It was recently announced that Ho'opili will break ground this summer. The project developer will be D.R. Horton - Schuler.
Ho'opili is expected to add 11,750 units over the next 20-25 years. The project covers 1,600 acres of land located in West Oahu. 30 percent of Ho'opili's homes will be affordable.
Ho'opili is more than a track of brand new homes; it's a planned community. Similar to the development of Hawaii Kai and Mililani, Ho'opili is planning to add 5 public schools, commercial and industrial space, parks and open community spaces, a tech park, and farming land. Ho'opili is planning to create 7,000 permanent jobs within its community.
Playing into the "Live, Work, Play" model, 80 percent of Ho'opili is connected to some form of public (rail stop and bus) or free transit (bike/walking paths). The idea is to create a "reduce commute" community where the residents don't have to take long commutes into Honolulu.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this new project.
Sources: HoopiliOahu.com, Pacific Business News.
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