Established in 1993, Hawaii Reserves, Inc. is a Hawaii-based corporation that manages properties affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints primarily located in the historic community of Laie, Hawaii. Laie's rich history is epitomized by the renowned Hukilau Beach, where the town's first commercial hukilau took place in 1948. Laie is also home to Brigham Young University-Hawaii and the Polynesian Cultural Center, Hawaii's most popular paid visitor attraction.
Hawaii Reserves, Inc. manages a little more than 7,000 acres of land in the Laie area, most purchased in 1865. Hawaii Reserves, Inc. manages commercial properties, along with private campgrounds, roads and lands in the Laie area. The company has also worked on a number of infrastructure and improvement projects which have benefited the community. Please see the article entitled "Our Kuleana" in Ho'omua newsletter #1 for more information. Click here to view an electronic version.
The Pacific Business News, the source for local business news and events in Hawaii, has recognized Hawaii Reserves, Inc., as one of the 25 most influential businesses in the state. To read more about this special honor, please click here.