About Us

Samson Management was founded by Sam and Arnold Goldstein in 1964. Located for almost 50 years in Rego Park, Queens, our main office has grown into a state of the art 18,000 square foot facility.

Samson's long history of owning and managing residential, commercial and retail properties has established us as experienced and professional owners. Samson also has a proven track record in the development and construction of new projects as well as the conversion of many buildings to cooperative and condominium ownership.

Samson owns and manages over 5,000 residential apartment units in all five boroughs of New York City, Westchester county, Nassau county and West Palm Beach, Florida as well as over 1.5 million square feet of office and retail properties in New York City, Northern New Jersey, Westchester County, Long Island, Florida and Pennsylvania.

Over the last 25 years, Samson has converted over 30 residential properties to cooperatives and condominiums in New York City and Westchester County, in such neighborhoods as the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Tribeca, the Financial District, Midtown, Eastchester, Forest Hills and Bayside.

Samson has also been active in the development arena with properties such as 50 Madison Avenue, 1150 Fifth Avenue, 405-411 Greenwich Street, the construction of single family estate homes in Westchester County, New York as well as Long Lake, a beautiful vacation home community in Columbia County, New York.

Samson has also been active in the development arena with properties such as 50 Madison Avenue, 1150 Fifth Avenue, 405-411 Greenwich Street, the construction of single family estate homes in Westchester County, New York as well as Long Lake, a beautiful vacation home community in Columbia County, New York.

Samson's strategy of owning and managing projects for multi-generational long term family ownership reinforces our commitment to quality, continued investment in the properties and providing the highest level of service to those who both live and work in Samson properties.