Alexander Pereira is the new Sales Director of Modern Spaces. (Photo courtesy of Modern Spaces)
Modern Spaces, a Queens-based real estate brokerage, announced this week that Alexander Pereira has joined the firm as the new director of sales for The Anable condominiums.
Pereira is an experienced real estate broker and Long Island City expert with 10 years at Douglas Elliman. During his career, he sold over $ 250 million worth of residential properties.
He joins Modern Spaces team members Daniel Young and Gala Chan.
Modern Spaces plans to launch Anabl, an outstanding collection of beautifully designed condominiums in Long Island City this summer. Pereira and his team will work to expand the roster of Modern Spaces developers.
Pereira began his real estate career working with Nancy Packes before joining the leading sales team at Douglas Elliman, Bracha Group in 2010. His experience and focus is on new developments.
With over 10 years of real estate experience, Pereira was a founding member of Keller Williams NYC, where he sold onsite luxury new developments in coveted Manhattan locations such as The Azure, The Centurion and CASSA.
Pereira served as Sales Director for QNS44 Condominiums, which are listed on Forbes Hot Properties. QNS44 sold more than 65 percent of the project completely outside the market and exceeded market expectations.
He was also Director of Sales for the successful sale of Vernon 123 Condominiums and was part of the partner team that sold The Greystone LIC Condominiums and The Dutch Condominiums, and was involved in many commercial land development deals.
A native of New York, Pereira has lived in three of the city’s five boroughs and currently resides in Long Island City. He began his sales career at age 17, receiving millions of dollars in donations to UJA, one of the largest charities in New York City.
By the age of 20, Pereira had founded his own cashmere company, which he successfully ran for six years. He then went into finance at a company that marketed and sold alternative investment products and made deals with some of the leading US banks.