WAILUKU, Hawaii — A Hawaii resort is being redeveloped as luxury condominiums, and a historic trail will be reopened as part of the concessions agreed upon by the project developer.

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser (http://bit.ly/2uNrIXS ) reported Sunday ATC Makena Holdings LLC plans to convert the Makena Resort in Maui into condominiums and add residences and commercial space on the 2.7 square-mile (7.1 square-kilometer) property.

A major portion of the Old Makena-Ulupalakua Road in Maui would be reopened as a historic trail under an out-of-court settlement.

Community group Ho’oponopono o Makena says the road, extending several miles, was commissioned as a trail during the reign of Kamehameha III in the mid-1800s and was a way for breadfruit growers who lived in Ulupalakua to trade with fishing people in Makena.