Ha’akea will be one of the first two neighborhoods commencing sales at Ho’opili in early 2017. The approximately 103 single-family home neighborhood will include 6 floor plans ranging in size up to 1,802 Sq.Ft.
Haʻakea at Hoʻopili pricing is anticipated to start in the mid-$600,000 (FS).
If you are interested in more details about the developments of the new homes in Ho’opili please call Tracy Yamato (RA) CRS at (808) 372-2274 or email Tracyy@cbpacific.com.
Ho’opili, meaning “to come together”, is new mixed-use master-planned community in East Kapolei by D.R. Horton – Schuler Division with a plan to create 11,750 new residential homes in Kapolei across ~1,550 acres of land over the next 20 to 30 years.
Ho’opili will be a combination of single-family homes, townhomes and condos with parks, playgrounds, restaurants, shops, schools, farms, gardens & much more, creating a community, which over time, as the built-out of Ho’opili takes shape, will resemble more of a city on its own with somewhere around 7,500 permanent jobs.
In March 2016, City and state leaders broke ground on three West Oahu rail stations, including the Ho’opili station. The first 10-mile stretch, from East Kapolei to Aloha Stadium on Salt Lake Blvd and Kamehameha Highway, is scheduled to open in late 2018.
Ho’opili is an exciting vision for a 1,600 acre transit-oriented community in the quickly urbanizing Ewa district of western Oahu. The plan focuses future growth around a series of transit stations while providing a wide variety of community amenities such as a mix of uses, natural open spaces, parks, bike paths and schools.
Hoopili is located east of Kapolei and north of Ewa Beach. It is considered an “Ewa Beach” zip code, but typically referred to as “East Kapolei”. Location is approximately defined by the boundaries of Kualakai Parkway (west), Farrington Highway (north), Old Fort Weaver & Fort Weaver Rd (east) and Ewa Villages Golf Course (south).
At final buildout, Ho’opili will provide approximately 12,500 dwelling units in a variety of orientations including mixed use housing over retail, stacked flats, townhouses, rowhouses, live/work and small-lot single family. Ho’opili will also provide between 3-5 million square feet of retail, office and industrial uses and a series of 5 public schools.
About D.R. Horton
D.R. Horton – Schuler Division has constructed more than ten thousand new homes on O‘ahu, Maui and Hawai‘i Island since 1972, under the direction of kama‘āina Jim Schuler’s Schuler Homes.
In 2002, Schuler Homes merged its local expertise with the Fort Worth, Texas-based D.R. Horton’s national resources as the largest homebuilder in the country. Today, the company realizes the Horton philosophy of building livable and affordable residences for Hawai‘i families.