Multifamily news in Affordable Housing - Honolulu

  • Affordable Hawaii Project Receives $41M Loan

    The Michaels Org. will use the financing for the construction of Keahumoa Place Apartments, a 320-unit development, 20 miles from Honolulu.

  • $224M Affordable Plan Completes Phase 1 in Hawaii

    The public-private partnership between The state of Hawaii, Standard Communities and Stanford Carr Development will preserve 1,221 units of affordable housing.

  • Salem Receives Approval for $750M Honolulu Towers

    The development includes 78 affordable apartments for seniors as well as 450 hotel units and condos. EAH Housing will be in charge of the affordable component.

  • D.R. Horton Breaks Ground on 11,750-Home Hoopili Project in West Oahu

    Construction has begun on the long-anticipated, 1,600-acre Hoopili master-planned community in West Oahu.

  • Howard Hughes Master-Planned Community Achieves LEED-ND Platinum Rating

    The Howard Hughes Corporation’s massive Ward Village mixed-use residential community in Honolulu has been awarded LEED Neighborhood Development Platinum certification.

  • Sales Start Strong for OliverMcMillan’s Symphony Condominiums in Downtown Honolulu

    San Diego-based developer OliverMcMillan has announced that 70 percent of the residences at its Symphony Honolulu luxury tower have been sold in the first two days available. Construction is expected to begin at the end of 2013 and be complete in two years.

  • Sales Under Way for OliverMcMillan’s Symphony Condominiums in Downtown Honolulu

    More than half of the market-rate condominiums in OliverMcMillan’s 40-story mixed-use Symphony Honolulu high-rise have been sold, the Pacific Business News reports. Prices range from around $500,000 for a one-bedroom residence to the high $800,000s for a three-bedroom unit.

  • Developer Plans Large Mixed-Use Community in Downtown Kihei on Maui

    The Krausz Cos. is planning a 320,000-square-foot sustainable, mixed-use project in the city of Kihei, one of Maui's most populated communities. According to the Pacific Business News, the proposed Downtown Kihei project calls for a village square; more than 200,000 square feet of office, medical office, retail and restaurant space; a 44,180-square-foot movie theater; a four-story, 150-room hotel; and more than 1,000 parking stalls. The new development will be built between the Piilani Village Shopping Center and the Longs and Azeka's centers, on four parcels of land totaling 27 acres.

  • Bank of Hawaii to Move Ward Branch to Hokua at Ala Moana

    Bank of Hawaii has announced plans to relocate its Ward Plaza branch to the ground floor of the Hokua condominium at 1288 Ala Moana in Honolulu, about half a mile from its current location. Construction for the new offices should begin by the end of February 2013, with completion scheduled for mid-August. DKKY Architecture Studio will design the space. The move will allow for a smooth transition of services, as the bank intends to close its current Ward branch at 210 Ward Ave. on a Friday and open at the new location the following Monday.

  • Honolulu Issues RFP for Management of City-Owned Affordable Housing

    by Adriana Pop, Associate Editor The City and County of Honolulu issued a Request for Proposals from private companies interested in managing and maintaining affordable apartment complexes on a long-term leasehold basis. According to the City’s application timeline, initial offers are [...]

  • HCDA Issues Final RFP for Hawaii’s Tallest Building

    By Liviu Oltean, Associate Editor The Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) will soon issue the final Request For Proposals (RFP) for the development of the mixed-use transit-oriented development project at 690 Pohukaina in Kakaako. The Pohukaina project entails the development of two [...]

  • Electrical Workers’ Headquarters Receives LEED Gold

    By Liviu Oltean, Associate Editor The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ recently renovated headquarters has received LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The renovation of the headquarters was managed by Architects Hawaii, the only Hawaii-based firm that ranked in the [...]