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Marconi Station Offering Memorandum

North Shore Oceanfront


Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii

Marconi Point Property Description


Property Description:

Part of the Marconi Point Condominium Property Regime (CPR)


Fee Simple Ownership, 95 acres
2,750+ feet of oceanfront including a sandy beach
3,600 feet of Arnold Palmer Golf Course frontage
State & National Historic Site
Marconi/RCA Wireless Telegraph Station (1913 1941)
Kahuku Army Air Force Base (1941 1947)
State Land Use: Agricultural District & Conservation District
County Zoning: Agricultural (AG-2) & Preservation (P-1)
Land Study Bureau Rating: D, E, & Not Classified
Solar Rating Map: 500 (Highest on Oahu)
Existing Ranch Operating under a Soil & Water Conservation Plan
Master Tax Map Key (TMK): 1-5-6-003-053

Marconi Point

Haleiwa

Location Description:

Located at 56-1089 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, HI


Located at the end of Marconi Road
Adjacent to Turtle Bay Resort (western neighbor)
Adjacent to Private Ownership & James Campbell Wildlife Refuge

Access:

45 minutes from Downtown Honolulu & Airport


25 minutes from Historic Haleiwa town
15 minutes from famous Waimea Bay
10 minutes from Sunset Beach
10 minutes from Laie

Honolulu
Island of Oahu, Hawaii

Marconi Point Condominium Overview


Project Description:

Condominium Property Regime (CPR), with 26 separately conveyable land units


Divided into three distinct districts according to unique property features

Marconi Farms: Units 1-15, 45 Total Acres

Marconi Station: Units 16-19, 28 Total Acres

Western District (Highlighted in Orange)


15 Total Land Units (CPR)
6 Oceanfront Units (1,255+ total feet of frontage)
8 Golf Course Front Units (3,600 feet of frontage)
Commitment to agricultural based land uses
Units with Oceanfront & Interior farm dwelling residences
Units with agricultural use only (no dwellings allowed)
Central District (Highlighted in Blue)
4 Total Land Units (CPR)
836 total feet of ocean frontage
Each Unit has ocean frontage and contains a Historic Structure
Hotel, Powerhouse, Officers Club/Admin Building & Managers Residence
Preservation & Adaptive Re-use of Historic Structure
Potential Historic Tax Credits

Marconi Natural Resources: Units 20-26, Total 16 Acres

Eastern District (Highlighted in Purple)


7 Total Land Units (CPR)
662 total feet of ocean frontage
Existing Sand Business
Existing Solar Leases
Clean Energy & Natural Resource Expansion Potential

Marconi Station: Units 16-19


MARCONI STATION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Marconi Station is comprised of four (4) agricultural-zoned CPR Units totaling 28+ acres with over 836
of ocean frontage. Each of the four (4) land units contains a historic building originally built in 1914 for
use as a Marconi Wireless Station. The site was an integral part of Gugliemo Marconi's plan to circle the
earth with wireless stations so messages could be sent around the world faster. The intent of the
developer is to preserve the buildings by planning & permitting for the highest and best adaptive re-use.
The Marconi Hotel: Unit 16
The hotel was a two story, L shaped, 15 bedroom hotel built to house the Marconi Company
employees that traveled the world to work at the station. The property consists of approximately 5,398
interior square feet and and 652 square feet of covered lanai area. The original layout included a reading
room, club room, library, dining room, and kitchen.
The Marconi Officers Club/Administration Building: Unit 17
The administration building served as the stations main office, and is a single story with 1,863 square
feet of interior space and a 893 square foot covered lanai.
Marconi Powerhouse: Unit 18
The powerhouse was built to house the power generating equipment. The building consists of two and a
half stories and approximately 23,027 square feet.
Marconi Managers Residence: Unit 19
The managers residence is a single story, concrete bungalow, with 2,018 gross square feet including a
covered lanai. The house has six (6) rooms (originally designed with two bedrooms, one bath, kitchen,
living room, and dining room.
*Marconi Point Condominiums is an agricultural land Condominium Property Regime (CPR).
Marconi Point CPR Units 16 - 19 are referred to as Marconi Station.

