Alexander & Baldwin Buys Two Warehouses in Hawaii for $40M
KAPOLEI, HAWAII — Alexander & Baldwin (A&B) has purchased two warehouse buildings, located within Kapolei Business Park Phase I, for $40 million in an off-market transaction.
Built on adjacent parcels totaling 6.45 acres, the properties feature 32-foot clear heights, dock-high loading, ESFR sprinkler systems and rooftop photovoltaic systems, which will be used by tenants to defray energy costs. The buildings offer a total of 150,000 square feet of Class A industrial space.
The acquisition was financed by proceeds of A&B’s sale of its agricultural lands on Maui. Last year, the company completed the $262 million sale of approximately 41,000 acres of agricultural farmland on Maui to Mahi Pono, a farming venture between Pomona Farming and the Public Sector Pension Investment Board.
The seller, national moving company Covan, will continue to lease approximately 75 percent of the asset.