Habitat for Humanity Maui celebrates 25 years of building affordable homes and repairing substandard housing for underserved residents in Maui County.
The state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands might use around one-third of a historic $600 million legislative appropriation by the end of June, which marks one full fiscal year out of three given to deploy all the money helping beneficiaries.
Project is first to be funded through historic $600M allocation to DHHL.
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, marking the start of a $17 million capital improvement project to install infrastructure for the planned Puʻunani subdivision in Waikapū.
Tedorian Gallano would like to buy a house for his wife and three youngest children in Hawaii, but real estate prices soared so high eight years ago he moved his family back to his childhood home outside Honolulu — and last year, his older brother followed suit.
An estimated 324 units are planned as part of the Kaulana Mahina Apartments development in Central Maui. The professionally managed project will have many amenities for its residents—a gym, pool, yoga room, resident lounge, lawn area for a playground, and dog park—all included in the monthly rent.
Developers and government officials held a blessing for a new 324-unit housing development that will offer long-term workforce rentals and a community/recreation center on 14.4 acres in Wailuku.
A blessing ceremony was held Thursday to mark the official start of construction of a four-level, 428-stall parking structure that will replace the current Wailuku Municipal Parking Lot.
The 48-acre Department of Hawaiian Home Lands Pu’unani subdivision in Waikapu — with its 135-plus units projected for completion in 2024 — cleared a major hurdle by receiving a finding of no significant environmental impact last month. The Hawaiian Homes Commission evaluated the final environmental assessment and issued the finding at its October meeting.
A roughly 28-acre Makena lot that had a 500-room hotel in the works will instead be converted to 53 residential lots under a proposal by its new landowners.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held today for the County of Maui’s Wailuku Town Improvement Project. Road improvements will begin this week on Church Street as part of Phase 1A of the project.
The County of Maui presented the construction schedule for the Wailuku Town Improvement Projects and detailed its efforts to minimize impacts on the surrounding neighborhood during a community meeting on June 20 at Iao Theater.
The $44-million, multistory parking structure in Wailuku town is moving full steam ahead, with construction slated to start in August and be completed about 2 1/2 years later.
Hale Makua Health Services’ annual fundraiser, Kokua for Kupuna, raised a record-breaking $175,963 to help provide healthcare services for the frail and elderly on Maui.
The county Department of Housing and Human Concerns is proposing the construction of the Hale Maha‘olu ʻEwalu Senior Residential Housing Project on four acres of land within the Kulamalu Commercial subdivision developed by the Dowling Company.
This 11-acre gated project is on southern Maui’s western coast at Makena Bay, with the 18th hole of a golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., separating it from the coastline. There will be 69 total residences: 2,300 to 3,500 square-foot, two- to three-bedroom units in 11 two- to four-story buildings and two three-bedroom, 4,500-square-foot bungalows.