Marconi Station: Units 16-19

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Marconi Station: Units 16 - 19

Unit 19:
Marconi Managers Residence

Unit 17:
Marconi
Administration

Historic Buildings

Unit 16: Marconi Hotel

Unit 18: Marconi Powerhouse

Marconi Station: Adaptive Re-use of Historic Structures


State Register of Historic Places
In 2012, each of the four (4) buildings was placed on the Hawaii Register of Historic Places which is overseen by the State Historic Preservation Division
(SHPD). In 2013 the property was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Because the buildings are on the State & National Historic Registers,
the property is set to benefit from historic tax credits, county tax exemptions, and land uses not otherwise permitted in the underlying zoning district.
The State Historic Preservation Division requires review of any development, renovation, or demolition of historically significant structures. This review
can be submitted directly to the division and must include an existing site plan/floor plan, scope of proposed work, proposed project drawings, a completed
Preservation photographs of the site, the building elevation, interior views as appropriate, and the completed Review Submittal Form.
From Revised Ordinances of Honolulu. Land Use Ordinance Sec 21-5.330 Historic structures, use of:
It is the intent of this section to provide an incentive for owners of historic structures to retain them, by allowing uses not otherwise permitted in the underlying
zoning district. The director may deny any request which is judged to have major adverse effects on the neighborhood that cannot be mitigated. Any structure
on the state or national register of historic places may be occupied by a use not otherwise permitted in the underlying zoning district, provided that any
proposed alteration, repair or renovation beyond its original design and the proposed use is approved by the state historic preservation officer. (Added by Ord.
99-12)
In 2013, the landowner received an exemption letter and permission including an SMA exemption to allow renovation of all buildings to be used as farm
dwellings.
Permitted uses include farm dwellings, veterinary services, public uses and structures, agricultural distribution centers, sales/service of machinery, kennels,
and utility installations (Type A).
Examples of uses requiring a Conditional Use Permit include: Schools, Meeting Facilities, Neighborhood Grocery Stores, Agribusiness Activities (retail
location for sales of products grown on the property or in the City and County of Honolulu, Farmers Market), DayCare Facilities, Zoos, Major processing of
Agricultural products, Group Living Facilities, and Bio Fuel Processing Facilities.
Examples of uses that require Plan Review use are Trade or Convention Centers, Universities/Colleges, and Hospitals.

Farm Dwelling Definition & Development Guidelines


Farm Dwelling Definition & Development Guidelines
Farm dwelling means a dwelling located on and used in connection with a farm where agricultural activity
provides income to the family occupying the dwelling. The table to the right details minimum lot area, width,
depth, front, side, rear yards, maximum building area, and maximum height for farm dwellings located in AG-2.
Additionally, each farm dwelling and any accessory uses shall be contained within an area not to exceed 5,000
square feet of the lot. (Added by Ord. 99-12).
The building envelope is defined as any polygon, which has an area that does not exceed 5,000 square feet in
area, and for which the exterior angles are greater than 180 degrees. The applicant will have to submit
calculations supporting the area of the polygon when filing for the building permit.
In addition to building areas, elements which must be located completely within the 5,000 square foot envelope
include: eaves and overhangs, carports and garages, gazebos and trellised areas, uncovered stairways and decks,
storage shed, swimming pools, and other similar structure and improvements.
Use of height setbacks to increase square footage: The 5,000 square foot envelope is not the maximum square
footage of a home, because, utilizing the height setback listed below (25 foot height restriction), applicants can
add a second story. Any portion of a structure exceeding 15 feet shall be set back from every side and rear buildable area boundary line one foot for each two feet of additional height above 15 feet (see figure, lower right).
Maximum home square footage for Special Management Area Exemption: Because the Marconi Farms
Project is located with the Special Management Area (SMA), it is subject to the SMA rules & regulations
which allow for certain uses which may be exempt and others require a Special Management Use Permit
(SMUP) Major or Minor. Construction or reconstruction of a single-family residence that is less than 7,500
square feet of floor area and is not part of a larger development; provided that, for the purposes of this
definition, floor area shall mean floor area as defined under Section 21-10.1 are exempt from Major
permitting. Therefore, Farm Dwelling units at Marconi Farms shall be limited to 7,500 square feet of living
area.
Shoreline Setbacks: Although the actual Shoreline Setbacks for the City & County are 40 feet or 60 feet the
State Land Use Agricultural/Conservation District boundary line is 150 feet from the Certified Shoreline. No
farm dwellings will be permitted in the Conservation District. Therefore farm dwellings will be setback 150
feet.

