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Architect, Real Estate Broker, and resident of Manhattan's Upper West Side since 1987, Monica Luque has a deep appreciation of New York City. As an architect, her passion for NYC real estate ignited in 1990 and ultimately resulted in a rewarding real estate career, which capitalized on her vast knowledge of architecture, construction, and real estate marketing.
Monica’s business experience and relentless work ethic have garnered her a loyal following of local and foreign clients who are continually impressed by her kind nature, compassion for their needs, tireless drive to help them succeed, and deep devotion to her work.
Her multicultural background having grown up between South America, New York, and Europe have allowed her to form a powerful international network, and successfully serve clients from around the globe.
Thanks to Monica's impressive marketing and sales expertise, she has brokered in excess of 2,000 deals to date. As the former Sales and Marketing Director for South American developer www.londonogomez.com for nearly a decade, she oversaw the sales, marketing and advertising of more than 70 new developments. Monica has also lent her skills and talent as a founding partner of ViBra (www.vibrainc.com), a brand agency with a specialized focus on real estate projects.
Monica is equally dedicated to her philanthropic efforts, which includes her role as coordinator of the New York program for Kidsave International (www.kidsave.org) which helps find adoptive parents for orphaned children over 10 years old around the world because, for us, kids need to grow up in families, not in institutions.
Monica holds a Bachelor of Architectural Technology degree from New York Institute of Technology where she graduated with top honors in 1995 and resides near Lincoln Center with her husband and young daughter who is attending high school in Manhattan's Upper East Side.