Danielle Wiedemann

Danielle Wiedemann, Associate Broker with Sotheby's International Realty, has over ten years of experience as a broker in Manhattan and is a lifetime city resident. Danielle is equally skilled at representing apartment buyers and sellers. Known for her patience, discretion, attention to detail and integrity, Danielle is easy to work with, an effective listener and highly organized. She works hard to meet her clients' desires while making the process stress-free.

When representing sellers, she knows how to get the best prices and close the deal to her clients' benefit by skillfully marketing, staging, pricing and negotiating their property.

She has an uncanny ability to help buyers find their dream apartment/home and enjoy the process.

With her extensive knowledge of Manhattan's neighborhoods, buildings, schools, shops and amenities, Danielle selects properties that match her clients' criteria, including their needs and unspoken ideals.

She has experience with executive relocations as well as international buyers and sellers. Danielle consistently receives numerous client referrals and has many repeat customers.

Danielle was born in Manhattan, attended the Spence School and Riverdale Country School, and received her undergraduate degree from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Before entering real estate, she worked as a designer and, later, as head of new business for highly respected firm HUGE. She currently lives on the Upper West Side with her husband and daughter. She is president of her building's co-op board and sits on the board of Christadora, a non-profit organization that helps city youth learn leadership and science skills.