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A 357-acre beachfront plantation on the Hawaiian island of Kauai recently sold for about $66 million, and the Business Times has pegged Mark Zuckerberg as the likely buyer. The tropical paradise, last owned by the California-based investment firm Falko Partners, is fully entitled for 80 luxury homesteads—a scenario that brings to mind a potential investment portfolio rather than a Facebook outpost-at-sea. Though we do wonder what Frank Gehry would do with the place. [SF Business Times; Kahuaina Plantation]