Kevin Engstrom is a Senior Principal in the Los Angeles office of Keyser Marston. For more than 17 years he has provided public and private clients with real estate and financial expertise
Kevin has provided public and private clients with real estate and financial expertise, including: market and financial feasibility studies, fiscal impact analyses, economic revitalization consulting, financial modeling, developer selection and disposition consulting.
Areas of Specialization
Land Use Strategies / Market and Feasibility Studies
During his tenure at Keyser Marston, Kevin has conducted a number of market and feasibility studies for cities throughout California. For these analyses Kevin assessed current market conditions; projected future demand for residential, retail, office, industrial and hotel development; tested the financial feasibility of prototypical projects; prepared fiscal impact projections; and created implementation strategies. Projects have included general plan updates, specific plans, master plans, corridor studies, economic development strategies and highest and best use analyses. These studies have occurred throughout Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura and Fresno counties.
Asset Management / Disposition Consulting
In addition, Kevin has consulted in all areas of the disposition process for surplus properties for public agencies. His experience includes project planning, preparing and evaluating Requests for Proposals and Qualifications, developer selection, negotiation support and financial feasibility analyses for cities throughout the State, including Los Angeles, Anaheim, Brea, Glendale, Long Beach, Poway, Pasadena, Redondo Beach, Rancho Mirage, San Juan Capistrano and Monterey Park.
Market and Financial Services for Hotel Projects
Kevin has provided consulting services for over 75 hotel projects throughout California, including the Olympic North Hotels, Beverly Hills Montage, Huntington Beach Grand Hyatt, Anaheim Doubletree and the Glendale Embassy Suites. The analyses include, market assessments, financial feasibility analyses, public revenue projections, reviewing EB-5 financing strategies and developing financial assistance programs
Kevin is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers. For over five years, Kevin instructed the Basic Pro and Advanced Pro Forma Class at the CRA’s Redevelopment Institute in Southern California. In addition, he has taught a Real Estate Finance and Development Pro Forma class at the American Planning Association – California Chapter annual Conference. Kevin has also served as an instructor at California State University Fullerton in the Geography department.
Kevin earned his master of arts from the University of Arizona and his bachelor of arts from Villanova University.
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