The 3,400-acre ahupua‘a of Keahuolū in Kona spans along the ocean and up to the mauka agricultural lands. Keahuolū is both undeveloped and developed, and includes...
The Trust owns approximately 6,200 acres of Hawai‘i real estate.
As of December 31, 2012, the Trust owned approximately 6,200 acres of Hawai‘i real estate, the vast majority of it located on the Island of Hawai‘i. Ninety-two percent of the Trust's real estate is agriculture/conservation land, while the remainder is zoned for commercial, industrial and residential use.
On Hawai‘i Island, properties include the nearly-intact 3,400-acre ahupua‘a of Keahuolū in Kona, and the 2,800-acre agricultural and conservation lands of Honohina on the windward side.
The Trust's O‘ahu real estate, 32 acres in size, is comprised of various properties in Waikiki and other parts of the island.