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The Food Revolution and it's Effect on Real Estate (Brent Herrington) - 10.26.11

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  • 1. ULI 10 : 26 : 11The Food RevolutionAnd Its Effect On Real Estate
  • 2. ULI Brent E. Herrington 10 : 26 : 11Kukui`ulaA Case Study
  • 3. KUKUI`ULA : KAUA`I : HAWAI`I • 1,000 acres zoned for up to 1,500 homes on the sunny south shore • A fresh and authentic approach to Hawaiian luxury lifestyles • Incredible private club & spa amenities • Tom Weiskopf championship golf course • Shopping/dining village showcasing classical Plantation- style architecture • Grand opening held in June 2011
  • 4. KUKUI`ULA : KAUA`I : HAWAI`IKey Development Concepts– The postcard-perfect beauty of Kaua`i (the perennial ‘favorite island’)– The only private club community on Kaua`i– Authentic plantation style– Low density– Relaxed luxury– Ocean, mountain and golf views
  • 5. EDGE OFNOWHERE Beyond Raising The Bar On Luxury Amenities, We Were Searching For Something More • Uniquely Kukui`ula • Consistent With Our Focus On Health and Renewal • Exciting To Luxury Consumers • Could Only Exist On The South Shore of Kaua`i •…and the answer was all around us! Appealing To All Generations
  • 6. ULI Brent E. Herrington 10 : 26 : 11The Farm As A Community Amenity Kukui`ula : Kaua`i : Hawai`i
  • 7. THE FARM AT KUKUI`ULA
  • 8. THE FARM AT KUKUI`ULA • 10+ Acres of spectacular up- country farmland, with room to expand • Adjacent to a scenic 20 acre lake for fishing and paddling • Operated as an amenity for residents by the Club, with a small farm staff managing agricultural operations • Residents are free to gather fruits, vegetables, herbs and tropical flowers (farm etiquette)
  • 9. SAMPLING OF CROPS GROWN AT KUKUI`ULA
  • 10. THE FARM AT KUKUI`ULA • Miles of hiking and biking trails, remote picnic sites • Fishing, boating and gardening supplies ready for resident use • Garden plots available for residents who wish to garden • Chef at the club coordinates menus with farm production for absolutely fresh ingredients • A venue for farm-to-table dinners
  • 11. ULI Brent E. Herrington 10 : 26 : 11COMMITMENT TO FRESH LOCAL FOODEXPANDED THROUGHOUT KUKUI`ULA Kukui`ula : Kaua`i : Hawai`i
  • 12. KUKUI`ULA : KAUA`I : HAWAI`I CONCLUSIONS: • These programs have proven extremely popular with our members and appeal to virtually everyone • Costs are surprisingly low given the impact • The programs can be expanded in many different directions • Golf course surrounds provide huge areas for expansion, with a ‘farmscape’ aesthetic • Expect to implement similar programs in future communities.