Lanai is located in Maui County just 9 miles west from the island of Maui. It is 149 square miles in size with a full time population of 3,000 residents, making it the smallest inhabited island in the chain.
Charming Plantation Era House On Very Large Lot. House Does Need Extensive Work. House Is Being Sold In Its Current Condition. Showings Will Be On Monday Afternoon, Tues Or Wed Of May 16 To 18, 2022 With Offers Being Accepted Until May 23, 2022.
This Alluring Estate Is Perched Just Above Hulopoe Bay And Sweetheart Rock, Puu Pehe. A Safe And Sustainable Sanctuary That Feels A World Away, But Is Still In The United States On The Island Of Lanai. With Commanding Views Of Hulopoe Bay, This Se...
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Lanai was once the home of the pineapple plantation of entrepreneur James Dole who owned the entire island for a time, and in the 1920s built Lanai City to house and serve the community of workers. Larry Ellison purchased the property in the summer of 2013 for a reported $550 million. Since the acquisition the new ownership has started a number renewable eco-friendly programs to bring the island into the next generation of self sustained islands in the world. The future looks very bright for the residents, employees and visitors of Lanai.
The corporation Castle & Cook which owns the Dole Food Company had intended in 2009 to demolish much of what remains of the historic district, including homes, a laundromat, and a jailhouse all dating back to the 1920s, in order to build new commercial structures. However, in June 2012, Castle & Cooke sold its island real esate (totaling 98% of the island) to billionaire Larry Ellison for a reported $500 Million.
Throughout its history, man’s impact on the island has been minimal. There are now two lavish resorts here yet only a scant 30 miles of paved road. The timeless landscape is largely as it was, offering a glimpse into the Lanai of another time, on an island unlike any other in Hawaii. The weather on Lanai is pleasant and drier than other islands, receiving only about 37 inches of rainfall per year. Temperatures range from 70º to 85º F. Although most of the island is owned by Larry, you still have the opportunity to purchase some of the best Lanai Real Estate that Hawaii has to offer. Everything from multi-million dollar homes to something maybe a little more affordable. Lanai truly has some of the most unique real estate offerings in the world.
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