Welcome to Kaanapali Land Management Corp.’s official website. We’re pleased to share with you information about our company, our current projects, and updates on our community-based planning efforts.
In May 2007, Kaanapali Development Corp. changed its name to “Kaanapali Land Management Corp.”
as part of a renewed focus on our motto of “Honoring our roots. Preserving our spirit.”
Our company’s vision is best exemplified in our mission statement:
Over the years, our company has made a true commitment to preserving agriculture in West Maui through our subsidiary Kaanapali Farm Services and our joint venture with MauiGrown Coffee, Inc.. We value our working relationships with such worthy organizations as Maui Cultural Lands in preserving the cultural treasures of Honokowai Valley; and we also actively encourage sound stewardship practices in the planning process for our development projects - Ka‘anapali 2020, Pu‘ukoli‘i Village Mauka, Waine‘e and Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms.
As a long-time kama‘aina (local), land-holding company, we have seen Maui grow. We have witnessed and understand the opportunities and challenges to preserve our island’s quality of life, and we have learned many lessons through the years. The most important of which is involving the community and working together to bring about a brighter future for Maui. We encourage you to learn more about our projects, and to get involved in our community-based planning efforts. A big mahalo to the many residents who have contributed to the vision of West Maui.
In the News
Ka‘anapali 2020 continues to move forward
June 7, 2012 - Lahaina News
Thirteen years ago, Kaanapali Land Management Corp. reached out to the community to help shape their 1,156-acre property called "Ka`anapali 2020." Fast forward to today and the project is still working its way through an arduous approval process that has undergone various economic and political cycles, company leadership changes, and rigorous state and county requirements. … full story...(pdf)
Kaanapali Land Management Corp. Promotes Howard Hanzawa
By Linn Nishikawa, November, 2011
This week, Kaanapali Land Management Corp. (KLMC) announced the promotion of Howard Hanzawa to Senior Vice President.
Since joining this land-holding company in 2006, Hanzawa has overseen KLMC's operations and projects in West Maui. These include the 913-acre Ka‘anapali 2020 master-planned community that offers a mix of residential, recreational, open-space, and public and commercial uses, including a planned acute care medical facility. The Pu‘ukoli‘i Village Mauka community that offers a diversity of housing, parks, open space, a school site, and community facilities — all capturing the spirit of "coming home." The 200-acre Waine‘e project that provides for a community planned expansion of Lahaina Town with affordable and market housing and other amenities that will enhance the quality of life for residents of West Maui. The 300-acre Ka‘anapali Coffee Farms, a private agricultural community that continues to preserve our island's agricultural roots through the offering of 4 to 7-acre farm lots and their partnership with MauiGrown Coffee who markets the internationally recognized coffee that's grown on the farm. Other efforts include working with Maui Cultural Lands to help ensure the preservation of our island's cultural treasures such as Honokowai Valley.
"Howard is a very dedicated, hard-working individual, and we are honored to recognize his value to this company and our community through this promotion," said Stephen A. Lovelette, Kaanapali Land Management Corp. Executive Vice President. "His commitment to building a strong island company and his passion for working with the people of Maui resonates with our vision of honoring our roots and preserving our spirit. We look forward to continuing to work with Howard to realize the important community-based projects that will ultimately benefit Maui's citizens."
Plantation Living Redefined
By Linn Nishikawa, February, 2010 - Real Estate Maui Style
Manicured rows of coffee plants laden with vibrant colored cherries, inviting shaded lanais framing breathtaking sunsets, romantic strolls and cool quiet evenings. Even those who visit… full story...(pdf)