Marconi Station: Unit 16

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Marconi Station: Unit 16

Building Coverage
Area: Hotel

Agricultural Area

Conservation Area

SLU: Agricultural
LUO: AG-2

SLU: Conservation
LUO: P-1/P2

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Marconi Station: Unit 16

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The Marconi Company Hotel
Under Construction
Circa 1914

Marconi Station: Unit 16


The Marconi Company Hotel
As Built Floor Plan

9.760 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 16

9.760 Acres
The Marconi Company Hotel
As Built Elevations

Marconi Station: Unit 16

9.760 Acres

The Marconi Company Hotel - Building Description


The hotel is an L-shaped, two story building with a 70 frontage and 61 long rear wing, that sits on a reinforced concrete foundation with a shallow basement, a rarity in Hawaii. Both the wing and
main body are 23 wide, and have reinforced concrete walls and floors. The building no longer has its tiled hipped roof, and its wood partition walls, stairways, and second story windows and
window frames no longer remain. The hotels original layout, with its fifteen bedrooms, reading room, club room, library, dining room, and kitchen, however, is discernible, thanks to remaining
fabric. Reinforced concrete interior walls remain intact, and most of the first story window frames are extant, with even a 6 x 1 double hung sash window, albeit in poor condition, remaining in the
dining room.
An inset, 9-3 wide lanai extends across the front of the building on both the first and second stories, and on the second story wraps around the building to extend part way down the rear wing. The
front of the building is eight bays wide, with each bay demarcated by a flat arched opening. The second story lanai openings are adorned with shallow, incised pediments. The rectilinear posts
supporting the flat arches are chamfered and a number have spalling problems.
Originally the lanai were screened, but these no longer remain. Four bedrooms fronted on the first floor lanai, each with its own access door and one rear facing window. The front wall of the rooms
was of reinforced concrete remains standing, as does a reinforced concrete partition wall between the second and third bedrooms. The wood partition walls between the first & second and third &
fourth bedrooms is no longer extant. A narrower room is between the four bedrooms and the intersection of the L between the main body of the hotel and its rear wing. This was a bathroom, and
like the bedrooms has a rear window opening.
Two sets of three concrete steps with concrete shoulders access the ground floor lanai at its makai (north) end and at the faades second bay from the mauka (south) end. The floors of both the
first and second story lanai are scored in a diamond pattern and a narrow gutter runs along the periphery to afford drainage. Immediately aligned with the front steps is the main entry to the
building, which was comprised of three standard size doorways, which opened onto the reading or club room. Three window openings traverse the south wall of this room and a round arched
opening in the north wall led to the no longer extant main stairway to the second floor. A second, flat arched, doorway in the north wall leads into a storage space under the stairway. A wide flat
arched opening, with three fixed transoms above, opens onto the dining room. The opening is flanked on either side by openings which appear to have contained fixed pane windows. The dining
room was cross ventilated by three windows in its north and south walls. The rear, west wall has a wide opening with a wood post in the middle, and appears to have at one time framed a pair of
swinging doors which led into the butlers pantry and the kitchen. To the left of the doorways is a small office, with two window openings in its south (mauka ) wall. To the right of the doorways a
remnant of a built-in buffet remains affixed to the east wall. The rear of this pantry/kitchen area is dominated by the niche formerly occupied by the stove. The stove chimney remains intact. To the
rear of the stove is a food preparation area on the mauka (south) side and on the right rear is an insulated refrigeration closet and a food storage room, which is two steps above the kitchen floor
level. A doorway at the makai (north) end of the hallway formed by the refrigerator-store room wall and the back wall of the stove niche, leads to the outdoors. The doorway retains its frame, but
the door is missing, although a three light transom remains. Three concrete steps lead down to the ground. The shadow of an earlier gable roof that sheltered this service entry is quite evident.
Behind the office and to the mauka (south) side of the stove area a set of stairs, no longer extant, led to the second floor.
A door size and shaped opening is at the approximate location of its former landing. The second floor is completely gutted, except for a concrete partition wall which continues the rear wings makai
(north) wall into the intersection of the L with the main building. This wall enclosed one side of the common bathroom and is outlined by a raised concrete curb on its other three sides. Its tile floor
still remains. Towards the rear end of the rear wing is another, smaller bathroom, as denoted by the presence of similar tile flooring. Most likely the kitchen staff was housed at this end of the hotel
and this served as their bathroom. The Kahuku station hotel is substantially smaller than that built at Koko Head, as transmitter sites required fewer staff.
The building, although now missing its roof and most of its interior finishes contributes to the character of the district and retains sufficient integrity to make rehabilitation feasible.

