Roberta Golubock, a Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker with Sotheby's International Realty, is recognized both by clients and peers for her professionalism, discretion and encyclopedic knowledge of Manhattan's finest apartments and townhouses. Roberta was again ranked in 2016 as one of the top ten brokers in her firm. In 2012, Roberta negotiated a record-setting sale, which at that time represented the most ever paid for a cooperative apartment in Manhattan. Her sales production included three of the year's top ten sales in all of Manhattan. She has consistently been recognized in The Wall Street Journal/Real Trends Top 250 Real Estate Professionals by Transaction Volume nationally.
An accomplished specialist in the sale of exceptional Manhattan properties, Roberta is highly regarded for her marketing and negotiating expertise and for her network of longstanding relationships throughout Sotheby's auction house, the worldwide offices of Sotheby's International Realty and the Manhattan brokerage community. Roberta has achieved numerous sales records throughout her 30 years as a top-producing agent with Sotheby's International Realty.
A dedicated advocate for her clients, Roberta is adept in both sales and rentals and in the preparation of detailed analyses of fair-market value. The depth of her knowledge of the Manhattan residential marketplace is complemented by a highly developed sense of property valuation. In addition to strong interpersonal and negotiating skills, her sensitivity to market trends, extensive research and attention to detail factor significantly in her continued success.
A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Roberta attended St. John's University School of Law. A longtime resident of Greenwich Village, Roberta serves on the Advisory Board of the Cherry Lane Theatre. Roberta's fascination with the architecture and history of New York's residential apartment buildings and landmark townhouses is reflected in her many notable transactions, which include sales in the finest buildings on Fifth Avenue, Park Avenue and Central Park West and of many townhouses and mansions located within the Upper East and Upper West Side, Gramercy Park and Greenwich Village historic districts. She enjoys researching their history and maintains an extensive archive relating to these urban treasures.