Stanford Carr

Stanford S. Carr

President at Stanford Carr Development LLC

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1100 Alakea Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
HQ Phone:
(808) 537-5220

General Information


Chief Executive Officer  - Rehabilitation Hospital

Vice Chair  - University of Hawai'i Foundation


bachelor's of business administration degree  - travel industry management , UH


Board Member  - HomeAid Hawaii

Board Member  - Hawaii Council on Economic Education


Board of Trustees Member  - University of Hawai'i Foundation

Board Member  - Rehabilitation Hospital

Board of Governors Member  - Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

Board Member  - The Trust for Public Land

Board Member  - American Red Cross

Member  - Building Industry Association of Hawaii

Board Member  - Honolulu Theatre

Board of Trustees Member  - Tim Bostock Productions

Board of Trustees Member  - Hawaii Pacific University

Member of the Advisory Board for the Department  - Governor

Board Member  - Enterprise Honolulu

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Stanford Carr
Treasurer CEO of Stanford Carr Development

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Stanford Carr
Stanford Carr Development Chief Executive Officer Stanford Carr is president of Stanford Carr Development where he oversees an extensive portfolio of projects ranging from master-planned communities to resort-style living and affordable housing. As a locally and nationally recognized leader in business, Stanford is known for building communities on a foundation of family living, the spirit of the islands and respect for the land. Born and raised on Maui, Stanford is actively involved in the community. He serves as a trustee for the University of Hawai'i Foundation, Chapter Chair for March of Dimes Hawai'i and board member for the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific Foundation, Hawaii Council on Economic Education, American Red Cross, and Trust for Public Land.

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Stanford Carr to develop $300M Makaha Valley resort project
February 1, 2016 By Mark G. Howard Leave a Comment Hawaii developer Stanford Carr will develop a $300 million golf resort community with a four-star hotel on the site of the former Makaha Resort for landowner Pacific Links International as part of a joint venture that aims to create some 500 jobs for residents of the Leeward Oahu community. "As the last of four master-planned destination resort communities on the Island of Oahu, Mkaha Valley has an incredible opportunity to retain its rugged beauty while providing a welcoming and eco-friendly environment for residents and visitors," Carr, president of Stanford Carr Development, said in the statement. Filed Under: Blog , Featured Blog , Oahu Island , Oahu real estate Tagged With: Makaha Resort , Stanford Carr

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