Roseland developed many of the residential properties and parks along the waterfront in recent years. The company was acquired two years ago by Mack-Cali Realty Corp. At that time Goldberg was named co-president of Roseland, with a three-year contract beginning in October 2012. He will be leaving at the end of two years and receive a bonus payment of $500,000.
Also leaving is Roseland Co-president Brad Klatt, with a bonus payment of $750,000. The moves were announced last month by Mack-Cali President and CEO Mitchell E. Hersh, reportedly in an effort to reduce costs.
Goldberg has served extensively as Roseland’s liaison with governing bodies and planners in Weehawken and West New York. According to njbiz.com, Goldberg and his daughter Debra will continue to act as consultants in the area of governmental affairs for at least one year from October 2014, in order to maintain consistency with the local communities.