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Brief Profile37 year veteran of commercial-investment brokerage in excess of $260M of all property types.
Jerry Goldner serves as Senior Investment Sales Advisor for Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, specializing in multifamily, office and development sales. Over the past three decades, Jerry has established a reputation for being an ethical & accomplished advisor with transactions in excess of $260 million. He has developed close relationships with Chicago’s top property owners, developers, bankers and the brokerage community.
In March of 2014, Goldner acted as the sole broker of the Walton on the Park South Tower at Two West Delaware and the North Tower development site at One West Walton. He was also the sole broker of the Cityfront Center Plaza Phase II site, now referred to as the Optima Chicago Center at 200 East Illinois. His other brokerage accomplishments include Willow Hill Executive Center, 300-324 West Huron, Hartford Plaza Shopping Center in Wisconsin, 1855-1921 West Diversey , 951-55 West Huron and the 50 acre Galewood Yard Development.
After graduating college Jerry joined Arthur Goldner & Associates where he worked in multifamily property management and as the broker of 14 properties in Evanston, Oak Park and Rogers Park. He was promoted to Vice President of Acquisitions and was responsible for acquisition of the Meidinger Tower in Louisville, Kentucky. Jerry grew up in a real estate family. His father, Irvin is a master carpenter and furniture maker. His cousin, Jerry Jaeger and brother, Arthur Goldner founded successful commercial real estate companies. He learned the management side of the business during his high school and college summers performing maintenance work and leasing.
Jerry pays it forward as a wildlife photographer who has donated over 50 published works. His bird photos can be seen at the Audubon Society, The Field Museum, U.S. Fish & Wildlife, the Illinois & Chicago Ornithological Society. His work has been featured five times on WTTW's Chicago Tonight and in two permanent exhibits at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. You can see his latest work at The Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and his traveling “Owls of Illinois” exhibit has been critically acclaimed. He was also a winner of the 1st annual nature photo contest for Chicago Park District & Forest Preserve District of Cook County. His website is Profiles of Nature.