"We're looking at opportunities to develop four different sites, two single-family and two multi-family," McNatt said.
The 1,500-acre Kapalua resort is only half developed to date, McNatt said. Planning will continue to be sensitive to the history of Kapalua and follow environmental standards of the Kapalua Nature Society and Audubon Society, he said.
McNatt most recently was vice president of development at Koll Real Estate Group in Southern California. He also worked six years as a city planner in Burbank and Irvine, Calif., and 11 years for Signal Landmark Inc.
He earned a bachelor's degree in urban planning at California Polytechnic College in Pomona and a master's degree in business administration at San Diego State University.