Goldman Properties Honors Real Estate Developer Tony Goldman By Renaming The Hotel Of South Beach

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The iconic Hotel of South Beach, owned by Goldman Properties, has just been renamed The Tony Hotel South Beach in honor of its founder, Tony Goldman. Goldman, a well-established real estate developer, assisted in reviving some of Miami’s most famous neighborhoods including South Beach and Wynwood.

Tony’s son-in-law and acting CEO of Goldman Properties spoke out on the renaming of the property explaining, “Tony Goldman was an entrepreneur, historic preservationist, romantic, and sensitive developer, restauranteur, hotelier, and patron of the arts. Renaming the hotel that Tony restored in his honor is a fitting tribute to his legacy.”

Photo Credit: Goldman Properties

Photo Credit: Goldman Properties

Known for its Art deco style, the hotel attracts visitors hoping to revisit the vibrant style of South Beach from 1939, when the property was established. Although the hotel underwent renovations in 1998 under designer Todd Oldham’s supervision, it still upholds the original architecture but with stylistic flair. One of the hotel’s prominent features that received a serious redesign was the rooftop pool, complete with cabanas and an ocean view for guests to enjoy.

Located on Collins Avenue, the hotel has a unique charm and is a staple in the community. The property’s energy is reflected in their loyal staff, many of who have worked at the hotel for over 20 years. To further memorialize Tony’s contribution to the neighborhood of South Beach, Goldman Properties plans to bring back the News Café from the 90s, frequented by the late Gianni Versace. The whole project lives up to the Goldman Properties’ principle— “back to the past but also into the future.”

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