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More details have emerged on Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s purchases of real estate on Kaua’i’s North Shore in Hawaii, as sources confirmed to Forbes that Zuckerberg shelled out more than $100 million for two adjacent parcels of land, encompassing more than 700 acres. According to Forbes, the two properties are: Pila’a Beach, a 393-acre parcel, for which an e ...
… Plantation, a 357-acre beachfront estate, with the price tag estimated at $66 million. According to Pacific Business News, the property was sold by California-based investment firm Falko Partners to Hawaii-based Kahuaina Holdings, which was formed in July and counts among its partners Marc Rousseau, a partner with Honolulu-based law firm Cades Schutte…