Joshua serves as President of the Lynmark Group. After graduating from American University in Washington, D.C., Joshua joined Lynmark in 2002 with the goal of fostering new project development as well as taking a hands-on role in managing the company’s current portfolio. In just 19 years, Joshua has been responsible for managing the delivery of more than $250 million in real estate construction and development projects. In addition, he manages over 700,000 square feet of commercial offices and shopping centers, owns and operates over 300 keys of hospitality assets along with focused investments in renewable energy and expanding the family portfolio. Joshua’s interest in the ongoing success of Rockland County business and development led the Rockland Economic Development Corporation to present him the 2012 Forty Under 40 award and 2017 Pinnacle Award from Rockland Business Association. Joshua currently sits on the Board of JCC Rockland and Symphony Space.
John joined the Lynmark Group in 2015 as Senior Vice President after a long career in state government and private consulting. After serving in various positions within the New York State Assembly and New York State Senate, John joined the New York State Empire State Development Corporation in 1998 as Senior Vice President-Chief Administrative and Information Officer. In 2004, John began serving as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of the New York State Thruway Authority and Canal Corporation and in 2013 he further served as interim Chief Operating Officer. At the end of 2014, John left state government to pursue his own consulting and real estate interests. In 2015, he began serving as Senior Project Director for the HJI Group, an international infrastructure consulting corporation based in Beijing, China, and California. John is a graduate of the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, where he earned both his Bachelor and Masters degrees in Economics.
Lucille has served as General Counsel for The Lynmark Group since 2011, after more than thirty years as a partner in her own general practice law firm. She graduated from Fordham University School of Law, where she founded Fordham Law Women and was later honored as Woman of the Year for her efforts in increasing the diversity of the school. From there, Lucille went on to become a partner in her own general practice, while also acting as the Chairperson of the Friends of Mario Cuomo Committee for 12 years. Though Lucille has a background in diverse areas of the law, her specialty is commercial real estate. While in private practice, she represented developers in a variety of matters, including sales and acquisitions, leasing, financing transactions, and coop offering plans. She also represented lending institutions in connection with commercial loan transactions. One of her clients while in private practice was The Lynmark Group. Joining the organization has brought her career full circle. Lucille has served on the Boards of various institutions, including the First Women’s Bank and The Savings Bank of Rockland County.
Jeffrey has over 40 years of experience in real estate investment, management, and development including market-rate and affordable apartments, condominiums, office, hotel, retail and single-family development. Since his graduation from Drexel University, Jeffrey has been a “hands on” real estate entrepreneur and management executive involved in more than 1 billion square feet of real estate projects. In 2004, Jeffrey Goldstein and Richard Oller formed Multifamily Management Services Group and in 2009 they formed GoldOller Real Estate Investments. Jeff serves as the MMS Group’s President and CEO where he supervises the organization’s extensive operations, including accounting, construction, asset, and property management groups as well as overseeing the operations of the MMS Group’s family of companies.
Richard, a lawyer by training, began his career in real estate as an attorney practicing commercial real estate law at Blank Rome LLC, one of Philadelphia’s largest commercial law firms. In 1985, he formed The Wentworth Group, a real estate service firm which specializes in property management, asset management and workouts; providing specialized residential management in the Northeast corridor, with management operations from New York to Washington DC. Wentworth matured into one of the largest residential property management firms in the United States, providing management services to more than 140,000 units. In 1997, Richard sold his controlling interest in Wentworth to Toronto based FirstService Company. Continuing as Chairman of Wentworth, he did double duty as President of FirstService Financial, Inc. and later as Senior Vice President – Development for FirstService Corporation. In 2002, Richard sold his residual interest in Wentworth to FirstService and left FirstService to pursue private real estate investment and management opportunities, including an interest in affordable housing. In 2004, he and Jeffrey Goldstein formed the MMS Group and began service as its Chairman where he was tasked to supervise its growth and strategic planning. In 2009, Richard, Jeffrey and Jake Hollinger formed GoldOller Real Estate Investments, where he serves as Chairman and CEO. Richard graduated from Temple University, Summa Cum Laude and President’s Scholar, and graduated first in his class from the Beasley School of Law at Temple University.
As a founding member of GoldOller Real Estate Investments, Jake serves as President and Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Jake directs new investments for the GoldOller portfolio and oversees management operations for all investments. Jake has over 20 years of experience working with real estate investments in acquisitions, development, finance, and management. Before GoldOller, Jake was a Vice President in the Trammell Crow Company’s Development and Investments group. Jake graduated from Harvard University with honors and received his MBA from Harvard Business School.