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Real Estate Development

The success of the Kaplan Group is due to 28 years of real estate development experience. The company is responsible for some of the most lucrative real estate expansions throughout Hawaii, Las Vegas and Orlando Florida. Understanding land acquisition, marketing practices and legal details have made TKG a highly sought after advisor.


Hawaii

In 1982 Michael Kaplan co-founded Consolidated Resorts. The company acquired condominiums within the Imperial Hawaii Resort in 1984, which they developed and marketed as timeshares. It was very successful at selling Waikiki projects, which allowed the purchase of a beachfront 28, two-bedroom condominiums on the island of Maui in 1987. It all proved to be a highly successful project. The condos were purchased for 4.5 million and then sold as timeshares for 30 to 40 million. The first project on the island of Maui helped Kaplan secure a number of other projects. Kaplan opened a sales campaign and secured other marketing campaigns. Over the next 8 or 9 years he developed 9 resorts in Hawaii with 7 of the resorts on the island of Maui, one on the Big Island and their newest on the island of Kauai.






Las Vegas

With Kaplan as Chairman of Consolidated Resorts, the company was able to secure a five-acre parcel in Las Vegas about two miles from the MGM hotel on Tropicana Blvd. This was a project of 86 condos, which is now known as Club De Soleil. Additional parcels nearby were secured, adding another 78 units in a second phase for a total of 164 condos. It was such a success that another parcel of land was acquired only a mile away from the MGM hotel on Tropicana Blvd. The second Las Vegas Resort called Tahiti was a 93-unit timeshare project that brought the company more success.

The Tahiti resort was followed by The Tahiti Village, which is located on 26 acres on the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard. This consisted of a number of small parcels that were owned by 7 different individuals. The 26 acres were assembled by Kaplan from individual owners for the amount of $20 million and then the value of the property went up to a total of $100 million at the time just from being able to have that large of a parcel on the Vegas strip after the land was consolidated. Kaplan was able to assemble a massive timeshare project with over 500 condominiums.




Orlando Florida

Kaplan’s massive success in Hawaii and Las Vegas led to Orlando Florida, which was a natural market for timeshare. A developer in Orlando was struggling to sell his condominium projects. Consolidated Resorts bought a large portion of those condominiums, which were called Regal Palms. They were registered as a timeshare project and marketed it in Orlando Florida with equal success.


 


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