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Nine Twenty Nine at ‘Ohana Hale in Honolulu, HI will be a 180 unit condominium in the McCully/Moili’ili neighborhood of Honolulu.
Still Accepting Applications! The BLOCK at 803 Waimanu will be an urban residential condominium serving those who love the “work, play, live” philosophy of smart, affordable, and modern living. Find out more here!
The Kapolei Mixed-Use Development will be a mixed-use residential and retail project. The proposed project consists of three components to be built in three phases, all located on a 3 acre block.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Sales for a new condo in Kakaako that’s being billed as affordable will start Saturday. “The Block” features 153 apartments with prices starting in the low to mid-$300,000s for studios, high $400,000s for one-bedrooms and $600,000s for two-bedroom lofts. Sixty-six of the units will be reserved for Hawaii residents who earn less than 140 percent of the areas’s median income, which would be about $123,000 for a family of four. The developer has said that its “best estimate” of
Hawaii agency gives developer extension on permit for Kakaako condo A total of 101 units are priced as affordable to the households between 80 percent of area median income, or a single person making $53,700 a year, and 140 percent of area median income, or a single person making $93,940 a year. The remaining 52 units are market rate. The price points of the units range between $230,000 to $525,000, making it one of the most affordable projects in Kakaako.
Kakaako condo builder touts prices As little as $240,000 will fetch purchasers an 803 Waimanu unit, a report tells the state By Andrew Gomes Star Advertiser June 15, 2015 The views aren’t great, living spaces are mostly small and in some cases there’s no parking. But the price may be unbeatable at an upcoming condominium in Kakaako where million-dollar homes in swanky towers abound. The developer of the planned midrise called 803 Waimanu, which was approved by the state last
Housing plan for Kapolei site makes sense “With monthly rents to range from $503 to $1,294, depending on the size of the apartment and the income of the resident, this development would provide needed housing for a growing segment of Hawaii’s population: senior citizens on fixed incomes. At or near retirement age, these folks would be far less likely to be joining the stressed-out, rush-hour motorists clogging west side roads headed to and from work in Honolulu.” (2015, June 15)
Kulana Hale is an affordable senior rental building in Honolulu, Hawaii, consisting of 176 units situated on a 19,842 sf lot.