The Grand Islander, a 38-story Hawaii time-share property by Hilton Grand Vacations, is at 99 percent occupancy just two weeks after opening in Waikiki.
The 418-unit building has a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units and was designed by local architecture firm G70 with interior design by Southern California-based Indidesign.
Mark Wang, president and CEO of Hilton Grand Vacations, said the building will support Hawaii’s tourism industry by creating loyal travelers.
“We will end up having more than 20,000 new owners and repeat travelers to Hawaii that will spend millions of dollars in food, beverage and retail,” Wang told Pacific Business News. “The state will not have to spend money marketing to these individuals because they already have a reason to return.”
Source: Pacific Business News