Shaya Braverman

Shaya Braverman

DRE 01861842 | Executive Vice President, Partners CRE
About Shaya
A native of Los Angeles, California with over 11 years’ experience in the Southern California commercial real estate market, Shaya Braverman is known for finding creative and ingenious solutions to assist in the acquisition and disposition of Retail, NNN, and Multi-family properties as well as big-box and mom-and-pop leases.

Since 2008, Shaya has transacted over $500 million in real estate transactions and briefly directed an independent brokerage of 10 agents. Shaya’s numerous clients have included Ralph Lauren Polo, Sur Lounge, and Doughboys Café, among others, and he works hand in hand with numerous talent and money managers to assist their clients in placing their money strategically in Real Estate.

Shaya served in the Israeli army and is involved with several nonprofits, including Jewish Federation, Citizenshipworks, and Women's March, and he sits on the board of several others. He currently resides in West Hollywood and enjoys fine dining and concerts and travels the globe several times a year to attend various music festivals.
Spotlight

338 – 358 Douglas Street, Los Angeles 90026 | $12,495,000

Douglas|Cortez Development is over an acre of flat land (45,280 square feet) in prime South Echo Park / Westlake / City West near booming Downtown LA. Situated on the corner of Douglas St and Cortez St with nearly 450 feet of frontage along with rear access from Angelina St, the property offers an investor/developer a truly one-of-a-kind development opportunity. Uniquely perched at the crest of a hilltop, this site, and the future development has 360-degree views: looming Downtown LA in one direction, the Hollywood sign, Griffith Park and Observatory in another, all framed by SoCal’s beautiful mountains. The prime location, just south of the 101 Freeway and minutes from Downtown LA, gives future tenants access to all the dining, culture and entertainment that Echo Park has to offer. The area has undergone a major economic renaissance during the past decade with development as the driving force. The new apartment and mixed-use developments in the immediate area have provided an overwhelming increase in the demand for high-end rental units and retail.