Maui's Historic Pineapple Town
On the slopes of Haleakala
The little town on Maui's north shore has really grown recently with a lot of new properties. Though the main crop of pineapples still dominates the landscape, the old canneries no longer process the sweet fruit. The old Haiku pineapple canneries have been converted to shops and businesses, including a hardware store, video store, laundramat and gymnasium. Some of the older establishments include the Haiku Post Office and Toma's Garage. Many small
restaurants are thriving, catering mostly to the lunch time crowd.
Pauwela Cannery, just a mile away has also converted to small shops like Da Kine Hawaii, and light industrial use like sail and kite repair, and cabinet shops.
Now Haiku has a lot going on for residents and visitors too! Haiku real estate is some of the most expensive on East Maui. If you're looking to buy or sell in Haiku, please call
Georgina Hunter R(S) for listing information - 283-0635.
These next aerial pics are of the Haiku Cannery, and the Pauwela Cannery. Click to see larger pic.
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