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One Year NO SUPERFERRY Celebration - 08/21/08 11:34 AM
The Surfrider Fondation released this to the press yesterday to keep their spirit of resistance alive. From my point of view the Superferry has benefits and significant risks. We have not heard much about the Environmental Impact Study that the Supreme Court mandated before the SuperFerry resumes service. The SuperFerry is operating successfully between Oahu and Maui and with rising airfares, business is growing and more people are traveling on the ferry. On Kauai, the groups opposed to the Superferry remain more vocal in the community and continue to champion their cause. The press release info is listed below: SURFRIDER FOUNDATION (5 comments)
Kauai Condotel Developers on the Hot Seat - 08/21/08 11:13 AM
When i first moved to Kauai in Feb. 2004, I became a realtor after 20+ years of successfully selling technology and media in California. One of the first new developments I saw after I got my real estate license that summer was the Waipouli Beach Resort. A couple of folks setup a big tent on an empty lot adjacent to the ocean and started promoting and selling this complex of 190 units. As a Kauai newbee, it was hard to get my head around the notion that where this vacant lot and tent were standing, there would one day be a (1 comments)
Today, TGI reported that Quintus is selling their timeshare business to Celebrity Resorts at the Hanalei Bay Resort. The luxury 22-acre resort which sits right on Hanalei Bay ( you know the place where PUFF the Magic dragon lived by the sea, And frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called honah le) is a combination of timeshare and fee simple owners. Currently, the fee simple units range in price from 1B units for 700,000, all the way up to units for 1.5 million that have great Hanalei Bay views. The Bali Hai Restaurant and adjoining Happy Talk Lounge (4 comments)
Ritz Carlton - Marriott Kauai Update - 08/05/08 10:53 PM
Last week my wife and I went down to the Kauai Lagoons golf course where the Marriott and Ritz Carlton have been getting their extensive development project off of the ground. It was almost two years ago when the Honolulu Advertiser first reported about the sale of this project that includes: 1. Multi-million dollar lots crafted out of what was formerly the Kauai Lagoons golf Course (27 holes of the Jack Nicklaus course will remain in tact). 2. Grand Residence by Marriott condos - fully furnished and top-of-the-line units with elegant amenities beginning at around $1.7 Million 3. (0 comments)
Bank of Hawaii economist peers into his crystal ball to see our real estate future - 08/04/08 10:36 AM
Paul Brewbaker has often been regarded as having a crystal ball when it comes to the future of real estate. So much so that when Paul stepped forward to address the quarterly meeting of the members of the Kauai Board of Realtors, he began by repeating the mantra of “October 26, 2012”. Again, he repeated, “October 26, 2012”.It’s true that he was simply kidding. But, in this phase of the real estate cycle, everyone likes to have a crystal ball or an answer as to when the Kauai real estate market will turn around. Economists of course can be wrong 99% (4 comments)
SDAT Arrives on Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii to begin their sustainability work - 08/04/08 02:11 AM
On Thursday morning I attended the monthly meeting of the Lihue Business Association. The guest speaker was Peter Arsenault. Peter is the National VP of AIA (American Institute of Architects) from Syracuse, NY. Peter has been interested in environmental protection and sustainability for a long, long time.It was just about a year ago that Pat Griffin from the LBA got together with other notables including former Honolulu mayor Jeremy Harris and Dr. Clark Llewellyn, the dean of UH school of Architecture, and this team began to write Lihue’s application for an SDAT – that is, a sustainable design assessment team. The (0 comments)
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