A Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker with Sotheby's International Realty, and one of Manhattan's most dynamic and successful brokers, Louise was ranked in The Wall Street Journal as one of the top 50 brokers across the United States, as well as in The Real Deal's top 26 Manhattan agents of 2012, and is one of the top 10 performing brokers in her firm. Louise also holds an impressive sales record, including the sale of two townhouses totaling over $44,000,000 within 10 days of each other, achieving the highest price per square foot for one of the townhouses. Additional sales highlights include the sale of a Park Avenue penthouse for $21,000,000, and in 2009, the sale of a townhouse for $32,000,000 to a celebrity, the highest sale price in Manhattan that year for a townhouse.
Louise began her real estate career in 1991, and represents and sells premier properties, including ultra-luxury prewar cooperative apartments at 960 Fifth Avenue and 770 Park Avenue, luxury condominiums in buildings such as 988 Fifth Avenue and extraordinary townhouses, which she has hosted on WNBC, CNBC's High Net Worth and NBC's Open House NYC. She has represented the seller and purchaser for important apartments at the Pierre Hotel, prime investment properties including buildings in Tribeca and the Upper East Side, and the rental of a 12,000 square-foot apartment with swimming pool at Olympic Tower. Her transactions and exclusive listings have been in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, W Magazine, Vanity Fair, The New York Post, The New York Observer, New York Magazine, CBS Money Watch, US News & World Report, Access Hollywood and Elle Canada.
One of the city's outstanding negotiators, Louise is also known for her expertise in preparing co-op board presentations and marketing her clients' properties. Her clients include affluent families worldwide, the financial community, corporations and celebrities. Louise is known for her in-depth knowledge of the real estate market, her professionalism and discretion. She is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York.
Louise is involved in a variety of charitable activities. Her many interests include architecture, music, film, theater and literature. Louise lives on the Upper East Side with her husband. Their daughter is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard University School of Public Health.