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Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS)

Company:Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS)
Headquarters:New York, New York
Year Of First Presence In Hawaii:2004
Organizations:Makena Aina Corp.
Maui Prince Hotel LLC
Princeville Development Corp.
Princeville Greens LLC
Princeville Prince Golf Course LLC
CNL Grand Wailea Resort LP
Ainamua Corp.
Hawaii Agriculture Research Culture
Assessed Value For Year '07 (in millions):Land: 595
Building: 445
Total: 1,040
% change '06-'07: 20%
Acres Owned:Oahu: 238
Maui: 1,851
Hawaii: -
Kauai: 8,632
Total Acres: 10,721
% change '06-'07: -1%
Prominent Holdings:Maui Prince Hotel #, Makena North & South Golf Courses and acreage, Princeville Resort #, Princeville Prince & Makai Golf Courses and acreage, Princeville Shopping Center, Grand Wailea Resort #, Airport Center, HARC Building #
Other Prominent Holdings:Leasehold interest in Haseko Center, Ocean View Center and Airport Center, Morgan Stanley Investment Management Inc. Is also a major shareholder in HST and HOT. Previously owned Pearl Highlands which was sold to AEW Capital Management for $137.5 million per deed dated September 2006.
Beneficiaries / Shareholders:State Street Corporation, AXA, Barclays Global Investors UK Holdings Ltd., Vanguard Group, Inc., UBS Global Asset Management (Americas) Inc., Price (T.Rowe) Associates Inc., FMR LLC, JP Morgan Chase & Company, Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
Footnotes:Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund V, in partnership with Dowling Co. acquired the Makena Resort assets from Seibu for $575 million, per June 2007 press releases from prince Resorts Hawaii and Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels. MSREF owns the majority equity interest and controls major decisions. Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund IV, in partnership with Jeff Stone and Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors, acquired the Princeville Resort assets from Suntory Ltd., Mitsui and Company, and Nippon Shinpan Company Ltd. per March 2005 press releases from Morgan Stanley. MSREF owns the majority equity interest and controls major decisions. MS Resort Acquisition LLC, an affiliate of Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund V, acquired CNL Hotels & Resort (NYSE:CHR) for $6.6 billion per April 2007 8K and Morgan Stanley press release. Grand Wailea Resort Hotel is one of 8 luxury resort properties acquired by MSREF. Morgan Stanley acquired four office buildings from Arroyo Realty Partners for $98 million per September 2007 news articles. Interest in leasehold offices buildings excluded.

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Dec 5, 2008 10:46 pm
 Posted by  tnakoa82

Hi, I was wondering if the members of the queen liliuokalani trust would be able to help a family like mines. I am a full time working mother of two small children. two boys, ages 2 and 6 months. My husband is currently unemployed and the only income we have is from me which is barely enough. Our home is about to be foreclosed and we are trying to look for some place cheap to rent so that my boys will have a roof over their heads. I know that this economic times are getting worse but I've been trying my best to support my children, and my husband is unable to find a steady job, for he does construction for a living. His employment goes from real steady to having nothing at all, and that puts a lot of pressure on me to come up with money to get by to pay the bills, and even if i don't have the money in full to pay everything i try to span it out just to make sure my boys and husband can eat. I'm even trying to look for a part time job just to support them and it's a real burden on my shoulders and it's really stressing me out...I really don't know what to do. No matter how hard i'm trying to make everything right, it's seems like the situation just gets worse. I just had to find a way to come up with money to pay for our electric bill that they disconnected for non payment. It's on now but it just made me so discouraged, that no matter how hard i could work, it's still not enough. I just want to be able to support my family. I am of Hawaiian ancestry, me and my husband, and i just want to be able to make it, just like everyone else. I now that a lot of people are struggling, but maybe, just maybe you'll be able to help us. Thank you for listening....

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Feb 11, 2009 12:59 am
 Posted by  Kodak Music Ltd.

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Sep 9, 2009 03:28 am
 Posted by  Hawaiian Poi

Hello, I was wondering if the Queen Liliuokalani Trust will be able to help me & my Mom. I am currently working & my Mom is currently unemployed. I recently had a 10% cut in pay and having a difficult time paying for the back rent, plus other bills that comes every month. No matter how much money I make, we just end up paying higher rent, 30% off my pay. I have a 12 year old daughter that I love very much. I'm trying so hard to find ways to make it through each month, but it's hard! I know I'm not the only one having a hard time in this economy of ours. I just need that one chance to get my Mom out of the housing projects and support her & my daughter. If that can happen, then I can get a higher paying job or even a 2nd job and not worry anymore. Now, I know we are not the only Hawaiian family having a hard time and asking for help, but if you can? thank you!

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Nov 29, 2009 12:39 am
 Posted by  joycee7

Hello, i was wondering if you can help us. my boyfreind is a Viet- Nam vereran who recently had a liver transplant due to agent orange. He lives in Kam housing and he is unable to get up the stairs. He needs an apartment for some one with a disability. I am his live in attendent and I really wish you could help us. He receives 100% pension from the VA. I have heard some wonderful things about your foundation. thank you for listening.I know times are hard,but we really need help.

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Nov 5, 2010 09:56 pm
 Posted by  mauai81

Hi, I have an urgent disconnect on my electric bill. I am currently looking for work, without any opportunities so far. Your agency has helped me once before on an urgent disconnect. I want to know if you have a requirement on how long you can receive help again. This time, if my service is disconnected, I will lose my place for myself and my three children because I have section 8. My inspection is coming up and if my service is cut when my inspection is done, I will lose my section 8 services.

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Mar 25, 2012 09:07 am
 Posted by  chris2good

i would like to know why /what flagged means? why are people asking for help on this sight. i truly want to know. because i love to help people. ... just wondering? i like easter seals in hilo , alu like, and some of the schools.this might not be a good question . i am not assuming anything unkind. sincerely

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Sep 29, 2012 02:30 pm
 Posted by  Ha'aheo

Aloha we all having hard times and the sad thing is nobody like help. im a father of one with one more on the way, im unemployed and yet looking for work but with alot of other people in the shoes it is hard.
me and my wife we try hard always looking always preying, hopeing that one day we would own are own house and give are children the life we never had. I and my wife are proud Hawaiians that are need of help but feel like were not doing enough. just looking for any kind of help aloha....

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Mar 30, 2013 10:12 am
 Posted by  Kupuna Wasson

Creating a new account. In reading the above comments I am concerned about the needs of our people who are struggling to survive. It is times like this we as Kupuna are the resource to come to the aid of our people. We are the resource. Who do we know, who can we contact to assist all these people. My ku'u hoaloha are available to help with land for farming, jobs to construct farm dwellings, places to grow food and live on at a low fee. Please contact Kupuna Tweetie 548-8833 and Dawn 692-6901.

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