David Doezema

David Doezema is a Principal in Keyser Marston Associates' San Francisco office with over ten years experience in real estate and economic consulting.

Key Role

David focuses on affordable housing nexus, successor agency public finance, fiscal impact analysis, and financial analysis and modeling.  

Areas of Specialization

Affordable Housing Nexus

David has experience with more than 15 affordable housing nexus analyses in support of affordable housing requirements on residential and non-residential development and was lead principal on KMA’s recent residential nexus assignment for the City of San Jose. Other examples include San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Mountain View, Emeryville, Daly City, Newark, Fremont, and Rancho Cordova. Affordable housing analyses for specific projects include the Facebook Campus in Menlo Park and the Stanford Medical Center expansion in Palo Alto.

Successor Agency Public Finance

David assists cities and counties in relation to redevelopment dissolution including preparation and review of recognized obligation payment schedules, cash flow analyses, and fiscal consultant reports for refinance of tax allocation bonds. He has been responsible for on-going pass through calculations for all 13 successor agencies in San Mateo County on behalf the County Controller’s Office. 

Fiscal Impact Analysis

David has experience preparing fiscal impact analyses on projects throughout California, spanning a wide variety of land uses including master planned communities, military base reuse plans, medical facilities, and mixed-use projects. 

Sports Facilities

David had a key role in KMA’s services to the City of Santa Clara on the Levi’s Stadium project and negotiations with the San Francisco 49ers. David was involved from the initial concept through stadium opening and was responsible for analyzing numerous aspects of the project including construction finance, funding of on-going operations of the Stadium Authority, public financing, fair market rent for the City’s land, and fiscal and economic impacts. 

Professional Credentials

David holds a master’s degree in urban planning and a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  

Contact David

email: ddoezema@keysermarston.com | phone 415.398.3050