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Mauna Lani Resort Land Sales Update & Developer’s Opportunity

There have been three land sales in Mauna Lani land to date in 2013; one each in 49 Black Sands Beach, The Estates, and Pauoa Beach ranging from $750k to $1.25M. It’s interesting to note that in 2010 two lots sold, in 2011 five lots sold, and zero lots sold in 2012.

Beach club

There are currently 14 bare land/lot properties for sale within the resort; starting at $299k for a 23,000 sq.ft. level building in Champion Ridge boasting Mauna Kea and Kohala Mountain views.

Champion Ridge

Champion Ridge (MLS# 257168)

For Sale: Oceanfront Pauoa Beach Lot

On the high end (and rightfully so) is an oceanfront 1.4 acre lot in Pauoa Beach priced at $7.9M. Walk out your back gate onto the sandy beaches and catch year round sunsets from your lanai.

pauoa beach

Oceanfront 1.4 acre lot in Pauoa Beach (MLS# 262281)

This property is located in the exclusive Pauoa Beach development between the Fairmont Orchid and Mauna Lani Bay hotels for the ultimate convenience and location of true luxury resort living.

5 Acre Developer Opportunity

There is also a newly released developer opportunity of 5 acres, located directly on the golf course edge with mountain and ocean views, within steps to the Mauna Lani Beach Club, priced at $5.5M.

This parcel was previously approved as a subdivision called Laulea (English translation means peaceful or happy). It consisted of 8 premium lots within a gated community. If bought at the right price, the opportunity could prove to both timely and profitable.

laulea

Hawaii developer opportunity (MLS# 267575)

While I am not the listing agent on this property, I am very knowledgeable as I live and work full time in the resort myself and specialize in resort and oceanfront properties. I would represent a buyer solely on this property.

A hui hou; living and loving my resort life!

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