Shohei Ohtani began building a mansion in a private area of ​​Hawaii – El Diario NY

Shohei Ohtani began building a mansion in a private area of ​​Hawaii – El Diario NY


The Japanese baseball player Shohei Ohtani has chosen a plot of land in a new private area of ​​Hawaii and will start building your dream home on site.

This information was first reported by ‘The Wall Street Journal’, and to this same medium Ohtani said: “I recently selected my lot in this new development and plan to build my house there in the near future that I will be able to enjoy for many years.”

At the moment the exact price that the Japanese baseball player paid for the place is unknown, what is known is that the lot has an area of ​​1.1 acres and will have access to the Pacific Sea.

It must be clarified that Ohtani’s grand mansion will be in Hapuna Estatesa new private community that is located within the prestigious Mauna Kea Resort. According to ‘The Wall Street Journal’, property prices in this community start at $4.9 million.

The same media reported that the construction project includes a 5,000-square-foot main house and the entire design is being done according to the tastes and needs of the 29-year-old athlete. The property is being developed by West Point Investment Corp.

In addition to ocean views, this property has views of the eighth hole of the golf course inside the Mauna Kea Resort.

It is not surprising that the Japanese has invested in this great project, since it must be remembered that he is currently one of the biggest stars in the Major Leagues. It should be noted that last year signed a $700 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

In addition to this mansion under construction, it is known that Ohtani rents a luxurious apartment in Los AngelesCalifornia, and also owns an apartment in Tokyo, Japan, his country of birth.

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