Caroline Rocco Dennis, an Associate Broker with Summit Sotheby's International Realty, has spent over 15 years working for the Sotheby's brand and knows the company, philosophy and global network intimately. As a seasoned luxury marketing and real estate professional, Caroline has often ranked as a NRT LLC top 2% producer out of 45,000 sales agents nationwide.
Licensed in both Utah and New York, Caroline is a Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) and has successfully negotiated the sale and purchase of many sought-after properties including 740 Park Avenue's penthouse triplex, one of the most prominent sales in New York City.
Using the utmost discretion, she takes pride when it comes to working with and representing her wide range of US-based and international clients from the worlds of finance, entertainment, media, technology, real estate and art. She has been featured as an expert about the real estate market by national media outlets including appearances on CNBC and Women's Entertainment (WE) Network and her listings have had coverage in People Magazine, The New York Times, The New York Post & The Observer to name a few.
As a Park City resident, Caroline has had the good fortune to live in several different neighborhoods including Empire Pass in Deer Valley, Quarry Mountain Ranch Estates and Glenwild. Her real estate expertise allows her to specialize in the marketing, sales and purchases of a variety of properties from primary and secondary luxury residences to ski on ski off condos, new developments, investment properties and land.
Prior to moving to Park City full time, Caroline was a Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker with Sotheby's International Realty in Manhattan, where her New York license is still held. While in Manhattan, Caroline listed and sold cooperatives, condominiums and townhouses which included the marketing of significant homes along Fifth Avenue, Park Avenue and Central Park West to the Village, Soho, Tribeca and Brooklyn.
Before Caroline joined the Sotheby's International Realty family, she worked as an executive at Sotheby's Auction House, where she oversaw the Special Events and Sponsorship Marketing Department. She was also a founder and part of the management team of the high-end luxury website Vivre.com. Caroline began her marketing career as a sports marketing professional working closely with top athletes, sports agents, commissioners, television networks and sports leagues including MLB, NHL, MLS, and the PGA Tour.
Caroline attended the Madeira School outside of Washington, DC, and earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University. She has served as a board member, trustee and advisory member of a number of cultural and not-for-profit organizations such as Cornell University, The Children’s Museum of the East End, Carnegie Hall’s Notables and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Caroline lives full time in Park City with her husband and their two children. When not in Park City, Caroline and her family can be found at their home in Bridgehampton, New York.
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