David Konheim is deeply entrenched in Southern California’s real estate world, and has been from a young age. The grandson of famed Los Angeles real estate developer and philanthropist George Konheim, he sits at the intersection of integrity, candor, a keen understanding of how to better his community from a policy lens, and a deep background in emerging real estate trends.
Prior to joining Hilton & Hyland, he served as Vice President at Buckeye Properties LLC, a real estate development firm based in Beverly Hills. Buckeye is one of the best-known real estate development companies in Los Angeles, having owned and developed over two million square feet of commercial real estate.
Prior to joining Buckeye Properties, Konheim served as a Research Analyst in Washington, D.C., producing policy reports informing U.S. government contracts regarding extremist communities worldwide. Before this, he worked to develop international business for Raytheon Company in Rosslyn, Virginia.
Konheim donates a considerable portion of his time to philanthropic causes he is passionate about, including organizations such as Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services, where he is both a Board Member and co-founder of the Leadership Council and the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills, where he is a Board Member and Chair of the International Service Committee. He is also a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy and proudly supports the Tower Cancer Research Foundation, the Mattel Children’s Hospital, and the Los Angeles Ballet.
Konheim holds a Master of Arts in International Politics with a concentration in International Security from American University in Washington, D.C. and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of Southern California.
A native of the area, he lives in Beverly Hills with his wife and their three kids.