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Survey and Case Report of Condominium Conversions on Oahu
|Title:||Survey and Case Report of Condominium Conversions on Oahu|
|Contributors:||Bell, Donald (advisor)|
|Date Issued:||26 Sep 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||The economy of Hawaii has grown tremendously since statehood in 1959. During this period, income increased five times with tourism being the major contributor. Visitor arrivals multiplied 16 times and their spending increased from $109 million to $2,600 million. This explosion of economic growth brought major domestic and foreign investors to Hawaii. Many developers undertook construction projects, and various business companies ventured into business operations. Two internationally known developers were the late Henry J. Kaiser, an American pioneer developer in Hawaii and, more recently, Kenji Osano, a Japanese investor who now owns the Hawaii Sheraton Hotels. Such invigorated economic activity staged new and better paying jobs and has created a high standard of living|
|Pages/Duration:||vi, 73 pages|
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