Stanford Carr is president of Stanford Carr Development, which has created homes for nearly 4,000 households on Oahu, Maui and the Big Island, winning dozens of Hawaii and National building awards since its founding in 1990.
A Maui native, Stanford loves Hawaii’s breathtaking landscapes and works to bring out the best of natural settings through creative site planning that includes product diversity, choreographing open space and landscaping with diverse architectural vernacular. On Oahu, he has developed The Hawaii Kai Peninsula, The Colony at the Peninsula, Iwalani, Trovare, Kekuilani, Ma‘ili Transitional Housing, Halekauwila Place, Franciscan Vistas, and Master Plan Royal Kunia Phase II.
Giving back to the community is a high priority for Stanford. A trustee of the University of Hawaii Foundation, he has also served on boards such as the Hawaii Chapter of March of Dimes, Rehab Hospital of the Pacific Foundation, Hawaii Council for Economic Education, Japan America Society of Hawaii, Hawaii Developers Council, Oahu Economic Development Board/EnterpriseHonolulu, Hawaii Theatre for Youth, Hawaii Youth at Risk, and Govenor's Advisory Board to the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. In 2010, Pacific Business News recognized Stanford as Business Leadership Hawaii’s Business Leader of the Year.
Stanford enjoys deep sea fishing on the Celine C., good food, fine wine and great company. He and his wife Kathy have three children.