David Kleiman is a real estate developer and educator based in Palo Alto, California. He is the President and Co-Founder of D2 Realty Services, Inc., a real estate development firm engaged in commercial development in Illinois and California.

In addition to managing his real estate holdings, Mr. Kleiman is a Lecturer in the Stanford University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, where he has taught multiple courses since 2012. Mr. Kleiman has taught the Real Estate Transactions & Commercial Development course at Stanford Law School since 2015, and he has been a guest lecturer in the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as well as the Stanford Center for Professional Development.

Mr. Kleiman's most recent project is a newly completed mixed-use building in downtown Palo Alto. D2 Realty Services most recently completed multi-family development is a 35-story condominium project known as Wells Street Tower in Chicago. The company's most recently completed office development is located at 250 South Wacker Drive in Chicago’s loop. That project is a 250,000 square foot mixed-use tower that is the current world headquarters for MillerCoors Brewing Company. The development is the recipient of the 2014 BOMA International Building of the Year award for its size category. Mr. Kleiman received the 2018 AIA Honor Award for his most recent California project.

Mr. Kleiman received his B.S. in Psychology with honors from the University of Illinois, and a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law. Mr. Kleiman is engaged in professional, civic and charitable activities that include an endowment of the Kleiman Public Interest Fellowship at Northwestern University, which provides financial assistance allowing students to secure public interest law internships. He is also an active supporter of the Kleiman Creative Writing Contest, an annual elementary school writing contest in Northeast Indiana that was established in 2000.

Mr. Kleiman is licensed to practice law in Illinois, and is a member of the American Bar Association, the Urban Land Institute, the American Institute of Architects, and Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE).