Brooks & Goldman Realty LLP
1829 Reisterstown Road, Suite 440
Baltimore, Maryland 21282-2591
410-484-6900

Brooks & Goldman Realty

Brooks & Goldman Realty is a privately held commercial real estate development firm based Pikesville, Maryland.

Brooks & Goldman Realty LLP, headquartered in Pikesville, Maryland, is a family owned and operated real estate firm which owns, develops, redevelops, leases and manages neighborhood and community shopping centers in the Mid-Atlantic region (namely Maryland and Virginia).  Michael Brooks and Donald Goldman (brothers-in-law) are the principals and have been partners for four decades.  They are fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Philip Klein and Melvyn Goldman over the years as an integral part of the total development process of their family owned shopping centers.

Mr. Brooks started his career in 1966 with the development of the Greenspring Shopping Center.  Mr. Goldman began his career in 1970.  Adam Kaftol joined the firm in 1990 to complete the leasing and management team.

From 1966 to the present, Mr. Brooks and Mr. Goldman have together or with others developed or renovated 18 shopping centers containing approximately 1,800,000 square feet of commercial space.  They also developed the 73 unit Copper Hill Townhouse Condominiums in Baltimore County in the mid 1970’s. 

Shopping Center Management Company, Inc., an affiliate of Brooks & Goldman Realty, currently manages eight shopping centers containing just over 730,000 square feet.

Brooks and Goldman Realty
1829 Reisterstown Road Suite 440 PO Box 32591 Baltimore, Maryland 21282-2591410-484-6900 www.brooksandgoldmanrealty.com

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