HONOLULU-The Turtle Bay Resort owner has filed an environmental impact statement that drafts $770-million redevelopment plan for the 880-acre oceanfront resort on Oahu's North Shore. The redevelopment plan calls for 590 new residential units, 160 workforce housing units and two new hotels comprising 625 units.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that construction of the new residential and hotel units could start in 2014. Replay Resorts Inc. of Canada has been retained to handle the development land on both side of the 443-room Turtle Bay Resort. For the full story, go to Pacific Business News .
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