Monica Klawuhn

Vice President

Monica Klawuhn as Vice President of Zuckerman Co. is focused on enhancing our boutique, third-party retail brokerage emphasis and is dedicated to placemaking that creates a truly impactful tenant mix and experience for high-profile projects in the Southeast.

With more than a decade of real estate practice, Monica brings the culmination of her in-house leasing experience to bear for the Zuckerman Co. team with an industry pedigree that’s a who’s-who of well-known national entities. Monica’s real estate background includes working for Keller Williams Realty Atlanta and Brand Real Estate Services before becoming Vice President of leasing for Fuqua Development, Atlanta. While there, her executive leasing team developed and leased more than 1.64 million SF of retail space in ground-up projects in the Southeast, including Exchange at Gwinnett, Peachtree Corners Town Center, Sandy Plains Marketplace, West Midtown Center, Madison Yards, and Decatur Crossing in Atlanta, as well as Clift Farm in Madison, Alabama.

Like the rest of the Zuckerman Co. team, Monica approaches retail leasing from a unique owner/developer mindset, leveraging a keen sense of brand, elevating the customer experience all with an emphasis on NOI for both landlord projects and a handful of impact tenants in the market. She’s an expert negotiator with an incredibly high work ethic, and has gained a reputation for getting things done, consistently exceeding project quotas to meet closing deadlines for land acquisition and construction financing, and setting the market on lease rates, even in high barrier to entry ground-up projects.

Monica originally hails from Kansas City, Missouri but has called the South home since 2012. She is a licensed Real Estate Salesperson in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Marketing from Kansas State University, and when she’s not working, you’ll find her hanging out with her dog, Koda, meeting friends for happy hour, or boating on Lake Lanier.