Hawaii Reserves, Inc. (HRI) is the subsidiary of Deseret Management Corporation that manages property for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in the town of Laie, Hawaii. These properties include the Laie Water Company and the Laie Treatment Works, as well as the Laie Shopping Center, Laie Park, Laie Cemetery, and Hukilau Beach Park. HRI also owns many residential and commercial properties in the town as well as road management and public works service.
The Laie Hawaii Temple was the first LDS temple built outside the continental United States. Laie is also home to Brigham Young University-Hawaii, part of the LDS Church's educational system.
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