Janet Goldman Chairman, Principal

Janet Goldman, the newly appointed Chairman of Goldman Properties, spent a lifetime with company Founder Tony Goldman. While Tony was building Goldman Properties, Janet was the Founder of Fragments, and today serves as CEO and creative director. She is an artist and entrepreneur whose passion and vision has created trends, brought creativity and discovery to the jewelry and accessories industry for over 27 years. Janet’s Fragments is an industry resource, an arbiter of style and a top expert in the fashion jewelry field. The company she founded in 1984 continues to thrive and sparkle under her leadership, Janet draws upon a rich, eclectic and colorful taste level always keeping her vision fresh and focused on the future and the market’s needs. Having discovered and launched the careers of many of today’s most celebrated jewelry designers, Janet has pushed Fragments from being the pioneer in fashion jewelry to the market leader in discovering, merchandising and presenting the best new design in the fine and fashion jewelry industry.

In 1984 Janet, her husband Tony and their two children were innovators living in SoHo, New York City’s bustling downtown art district. For Janet, an artist, educator and fashion designer, Soho provided the inspiration to launch a unique new venture, a cutting-edge jewelry and accessories showroom for emerging talent. She selected the name Fragments to evoke the collaborative effect of bringing together many designers in order to create synergistic collections. That collection has since become a niche in the jewelry marketplace that has propelled Fragments to be the “go to” place for great talent.

Beginning with three designers, Fragments has become a hotbed of design talent representing over 30 top designers where to retailers, editors and stylists turn to see the latest and best in jewelry and accessories. The company is and always has been an incubator for rising stars and a platform for already established household names. Her unique point of view combined with her business savvy has enabled Fragments to push the boundaries as the leader in the fashion jewelry market.

To the many designers whom she has represented over the years, Janet has been their mentor, their merchandiser and an inspiration, providing them with the opportunity to showcase their talents and grow their businesses. Fragments current roster of talent includes designers Janet has represented in the past who have relaunched & reinvented themselves with new collections as well as a continuing flow of fresh cutting-edge originality. Janet has always looked to help encourage modern classics for some, reinvention for others and always searching out the best of new talent in the marketplace. This is and always will be Fragments trademark of success.

Jessica Goldman SrebnickCEO, Principal

Jessica Goldman Srebnick, CEO of Goldman Properties, was with the company founded by her late father, Tony Goldman, for 15 years before taking the reins at his behest in 2012. Founded in 1968, the award winning company recognizes the value in depressed urban areas, reimagining, reconstructing and transforming declining districts into thriving global destinations. Today, Goldman Properties is considered the go-to creative real estate company for the revitalization of at-risk neighborhoods. Goldman Srebnick oversees the company’s portfolio of assets in New York, Philadelphia, Miami Beach and Miami’s emerging Wynwood Arts District. The diverse company includes a mix of hotels, restaurants, office buildings, commercial, retail and residential properties and large scale public art projects including the Wynwood Walls, the highly acclaimed outdoor street art museum.

In July 2015, Goldman Srebnick founded Goldman Global Arts (GGA). Established to conceptualize and produce impactful, thought provoking creative projects for a variety of organizations, with the goal of changing the paradigm of how people interact with art. GGA’s first project is an integration of world class art into Miami’s Sunlife Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins.

Goldman Srebnick is an active member of the prestigious Young Presidents Organization (YPO). She co-chaired the YPO/WPO Global Leadership Conference in Miami in 2009 and since 2010 continues to participate in the YPO/Harvard Business School Presidents Leadership Program. She is a member of the board of Town Square Neighborhood Development Corporation (TSNDC) a non-profit and independent entity that oversees the development of Miami’s emerging Arsht Center District, and a member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cycle for Survival National Battle Leadership Council. She co-produced the docu-series Here Comes the Neighborhood, which explores the transformation of the street art genre and executive produced with her father, One Day on Earth – the game changing documentary with premiered in April 2012 at the United Nations. The film tells the compelling stories of everyday life in every country on earth, all on the same day.

