Business/In Brief • Nov. 16, 2013
Health profiling to be offered at meeting
Local wellness consultants Shayna Naveh and Rebecca Zeuch will be offering a free health profiling and wellness consultation at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Kihei Charter Middle School in the Lipoa Center.
The health profiling and wellness consultation is being held in conjunction with a meeting of Truestar Health employees and others at the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui. Truestar is a health and wellness company that educates others on how to improve their lives through five areas: nutrition, exercise, vitamins, attitude and sleep, a news release said.
A meeting will follow the wellness consultations at 7 p.m.
For more information, contact Naveh at 268-6112 or Zeuch at 264-2924 or see truestar.com/sourceofhealing.
Kapolei shopping mall plans advance
KAPOLEI – Plans for a $500 million shopping center in Kapolei are moving forward.
Upon completion, Ka Makana Alii will be Oahu’s third largest shopping mall after Ala Moana Center and Pearlridge Center.
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands says a unanimous vote by the Hawaiian Homes Commission on Thursday allows the developer to finalize its design and financing for the project.
The department says it has been in ongoing negotiations with DeBartolo Development regarding conditions of the agreement, primarily due to the economic climate.
DeBartolo will pay the department more than $600 million in rent over 65 years for 67 acres of Kapolei land.