Ken Kahan founded California Landmark Group (CLG) in 1988. Since its inception, CLG has invested in and developed all types of real estate, from residential to commercial. Under Ken’s leadership, the company has developed over three (3) million square feet of innovative projects.
CLG has distinguished itself in Southern California as an innovative problem solver in both the design and development of dozens of multi-family communities. Ken spearheaded development of the company’s signature by CLG residences, properties that have pioneered walkable, luxury residential living by integrating resort-style amenities and services classically found in condominiums. With an eye for quality and design, Ken is focused on crafting truly unique living experiences in every residence.
Ken is passionate about all aspects of urban planning and development. He is a frequent speaker on matters pertaining to entitlements, zoning, multi-family/mixed-use projects and urban development. Ken currently presides as the Chair of the Real Estate and Construction Division of the Jewish Federation. He sits on several philanthropic boards including the Advisory Board of the Ziman Center for Real Estate. Ken often guest lectures at the UCLA Anderson School of Business and frequently provides advice to students about the real estate development business. Ken is also a member of the Building Industry Association and participates in many City of Los Angeles planning initiatives.
Ken obtained both his bachelor of arts and juris doctor degrees from UCLA. A native of Los Angeles, Ken currently resides in West Los Angeles with his wife Roneet. Outside of the office you’ll find him skiing, biking, travelling and spending time with his family.