Matthew Fainchtein is a Senior Director with Cushman & Wakefield specializing in both landlord and tenant representation throughout Southern California.
Some of Matthew’s more notable transactions, include the Theory and Helmut Lang stores in Brentwood (opening in summer 2014); the Apple store on the Third Street Promenade; the flagship stores for Tumi and Charlotte Olympia on Rodeo Drive as well as Restoration Hardware, Soul Cycle and Equinox in West Hollywood.
He has also been involved with a number of highprofile restaurant transactions, including The Palm in Beverly Hills (opening in fall 2014), Bestia and Terroni in Downtown LA; Rosa Mexicano in West Hollywood and The Black Cat in Silver Lake.
Matthew currently represents several tenants, including Saint Laurent Paris, Theory, Helmut Lang and Roberto Cavalli as well as Malin + Goetz, Chef Ben Ford and Hot 8 Yoga.
Nevertheless, Matthew has represented landlord’s such as CIM, Simms Development, Robertson Properties and Broadreach Capital Partners. He currently represents L&R Properties, Equity Office, B&A Management and Brickstar Investments. Most recently he repositioned the Arclight theatre in Hollywood with Stella Barra Pizzeria, the Veggie Grill, Roadside Eats and Blue C Sushi.
Matthew earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Bucknell University and The London School of Economics. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of California and a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).