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Mayor to Unveil Kamakoa Nui Model Homes in Waikoloa Village on Nov. 18, 2011

On Friday (November 18th, 2011), Mayor Billy Kenoi will unveil the first increment of a new community in Waikoloa that will provide affordable home ownership opportunities near West Hawaii employment hubs. At the same time, the mayor will open the gates to a new community park in Waikoloa.

“This project benefits the hard-working hotel employees, teachers, firefighters, police officers, and others who want their own home in West Hawaii. This is an affordable community where they can live comfortably and raise their families.” – Mayor Billy Kenoi

“Our working families deserve this opportunity for home ownership in a desirable, well-planned community that is close to work and recreational activities,” said Mayor Kenoi, who will untie the maile lei at the park at 10a.m. and do the same for the model homes right after.

The initial offering of eight homes within the $43.9 million Kamakoa community will feature bungalows and single-family homes. The homes were designed by MVE Pacific, and prices for the units will range from $240,000 to $325,000. The 23 bungalows will be one and two-story units with two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms (or two-and-a-half bathrooms), and 1,108 sq. ft. to 1,482 square feet of living space.

The 68 one and two-story single family homes will have 3 bedrooms, and buyers will have a choice between two bathrooms or two-and-a-half bathrooms. They will have 1,361 square feet to 1,512 square feet of living space, including lanais. Construction of 4 single family homes is complete with pre-sales of homes in the first increment scheduled to begin next month.

Until then, stay tuned for more Waikoloa Village news!

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