Goldman Srebnick has received numerous accolades; including being named one of South Florida Business Journal’s Top 100 Power Leaders and Florida International University Center for Leadership named her one of 50 Prominent Women in Florida. She is the recipient of the prestigious Key to the City of Miami, which she was awarded for her work with YPO, was a key note speaker at the Urban Land Institute Fall 2015 conference and is a finalist for the Urban Land Institute’s Global Award of Excellence for her Wynwood Walls project.

In addition to the accolades, she has received worldwide press, gracing the cover of Executive South Florida Magazine, has been interviewed for the BBC, NBC and a Meet the Press Documentary with Chuck Todd. She has been featured and/or quoted in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Miami Herald, Huffington Post, Ocean Drive Magazine and the Real Deal to name a few. Furthermore, her efforts in Wynwood have led to Vogue and Forbes magazines listing the area as one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world as well as a recent Huffington Post article calling Miami the "New Center of the Arts in America".

Jessica lives in Miami Beach with her husband Scott Srebnick and their three sons.

Joey Goldman Principal

Joey Goldman, is a principal and member of the board of Goldman Properties. He began working for Goldman Properties at age 18, after deciding a more unconventional career path was suitable for him. His initial involvement began in the hospitality side of the business, a natural move given that Goldman grew up in Soho "living over the store".

Literally that was the Greene Street Café and Soho Kitchen and Bar where he worked as a youngster in 1990. At age 18, he moved to Miami's South Beach and opened The Riviera Kitchen and Bar on Ocean Drive. Having overseen every detail from inception to construction and completion, Goldman headed up the operation and proceeded, when necessary, to cover every line position in his restaurant. He filled in shifts as cook, waiter and bartender and, in doing so, developed an excellent understanding of the mechanics of a restaurant operation. Several years later, Joey gained confidence, a reputation, and a loyal following of customers as he went on to open "The Bar", a rock and roll lounge that gained cult status and immense popularity among Miami's glitterati and South Beach locals alike.

In 1994, Goldman returned to New York City and a new challenge: the development of the Village of Wall Street in lower Manhattan. To ignite interest in the neighborhood, he partnered with his father Tony to develop the concept for the Wall Street Kitchen and Bar at 70 Broad Street, a magnificent landmark building dating from 1906. There, he supervised construction and built out this colossal multi-tiered restaurant. Joey continued to have a presence in the Wall Street community by overseeing the development of Historic Stone Street, a residential and commercial development comprising rental lofts and retail stores. During this time he also developed a 40,000 square foot former office building on Rector Street, Battery Park, into full floor loft condominiums. In January 2000, Joey began overseeing the development of The Lofts of Greene Street, 12 full floor loft condominiums, as well as two 3,000 square feet retail stores. He has been involved in every aspect of the Lofts of Greene Street, from financing and pre-construction to marketing and sell out. In 2001, Joey returned to Miami Beach to live, work, and further expand the family's real estate portfolio. Goldman spent 18 months scouting future real estate opportunities and in 2003 focused on Wynwood as the place for the family to commit investment. Together with his father and partner Tony, from 2004-2006, he acquired more than 20 properties in the central warehouse district of Wynwood in Midtown Miami.

Managing the master planning process, he has advanced a vision for the area that has helped to reinvent this urban edged Warehouse District into Miami's hottest arts-oriented pedestrian neighborhood.

In late 2008, Joey opened Joey’s Italian Cafe, an authentic and affordable indoor/outdoor Italian restaurant at the corner of N.W. 2nd Avenue and 26th Street, designed to serve the evolving Wynwood community. It’s been a huge success, attracting an interesting mix of savvy locals, artists and visitors in staggering numbers and becoming a hot South Florida dining destination. Joey’s has attracted positive coverage in prestigious national publications such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Food & Wine magazine along with critical acclaim in the local press.