Marconi Station: Unit 16

The Marconi Company Hotel


As Renovated

9.760 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 16

The Marconi Company Hotel


As Renovated

9.760 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 16

9.760 Acres
The Marconi Company Hotel
As Renovated

Marconi Station: Unit 17

4.019 Acres

Unit 17

4.019 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 17

Building Coverage
Area: Administration

Agricultural Area

Conservation Area

SLU: Agricultural
LUO: AG-2

SLU: Conservation
LUO: P-1/P2

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Marconi Station: Unit 17

4.019 Acres
The Marconi Administration Building
Under Construction
Circa 1914

Marconi Station: Unit 17

4.019 Acres
The Marconi Administration Building
As Built Floor Plan & Elevation

Marconi Station: Unit 17

4.019 Acres

The Marconi Officers Club & Administration Building - Building Description


The administration/auxiliary operating building measures 40 x 70 and served as the stations main office, as well as the stations sending and receiving offices and storage
space. This single story, reinforced concrete building sits on a raised foundation with a suspended reinforced concrete floor. It features a non-original, lateral running metal
gable roof, and an inset lanai wraps around the mauka (south) and west sides.
The lanai has segmental arched openings and chamfered columns. This building has been remodeled, with all its original doors and windows replaced. The interior has also
been gutted and remodeled in a modern manner, with a large single space presently serving as an exercise room.
A modern, hollow tile bathroom has been added to the rear (makai) side of the building. This building retains its original design intent, although it has been insensitively
remodeled. It contributes to the character of the district and retains sufficient integrity to encourage appropriate rehabilitation.

