Alexander & Baldwin’s land operations comprises activities conducted on its landholdings (historical and acquired), including development for sale, renewable energy and diversified agriculture. A&B actively manages a comprehensive program of land stewardship, planning, entitlement and development. We identify and pursue developments that enhance value from our raw land holdings, as well as acquired parcels. We also make investments in real estate and other real estate related ventures and financial instruments.
Alexander & Baldwin owns approximately 87,000 acres throughout Hawaii, with large concentrations on the islands of Maui and Kauai. The majority of these holdings was acquired over 100 years ago to support the cultivation of sugar cane. Today, these lands support our diversified agriculture operations.
In addition, we own considerable watershed or conservation lands. We are continually seeking ways to maximize the value and utility of our considerable land holdings, consistent with prudent land stewardship and agronomic best practices.