Mark Zuckerberg Reportedly Buys Hawaii Beach and Plantation

Hawaii, Kauai, Picture of Pila'a beach.
Kicka Witte via Getty ImagesMark Zuckerberg reportedly bought Pila'a Beach, an almost 400-acre parcel including a white sand beach.
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Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's billionaire 30-year-old, has purchased two large and adjacent parcels of land on Kauai's North Shore for about $100 million, according to a Forbes report.

Zuckerberg reportedly bought Pila'a Beach, an almost 400-acre parcel including a white sand beach, and the adjacent Kahu'aina Plantation, a former sugarcane plantation. The plantation features 2,500 feet of oceanfront and a working organic farm, Forbes says.

Zuckerberg apparently has a fancy for Hawaiian real estate. In January, 2013, Pacific Business News reported that Facebook's chairman and CEO "is buying" several units in a 23-story luxury condo under development in Honolulu.
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