Marconi Station: Unit 17

The Marconi Administration Building


As Renovated

4.019 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 17

The Marconi Administration Building


As Renovated

4.019 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

12.078 Acres

Building Coverage
Area: Power House

Conservation Area
Agricultural Area

SLU: Conservation
LUO: P-1/P2

SLU: Agricultural
LUO: AG-2

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Marconi Station: Unit 18

12.078 Acres
The Marconi Powerhouse
Under Construction
Circa 1914

Marconi Station: Unit 18


Marconi Company
Power House Station
As Built Floor Plan

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

Marconi Company
Power House Station
As Built Elevation Plan

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

12.078 Acres

The Marconi Power House - Building Description


The power house/operating building is an industrial style, poured in place, reinforced concrete building, which is divided into two distinct parts. The large southern or mauka (towards the mountains) section measures 78 x
88-4 and rises two stories, while the 48-3 x 96-7 northern or makai (towards the ocean) section is one and a half stories in height. A 21-2 x 23-4, two-and-a-half story, almost square tower rises at the intersection of the
two sections on the west side. Both sections of the building are covered by low pitched gable roofs with ridgeline monitors, while the tower features a hipped roof. All roofs have reinforced concrete decks covered by clay tile,
and the east and west elevations feature stepped parapets with centered chevrons.
Windows are primarily industrial in character with centered pivot windows of various sizes, usually with six or eight pane surrounding sashes. In addition there are some double hung sash windows. Originally all the
windows were of metal and had metal frames. However, because of the corrosive sea air, all windows were converted to wood and wood frame within the first decade of the buildings existence. The larger, mauka section of
the building is six bays wide and four bays deep, with a set of industrial windows in every bay on both the first and second stories. It originally served as the boiler room, but none of its boilers, condensers or other equipment
remain. Also the cylindrical, brick smoke stack, which stood outside the building on the east side, was dismantled sometime after 1924, when the use of steam power was abandoned. The 17 high, octagonal shaped
foundation of the chimney remains in place, approximately 11-8 away from the east wall of the building. The foundation measures approximately 12-6 across.
A concrete floored mezzanine encircles three sides of the space. Five metal, modified Queen Post trusses span the breadth of the room and support the roof. The truss webs to either side of the center post each have five 12
I-beam posts, with the bracing members made of 12 channels. The columns supporting the trusses consist of two 5 x 23 channels riveted together and filled with concrete. The end bays are further stabilized by cross
bracing between the end wall trusses and their neighbor. The centered monitor is pyramidal in shape and encompasses two bays, in both directions. It has a concrete ceiling and features a pair of fourteen pane windows in
each of its side bays. A large ventilating fan is in the west end of the monitor. This large open space is entered via large double doorways in the mauka (south) end bays of both the east and west walls, which have modern
concrete ramps leading up to them. In addition, another wide, ramped opening is on the west side, adjoining the base of the tower. A pedestrian doorway with a concrete stoop with four side facing steps is centered on the
west faade. A wide, flat arched opening in a reinforced concrete partition wall leads into the makai (north) section of the building. The mauka most bay of the makai section serves as a transition space between the boiler
room and the power and transmitting plant. Concrete walls divide this into four spaces, two of which were rooms with doors. The mezzanine that overlooks the mauka section is above this space. From this mezzanine wood
stairs, that are no longer intact, accessed the upper reaches of the tower. The makai , northern section of the building originally housed the power and transmitting equipment for the station. This area is four bays wide and
five bays deep, with six trusses, similar in design to the boiler rooms truss system, spanning the width and demarcating each bay. All the trusses are reinforced with cross-bracing between them. On the makai wall, each bay
contained a large industrial window which extended from the first to the second story; however, these have been removed to facilitate access to a modern hollow tile addition with a corrugated plastic shed roof, which is not
historic and was added when the structure was used for aquaculture. A ridgeline monitor, which runs above the three middle trusses provides ventilation and illumination with a pair of twelve lite windows in each of its three
bays on each side. The southern side of this sections gable roof is in the process of collapsing. A set of eighteen metal steps runs along the makai wall of this section, and provided access to the mezzanine above. Its solid treds
have a diamond pattern, and it features a pipe railing. At the northeast corner a small room has been constructed, which appears to be of more recent vintage. Its hollow tiles walls only extend to a height of approximately
eight to nine feet.
The west elevation of this section features the tower in its mauka most bay, while the other three bays feature a centered double doored entry with an entry ramp, flanked on either side by industrial windows. Industrial
windows are situated on the second story for all three of these bays. A red tiled, shed roofed, single story office wing, measuring 17-5 x 61-2, is appended to the east side of this section and connected to the main room by
way of a standard doorway, which is not original. This office wing is part of the original design of the building and includes three office spaces, a lobby and two restrooms. The power plant originally housed three 500 horse
power steam turbines to drive the electric generators for the wireless equipment, and another two 200 horse power steam turbines for the generators providing electric power for lighting and other uses at the station. By 1924
this equipment was considered obsolete and in part replaced by a pair of Alexanderson high frequency alternators. No equipment remains in this space, although several raised, square, concrete aquaculture pools have been
constructed on its floor, from when the space was most recently used for aquaculture purposes.
The building, although vacant and in deteriorated condition retains its integrity.

Marconi Station: Unit 18


The Marconi Powerhouse
As Renovated

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18


The Marconi Powerhouse
As Renovated

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

The Marconi Powerhouse


As Renovated

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

The Marconi Powerhouse


As Renovated

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

The Marconi Powerhouse


As Renovated

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 18

The Marconi Powerhouse


As Renovated

12.078 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 19

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Building Coverage Area:


Managers Residence

Agricultural Area

Conservation Area

SLU: Agricultural
LUO: AG-2

SLU: Conservation
LUO: P-1/P2

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Marconi Station: Unit 19

2.852 Acres
The Marconi Managers Residence As Built
(no known photos of
original construction)

Marconi Station: Unit 19


The Marconi Managers Residence As Built
(no known photos of
original construction)

2.852 Acres

Marconi Station: Unit 19

2.852 Acres

The Marconi Company Managers Residence - Building Description


The managers house is a 50-2 x 40-2, single story reinforced concrete bungalow with a red tile hipped roof with overhanging, closed eaves. The roof has a 4 in 12 slope and
the metal channels which frame the roof are in deteriorated condition. The bungalows original, five bay, faade length lanai, wraps partially around the makai (north) side of the
house, and has been enclosed. However, its flat arches capped by recessed pediments, similar to those on the hotels second story, remain evident as do the supporting chamfered
concrete posts. Six, centered concrete steps lead up to the lanai and a non-original door framed with screened sidelights and transom serve as the entry to the dwelling. The lanai
has a scored concrete floor. The house originally had six rooms; however, with the enclosing of the lanai and the partitioning of the lanai and a living room has increased the
number of rooms Five sets of French doors, each with twelve lites, provide a facile flow between the lanai and the two public rooms on the interior. Wood floors are present
throughout the interior. The makai side living room features a brick fireplace with a wood mantel with a pair of sconces above. This room has been partitioned into two spaces. In
addition to the pair of French doors, which have a 6 x 6 double hung sash window in between them, the room is ventilated by two sets of three sliding windows, each with twelve
panes. The central living space features a picture rail and three sconces provide illumination. Off the mauka (south) side of this room a short, lateral running hallway leads to two
bedrooms and a bath. All the original, single panel doors are intact, and the three rooms all are ventilated by 6 x 6 double hung sash windows, with sash slugs. The two bedrooms
doors each have a transom above them, and the front bedroom has a single panel door which led out to the original lanai, but now accesses a bedroom/office space made by the
partitioning of this end of the lanai. The rear, kitchen space appears to have been reconfigured and now includes a small laundry area, a bedroom and a rear exit. The latter opens
onto a scored concrete floor mudroom, and six concrete steps run down to the back yard.
The house is similar in style to the Belmar and Chatham managers cottages, although both the New Jersey and Massachusetts station managers residences were rendered in
brick.
Although minor alterations have transpired with some of the interior spaces and the enclosing of the lanai, this building is very much intact and retains its integrity and
contributes to the character of the district.

