A 30-Year History of Failure and Litigation

posted in: May 2018 | 0

The land at issue in the Bridge ‘Aina Le‘a litigation was placed into the Urban district in 1989. A succession of owners failed to develop it, and in 1999, a subsidiary of Bridge Capital, a company now headquartered in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, purchased the Urban land as well as another 1,940 or so acres surrounding it on three sides – all of which had been proposed for development into six “golf course villages” at the time the original . . .

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