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New Kahoma Village Project Aims to Alleviate Housing Shortage in West Maui

We’ve all heard about and some have experienced the critical housing shortage on Maui. Living on this beautiful island, residents have varying opinions on the balance between overgrowth and providing enough homes for those that live and work here.

The latest Stanford-Carr project in Lahaina will do its part to help alleviate the severe housing shortage we have on the West Side. Kahoma Village will provide a total of 203 housing units – 102 of which will be multi-family affordable housing units – on 21.6 acres in Lahaina, bordered by Front Street, the Kahoma-Kai Stream Bridge, Kenui Street, and Honoapiilani Highway. The project also includes a park area of approximately 1.75 acres.

Multi-Family Units

The developer is currently working on pricing of the multi-family units in accordance with the county’s affordable housing guidelines. The MF units will be similar to the units at Kehalani Gardens at Kehalani, with 6 units in each building and 3 different floor plans ranging from 988 to 1,152 interior sq.ft., with 2 assigned parking stalls.

Single-Family Homes

The smaller SF homes will be in a cluster style similar to the homes at the Cottages in Kehalani, with 5 different floor plans (with shared driveways) ranging from 1,132 to 1,603 interior square feet.

The larger SF homes will be like the Carriageways in Hawaii Kai that are alley-loaded, which creates a more picturesque streetscape. These homes will range from 1,535 to 2,256 interior square feet. Stanford-Carr hope to have the first owner occupant release by the end of the summer. Stay tuned in the coming months for more information.  

Stay Up to Date

Email me to receive updated information on this exciting new project. For help on pre-qualification for Kahoma Village or any other property, email Zach Diener with Hawaii Life Finance, lending@hawaiilife.com.

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