Marconi Station: Unit 19

2.852 Acres
The Marconi Managers Residence
As Renovated

Marconi Station:
Infrastructure Development Plan

Marconi Station: Existing Infrastructure


Water

Currently each historic structure is served by a private well system managed by the Kahuku Water Association, Inc. (KWA), which has bend
servicing Marconi Point & surrounding properties since 1875. The water quality is tested monthly by AECOS, Inc., and the well is
registered with State of Hawaii, DLNR, Commission on Water Resource Management as Kahuku Airbase Well (CWRM Well # 4158-12 &
CWRM # 4158-13) which is located on TMK 5-6-5-013.

Power & Communication

Currently each historic structure is serviced by underground Phase 3 power, run from overhead lines down Marconi Road, and placed under
ground at the rear of the Marconi Powerhouse. There is currently no phone or cable service provided by wire, however the site has
connectivity via use of satellite dish.

Roads & Drainage

The site is currently accessed via Marconi Road from Kamehameha Highway. Marconi Road is partially paved, and partially dirt.
Currently the site utilizes existing roads, developed during the 1940s. During this time a drainage ditch was installed, and although it is
still in use, it has not been maintained by previous owners.

Marconi Station: Infrastructure Development Plans


Water Systems
Water System upgrades include connectivity to the Board of Water Supply Water main, at the intersection of Kamehameha Highway and
Marconi Road, and installation of an 8 or greater main supply line down Marconi Road from Kamehameha Highway to the Unit 16
Powerhouse. Upgrades also include new supply lines to the balance of the CPR Units. The infrastructure upgrades transfer CPR Units from
a private water source (KWA) to a public water source. The timing of this infrastructure upgrade can potentially coincide with Marconi
Farms Phase two improvements, allowing for a shared cost agreement.

Power & Communication Systems


Power & Communication System improvements utilize the existing overhead HECO power lines along Marconi Road (currently servicing the
property) to provide communications connectivity to the site via a Pole-Sharing agreement between HECO and Oceanic Time Warner. Both
power and communications lines will then be directed underground at the property front gate and will be installed in the 44 right of way,
consistent with the developers planned roadway construction (yet to be designed). The timing of this infrastructure upgrade can potentially
coincide with Marconi Farms Phase two improvements, allowing for a shared cost agreement.

Road & Drainage Systems


Although there is existing dirt road access to each Marconi Station Unit, the infrastructure improvements include establishing a 44 Right of
Way, within which a 24 wide asphalt all weather surface roadway (2 lanes) will be constructed, and proper drainage, as well as trenching for
water, power and communication systems. Roadway design & development will conform to 7.4 NRCS Surface Drainage, Field Ditch Standard
& Specifications (560), and drainage design & development will conform to 7.13 NRCS Access Road Standard & Specifications (607). The
timing of this infrastructure upgrade can potentially coincide with Marconi Farms Phase two improvements, allowing for a shared cost
agreement.

The exact locations of the final Right of Ways have not been determined at this time, to provide the
developer or subsequent owner site design flexibility.

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Part of the Marconi Point Condominium Property Regime


For more information, including pricing, terms and conditions, please contact:

Sean Ginella, (RA)


Hawaii Realty Professionals
59-712 B Kamehameha Highway
Haleiwa, HI 96712
Cell: 808-372-8700
Office: 808-888-0866
SeanGinella@me.com

Julia Napua Fetzer, (RA)


Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers
4614 Kilauea Ave, Suite 206
Honolulu, HI 96818
Cell: 808-286-7550
Office: 800-667-5028
julia@HawaiiLife.com