Monika Tu will be joining the cast of Luxe Listings. Hollie Adams/The AustralianSource:News Corp Australia
Guizhou-born Chinese estate agent, Monika Tu has joined the cast of Luxe Listings Sydney in an attempt to improve the cultural diversity of the now confirmed second Amazon Prime docu-reality series.
Invites have gone out for a glamorous penthouse cocktail party.
The Sell hasn’t been invited, but assumes it will be a work-like filmed function that promotes her luxury listing of one of the seven penthouses atop the soon to be completed St Leonards complex, The Landmark.
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She has a listing at the top of St Leonards complex, The Landmark. Hollie Adams/The AustralianSource:News Corp Australia
Incredible views of the harbour.Source:Supplied
Set on the 57th floor at 500 Pacific Highway, Tu’s listing has 335sqm internal space, and 430sqm all up. The buyer of the two level space will get a “penthouse without peer in the most beautiful Harbour City in the world”. The penthouse is “in a stratosphere above all others”. There’s even a “stunning three-car garage”.
The complex has a pool.Source:Supplied
The incredible walk-in wardrobe.Source:Supplied
Two penthouses have already been sold, without fanfare, through Colliers International for between $14 million and $18 million in the curved project being developed by New Hope.
Tu, who turns 59 in August, will be right at home on the series. She, too, claims to be “highly regarded as Sydney’s number one real estate agent for luxury properties”.
A look inside the property.Source:Supplied
It was in 2009 that she founded Black Diamondz Property, after making the move from Denistone East via Gordon to the Bellevue Hill home which she and partner, Jad Khattar, bought in 2011 at $3.25 million.
Tu, has long sought stardom, even courting favourable media coverage by paying for a property journalist to fly with her to a Chinese property expo.
Originally published asTop agent joins hit TV series