Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg won't be needing his hoodie so much anymore, if he plans to spend time relaxing on his newest property. (A t-shirt is all that's required.) The 30-year-old CEO paid around $100 million for 700 acres on the desirable north shore of Kauai, Hawaii's fourth largest island, according to Forbes. But even one of the world's richest people can't keep the property all to himself. Hawaiian law will force Zuckerberg to keep the beach open to the public, says Business Insider. (He can make it pretty hard to get to, though.) Zuckerberg should be okay with that--his entire fortune is built on sharing.
According to Duane Shimogawa at Pacific Business News, one of the large properties being combined in Zuckerberg's purchase is "entitled for 80 homesites with approved roads." Or Zuckerberg could instead just build one palace for his family and friends. Not his Facebook friends--his real life friends!
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