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  • A&B Properties to Acquire Kahala Properties from Kawamoto

    In an off-market transaction, A&B Properties, the real estate subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin, has paid approximately $98 million to acquire a portfolio of 31 residential properties from Japanese real estate investor Genshiro Kawamoto. Twenty-seven of the properties are located on Kahala Avenue, Honolulu's premier residential address, which spans along the ocean from Diamond Head to Waialae Country Club, home of the Sony Open, and the world-famous Kahala Hotel & Resort.

    Honolulu 14 September 2013 03:59

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