The Maui News reports Maui County has issued building permits for a six-story, eight-wing time-share resort on 26 acres at Kaanapali's North Beach.
WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) - Construction on Maui that fell off in late 2007 is making a comeback.
The Maui News ( http://bit.ly/1CLNuUE) reports Maui County has issued building permits for a six-story, eight-wing time-share resort on 26 acres at Kaanapali’s North Beach.
The Starwood Vacation Ownership project is estimated to cost $304.5 million.
The plans for the 389-room resort known as Westin Nanea Ocean Villas include a 10-acre public park and a full-service restaurant featuring Hawaiian and international cuisine.
The county in January issued building permits for another large West Maui project.
The nearly $46.5 million West Maui Village development in Napili is planned for 9.6 acres north of Maui Preparatory Academy.
Its plans call for 158 one-, two- and three-bedroom units in 25 buildings.