Joseph Lucier has earned a respected and well-established reputation in the city's luxury residential market since joining Sotheby's International Realty in 1999. As a native San Franciscan, Mr. Lucier has strong connections and a deep knowledge of San Francisco's established neighborhoods. Specializing in condominium, cooperative and single-family home properties, Joseph gives clients the necessary confidence when making important decisions in the city's famed marketplace. Whether representing a property owner or buyer, Joseph is considerate of client confidentiality, family relocation, and specific real estate investment and lifestyle change needs. This skill set has led to significant repeat business and referrals from his satisfied clientele. In addition, his portfolio of client services includes experience with co-op apartment boards, local zoning requirements and condominium conversions. Notable transactions include the current record sales price of $11,000,000 for a Cow Hollow single-family home, the sale of Pacific Heights' largest penthouse and a two-year standing record for San Francisco's most expensive condominium/cooperative apartment.

Joseph's longtime interest in architecture led him to his current position as President of the Board of Directors for the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America's Northern California Chapter. This affiliation has refined his vernacular of the many traditional styles of San Francisco's architectural heritage as well as a strong connection to the design community, top-tier residential contractors, allied artisans and local architects. Joseph also serves on the Board of Directors for the First Tee of San Francisco and is involved with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show and the Olympic Club. He was the past president of the Bachelors of San Francisco and has been honored with the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award. His personal interests include golf, skiing, cultural affairs, international travel, gourmet cooking and jazz music. Joseph received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from CSU Chico in 1991.