1170 Fifth Avenue, Penthouse A by Jane Andrews… More
Gerard Splendore and Steven Goldschmidt comment. https://www.forbes.com/sites/lisachamoff/2020/03/17/new-york-city-real-estate-industry-keeps-business-going-with-remote-closings-virtual-board-interviews/#3dd04cae30ae
Steven Goldschmidt and Mary Dunne receive awards at REBNY’s annual gala. https://therealdeal.com/2018/11/02/juggling-multiple-sales-and-negotiating-among-five-countries-helped-snag-these-top-rebny-resi-deal-awards/
Steve Goldschmidt talks to Brick Underground about tactics you can take if your apartment has been sitting on the market for a long period of time. https://www.brickunderground.com/sell/tips-for-selling-a-stale-apartment
Frederick W. Peters, Steve Goldschmidt, Camille Duvall, Brennan Zahler, and Charles Russell are included within a group of select individuals referred to as the “crowned heads” of the Manhattan real estate business. The Crowned Heads of… More
Warburg CEO Frederick Peters, along with Steve Goldschmidt, Camille Duvall-Hero, Susan Fishman, Charles Russell, Brennan Zahler, Jason Haber, Mary Dunne, Maria Daou, and Bill Kowalczuk attend REBNY’s annual Deal of the Year Charity Gala. http://rew-online.com/2016/10/30/in-pictures-rebny-residential-gala-guests/
Warburg’s CIO Steve Goldschmidt was tapped by REBNY to chair the newly created RLS Board of Directors to oversee its operations of improving the current RLS system. http://clareity.com/an-mls-by-any-other-name-might-be-the-future/
Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman portray Brooklyn sellers in “5 Flights Up.” Soon after they married in the mid-1970s, a promising young artist and his schoolteacher wife moved into a rundown two-bedroom apartment on the top… More
For decades, residential brokerages in the city have successfully resisted creating something long commonplace just about everywhere else—a single clearinghouse of reliable information on apartments for sale or rent, known as a multiple-listing service. Instead, information… More
Carriage House, Twenty9th Park Madison and Ellington on the Park Now Sold Out Warburg Marketing Group (WMG), the new development division of Warburg Realty, one of Manhattan’s oldest and most respected residential real estate companies, began… More
UPPER WEST SIDE CONDO $1,249,000 COMMON CHARGE: $580 a month; taxes: $341 a month MANHATTAN: 310 West 97th Street (between Riverside Drive and West End Avenue), #34 A two-bedroom two-bath condo in a prewar elevator building…. More
RED HOOK 31 Wolcott Street $995,000 Built in 1899, this fully renovated, three story townhouse includes an upper duplex with open plan kitchen and dining area, living room, two bedrooms and an office space, plus two full bathrooms. Separate… More
If there’s one thing that residential real estate experts agree on, it’s that there’s demand for new development condos in New York City. But that demand doesn’t mean that everything is hunky-dory in the new condo… More
“We are a nation of Google and Facebook.” That particular phrase from the President’s State of the Union Address resonates strongly with real estate professionals. There’s a great deal of pressure in our business of late… More
The Real Estate Board of New York is planning to launch a new website this fall, after ramping up its online efforts with a new dedicated social media specialist, Amanda Wood. The revamped site, which will… More
IN an age when people reflexively turn to the Web to screen everyone from blind dates to baby-sitters, the Internet search has become a part of one of the most opaque and arcane screening processes of… More
A reliable source tells BrickUnderground that a posh Upper East Side co-op quashed a sale after running a Facebook check–on the buyer’s children. “The board looked at all of the kids’ Facebook pages and there was… More
The exploits you won’t see on reality TV. When brokers say their business doesn’t operate in a nine-to-five world, they mean it. From the absurd to the asinine, many agents have heard, seen and experienced it… More
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