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The Lexus LC 500 is a grand tourer/personal luxury car from Lexus, Toyota’s luxury division.

It is based on the 2012 LF-LC Concept, designed by Toyota Calty Design Research in Newport Beach, California.

It was developed under the program codename “950A” from 2011 to 2016, design work was transferred from Calty to Toyota Technical Centre in Aichi, Japan from January 2013, with a final production design freeze in the first half of 2014.

Haleʻiwa is a North Shore community and census-designated place (CDP) in the Waialua District of the island of Oʻahu, City and County of Honolulu.

Haleʻiwa is located on Waialua Bay, the mouth of Anahulu Stream (also known as Anahulu River).

A small boat harbor is located here, and the shore of the bay is surrounded by Haleʻiwa Beach Park (north side) and Haleʻiwa Aliʻi Beach Park (south side).

Further west from the center of town is Kaiaka State Recreation Area on Kiaka Point beside Kaiaka Bay.

As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a population of 3,970. In 1898 a businessman named Benjamin Dillingham opened a hotel in the North Shore area and named it Haleʻiwa.

In the Hawaiian language, hale means “house”, and the ʻiwa is a frigatebird.

He also built a railway line from Honolulu to Waialua along the west coast around Kaena Point, which opened the same year and ended in front of his hotel.

The railroad inaugurated a passenger train, the Haleiwa Limited, which took two hours for this trip.

This railroad was chartered as the Oahu Railway & Land Company. Hale’iwa was designated a State Historic, Cultural and Scenic District in 1984 by the City and County of Honolulu.

All new buildings must adhere to a design plan that reflects the territorial architecture of Hale’iwa’s earlier sugar industry period.

The town is home to 30 historic buildings featuring plantation architectural styles influenced by the Waialua Sugar Co.