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Industry: Forest Products » Lumber & Wood Production
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MAXXAM Inc. was organized as a Delaware corporation in 1955. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the residential and commercial real estate investment and development, and racing operations. It conducts residential and commercial real estate investment and development, through MAXXAM Property Company (MPC) and other wholly owned subsidiaries, as well as joint ventures. The Company's real estate investment and development activities are conducted mainly in Arizona, California, Puerto Rico and Texas, including associated golf course or resort operations in certain locations. Its subsidiaries also own several commercial real estate properties that are subject to long-term lease arrangements. It conducts racing operations through Sam Houston Race Park, Ltd. (SHRP), a Texas limited partnership wholly owned by it. SHRP owns and operates a Texas Class 1 pari-mutuel horse racing facility in the greater Houston metropolitan area, and a pari-mutuel greyhound racing facility in Harlingen, Texas. The Company's Palmas acreage sales and resort operations compete with similar businesses in the Caribbean, Florida and other vacation/holiday destinations. Its Arizona real estate operations compete with similar businesses in the areas in and surrounding Phoenix, Arizona, and its Mirada development faces competition from other developments in the area, many with golf courses and other amenities. The Company's real estate operations are subject to comprehensive federal, state and local regulation.

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