The Heritage School


Heritage Schools

The Heritage School transaction represents the sale of 10 acres for charter school on the Heritage School site.

“Sandra Goldstein is a seasoned Realtor who delivers results.“

Pedro and Marialejandra Rangel
The Heritage School


“Sandra’s professionalism, integrity, and resourcefulness were key elements in our 2014 purchase of a $6.7 million school property in Miami that was not on the market. As sole broker, she worked effectively with parties on both sides of the transaction during the negotiation and  due diligence phases, and her discretion helped to ensure the smooth transition to charter school with existing students.”

 Hernan Leonoff
MG3 Developer Group, LLC, and Managing Member, Smart Charter, LLC


Temple Sinai Hollywood Hills


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The Temple Sinai Hollywood Hills deal represents a 10-year lease with 2 five-year options negotiated for a two-story building of approximately 20,000 square feet for a charter school.

“I had the privilege of working with Sandra Goldstein in the negotiations of the lease for BridgePrep of Hollywood Hills.  Sandra was the consummate professional, diligently representing her client while simultaneously recognizing the benefits to both sides of reaching a deal.  Over the many months that we discussed the various and varied issues we both faced, she was always proficient and skillful in our discussions and I am convinced we reached an agreement because of her committed efforts.  It was a pleasure to work with her and I heartily recommend her as a commercial real estate broker.“

Jared Anton, Chair
Building Committee
Temple Sinai of Hollywood


Sale Of Undeveloped Parcel of Land


Batts Testimonial

Sandra Goldstein represented the sellers in the sale of a 1.9 acres undeveloped parcel of land located just north of the Dolphin Expressway and west of the Florida Turnpike which had, in recent years, been described as the “hole in the doughnut,” an area of approximately 500+ acres that was left out of the Urban Boundary Development Plan until October, 2013. The underlying zoning allows limited industrial and office construction.  The co-broker representing the purchaser on the transaction was Frank Lago, Keller Williams.

“Sandra’s exceptional experience, knowledge and patience served us well. Had it not been for her commitment and tenacity, we would not have sold the undeveloped property we owned. Her local market knowledge and relationships in the community helped identify and secure a purchaser. We recommend her services to all who appreciate a true professional. Sandra’s performance as our advocate was a true blessing and comfort.“

Claudette O. Batts, Esq.
Attorney at Law
Florida & Jamaica West Indies


The Roads Professional Center Office Building


The Roads Professioinal Center

Ken Rosen and Jim Pollack were the successful bidders for a nine-story building in Miami’s Roads neighborhood. Known as The Roads Professional Center, which was in bankruptcy. Sandra Goldstein was brought in as a partner and on-site manager in 2004.  Within a year, she brought the vacancy rate to 100% from 30%, while overseeing almost $1 million in concrete restoration and other improvements. The partners, impressed with her outstanding performance, gave her their full support to run the project. Sandra subsequently marketed and co-brokered the building, which sold in July 2007 for $7.3 million with a 5% cap rate, all cash. Although the sale was made at the height of the economic downturn, it produced an exceptional return that gave the partnership a profit of more than $3 million after improvements and expenses.  At closing, the buyer’s attorney told Jim Pollack that the property records he reviewed during due diligence were the best and most complete he had ever seen, thanks to Sandra Goldstein’s meticulous management.

” Sandy has the unique ability to analyze the details as well as see the big picture.”

Kenneth D. Rosen
Kendar Realty, Inc.
Summary of a transaction recounted in  “Growth and Change Miami and Me” by Kenneth D. Rosen. Privately published, June 2014