BID Board Member
Daniel Whyte joined Goldman Properties in November 2019 and serves as its General Counsel
and Director of Leasing. Daniel is involved in all aspects of the company’s business, from
managing legal matters to company operations to leading all leasing efforts for the portfolio of
properties in Wynwood, Doral, South Beach, New York City, and Philadelphia. His primary
responsibilities include negotiating, drafting, and administering all real estate transactions,
managing tenant, finance, and partnership relations, supervising outside brokers and legal counsel,
and guiding property management. Daniel is also actively involved developing and executing
company strategies and its vision for the future.
Since joining Goldman Properties, Daniel has cultivated close relationships with both Wynwood
tenants and property owners. He has become an advocate for the neighborhood and strongly
supports the purpose of the BID being essential to the continued success of Wynwood. Daniel is
versed in the current affairs of the BID and is dedicated to its enduring progress. He is a Miami
native who understands the importance of preserving the city’s history and identity while laying
the foundation for its inevitable growth.
Prior to joining Goldman Properties, Daniel served for 6 years as Associate General Counsel and
lead Asset Manager at Gator Investments, a full service commercial real estate investment
company specializing in the ownership, development, management and leasing of retail shopping
centers, apartment complexes, office buildings and industrial properties. There, Daniel oversaw a
portfolio of approximately 200 properties comprising in excess of 10 million square feet in 22
states and Puerto Rico, as well as 2,000 multi-family apartment units.
Daniel is a member of the Florida Bar and has been a practicing attorney since 2011. In addition,
Daniel serves on the Underdeck Advisory Committee as well as the Design and Construction
Subcommittee for the transformation of the public space under the new I-395 extension into a