Matthew Rosenfeld is Executive Vice President - Director of Brokerage for the Dallas-Fort Worth office of Weitzman. Rosenfeld oversees the activities of the D-FW brokerage team, with a focus on client service, new listings and lease and sales transactions.
As EVP with Weitzman, Rosenfeld handles retail tenant representation and acquisition, land sales, building disposition and investment sales in the D-FW area. He has worked extensively with pad users from both the tenant and landlord side. He currently represents JPMorgan Chase Bank, Valvoline and Pizza Patron. In addition, he represents other land buyers such as WaterWalk, Alliance Residential and Strategic Housing Investment Partners. Prior to joining Weitzman, Rosenfeld was a professional golfer. He competed on the PGA Tour, Web.com Tour, European Tour and Asian Tour. His most notable achievement was winning the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship.
Rosenfeld is currently a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and ICSC's Next Gen Leadership Network (NGLN), a new initiative comprised of 65 young professionals from across the U.S. and Canada who promote the industry and its members. He also is active in the North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors and the exclusive North Texas Land Council. He served on the board for Young Texans Against Cancer from 2018 to 2020.
Honors & Awards
Rosenfeld ranked as Weitzman’s Top Producer in Texas for 2020 and 2018 and consistently ranks as one of the company’s statewide top producers. From 2017-2020, he has earned the Power Broker award from D CEO Magazine. In 2018, national publication Connect Media recognized him as one of the Top 10 Brokers in Texas.
Rosenfeld received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the prestigious Red McCombs Business School at the University of Texas at Austin. He was an academic All-American scholar in addition to being a 3-time All-American on the UT Men’s Golf team.
Rosenfeld works on site selection and market expansions for well-known restaurants, institutions and retailers, including:
Pax and Beneficia
Strategic Housing Investment Partners
Southern Land Company
The Palm Steakhouse
Noteworthy Sales Transactions
Valley Square Shopping Center, Lewisville, Texas
2121 Maple Routh, Uptown Dallas, Texas
15.2 acres of land, Kennedale, Texas
1815 Market Street, Historic West End Spaghetti Warehouse Building, Dallas, Texas
332 S. Main Street, Grapevine, Texas
401 E Weatherford, Fort Worth, Texas
1925 John Carpenter Freeway to Metropolitan Life Insurance Co, Irving, Texas
1.0 acres at SEC Lebanon and FM 423, Frisco, Texas
1.0 acre at NWC Preston Rd and Prosper Trail, Prosper, Texas
2520 Fairmount, Dallas, Texas
1000 Metrocrest, Dallas, Texas
Elm Ridge Crossing Shopping Center, Frisco, Texas
2.84 acres of land to Ivy Kids, Frisco, Texas
4.3 acres of land to WaterWalk, Irving, Texas
4.0 acres of land to WaterWalk, Richardson, Texas
4.6 acres of land to LuminCare, Frisco, Texas
25 acres at Blue Mound and Basswood, Fort Worth, Texas
4619 Insurance Lane, Dallas, Texas
711 Commerce Street, The Katy Building, to Level Office, Dallas, Texas
6453 Eastridge Drive, Dallas, Texas
2804 Storey Lane, Dallas, Texas
9983 W. University to Herb's Paint & Body, McKinney, Texas
4828 S. Cooper Street, Arlington, Texas
1250 W. Spring Valley, Richardson, Texas
10 acres of land to developer, Celina, Texas
711 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas
14 Chase Bank dispositions throughout Texas
10010 N MacArthur, Irving, TX
Matthew RosenfeldExecutive Vice President | Director of Brokerage D-FW