Devaditya Mukherjee

Devaditya Mukherjee (Dev) is an Associate in the San Francisco office of Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. (KMA).   He joined KMA in 2017, and brings professional experience in real estate finance and urban economics.

Areas of Specialization

Economic and Fiscal Impact Analysis

Dev has quantified the impacts of major public/private projects on tax revenues, employment, and regional output.  Recent impact analyses include: a major multi-year residential development in the eastern neighborhood of San Francisco, and a major software company's presence in Santa Clara. 

Market and Financial Analysis

Dev has conducted extensive market and financial feasibiltiy analyses for new residential and office developments in various cities in the Bay Area.  He is well versed in market studies, multi-year cash flow projections, and developer return analysis.

Residential Nexus Study

Dev has also assisted on a nexus study to document the impact of market rate residential development on the need for affordable housing in Hayward.  This project involved providing recommendations to the city regarding its inclusionary zoning program requirements.

Professional Credentials

Dev holds a master's degree in city planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).  While at MIT, his coursework and research was focused on real estate development, urban economics, and affordable housing.  At MIT, he also collaborated with a major real estate developer in Mexico City to delineate strategies to encourage affordable housing as a part of transit oriented development in the city.  His research paper titled 'Leverating public land in India for Affordable Housing and Urban Redevelopment' was selected for publishing in the Graduate Student Paper Competition on Reducing Urban Poverty, co-organized by The World Bank, US Aid and Wilson Center.  Prior to MIT, he worked as an architectural designer for Perkins Eastman, on large scale urban planning, residential, and higher education projects in India and Bhutan. 

Contact Dev

email: | phone 415.398.3050