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Hawaii’s 17th Most Expensive Home on Market

Many of you may recognize this opulent Kahala estate from this magazine’s 25 Most Expensive Homes in Hawaii article, which appeared in the September issue. Built by Honolulu attorney David Schutter in the 1980s, the property, which was ranked as the 17th most expensive home in Hawaii with an assessed value of $19.2 million, is currently owned by Kirin Planning.
2010.11.23 08:35 PM

Birthday Suited

2010.11.23 09:31 AM

The Makaha of Yesteryear

I’ve seen old condominium and hotel advertisements that trumpeted Makaha as the “new Waikiki,” and while their claims clearly didn’t pan out, it’s interesting to see Makaha through the back-then lens, when it was virgin territory with beautiful beaches, epic surf and some of the island’s best fishing (most of which still holds true).
2010.11.22 04:27 PM

Spheres of Influence

2010.11.22 10:18 AM

Sponsored Edition: Presents of Mine

2010.11.22 08:00 AM

This Weekend's Open Houses

Given that we have just five more days until Thanksgiving, it’s fitting that this weekend has a plentiful bounty of open houses.
2010.11.19 07:41 PM

You Hungary?

2010.11.19 10:42 AM

Landlord-Tenant Issues 101

I’ve had my fair share of maniacal landlords (you know who you are), and, as a result, I’ve acquired a thorough knowledge of Hawaii’s Residential Landlord-Tenant Code. But when I had my first crazy-landlord run-in, I didn’t know where to turn. The following information has saved me from a number of bad situations.
2010.11.18 07:52 PM

Weekend Picks - November 18, 2010

2010.11.18 11:27 AM

Schrader’s Windward Country Inn in Kaneohe Sold

Schrader’s Windward Country Inn, the only hotel on Kaneohe Bay, has sold for $3 million, $900,000 less than the asking price. For 30-plus years, owner Ralph Schrader, who recently passed away, welcomed guests to the intimate-though-aging inn, which is situated at Laenani Point in Kaneohe.
2010.11.17 07:14 PM

In Hot Pursuit

2010.11.17 12:20 PM

Japan Meets Hawaii Loa Ridge

Traditional Japanese homes are fairly common in Hawaii, though with 3,441 square feet of livable space, this authentic Japanese estate in Hawaii Loa Ridge is done on a much grander scale than most.
2010.11.16 05:20 PM