Hawaiian Hospitality Group, Inc.
Hawaiian Hospitality Group, Inc.
58-057 Kamehameha Highway
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Phone : 888-344-4933
Hawaiian Hospitality Group, Inc. (HHGI) claims to be a provider of sustainable land use solutions and event services. The company claims to draw on environmental engineering expertise to identify, design, develop and operate destination sites that provide environmental and commercial revitalization for Hawaii's coastal properties. Hawaiian Hospitality Group claims to employ innovative approaches to land use that generate profitable enterprises while restoring and preserving the beauty and natural resources of the Hawaiian Islands. The company claims to generate revenue from venue fees, catering services, wedding planning and other services on the destination sites it develops, maximizing value while minimizing the ecological footprint of its operations.
About the Company
Hawaiian Hospitality Group Inc. is a public company that claims to focus on commercializing under-utilized waterfront properties throughout the Hawaiian Islands. They claim to negotiate with Federal, State, and local governments to ease land use restrictions and regulations on undeveloped coastal properties in order to design and operate passive recreational and/or visitor serving income projects. They claim to also partner with land owners and developers on similar projects on privately owned land. However, they claim to limit real estate risk by avoiding mortgage debt.
Their "development team" claims to specialize in identifying available public land holdings and then entering into public / private partnerships for the expert operation of eco-tourism facilities and other sustainable recreational concessions.
By searching the tax rolls for suitable private land holdings, they claim that they can offer novel solutions for coastal properties burdened by overly restrictive land use regulations. They claim that they can successfully negotiate workable development agreements and conservation easements that include both native habitat and ecosystem restoration components along with unique recreational opportunities. In this way, governments further their land management mandates while at the same time provide landowners substantial tax benefits and income opportunities. The result is the creation of an income source or a construction opportunity and value for HHGI.
The remaining undeveloped coastal properties in private ownership in Hawaii are often limited to agricultural use or have beach access encumbered by state owned parcels or easements generally thought to be incompatible with visitor serving commercial development. They claim that their expertise in coastal environmental restoration and experience in partnering with the government agencies enables them to advance projects once considered undevelopable.
A common challenge to these public and private coastal sites is the requirement to preserve, enhance, and restore native Hawaiian ecosystems. They claim that their team has the experience to expedite coastal developments by offering invasive species irradication and native habitat restoration as part of a comprehensive development plan. They claim that they are the only public offering that successfully implements both preservation and income opportunities on coastal properties in the Hawaiian Islands.
They claim that they offer incentives and obtain regulatory flexibility through the use of private funding to restore threatened native ecosystems and preserve open space that implement government land protection policy. Public benefit is acheived by the creation of recreational and access opportunites, along with viable land management and habitat protection.
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