A half-century-old plan to build a lavish resort in Ka‘u is at the heart of litigation that’s been brought by the current owner of the land where two high-rise hotel towers were once proposed to be built, along with restaurants, bars, offices, condominiums, and other visitor lodgings.
The land in question consists of two parcels — one just over 11 acres, the other about 18 acres — separated by a roadway in the Discovery Harbour subdivision, near the community of Waiohinu.
The owner is South Point Investment Group, LLC (SPIG), which in 2009 purchased the two parcels . . .
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