We are in the process of proposing to create “Nakahili,” a workforce family agricultural community, in Waikōloa in the area near the intersection of Mamalahoa Highway with Waikōloa Road, on Hawaii Island (Big Island).
As a family agricultural community Nakahili will:
Include farm dwellings on agricultural lots
Allow for agricultural operations
And include a small neighborhood commercial “village” area with apartments, and limited retail and light industrial uses.
Two parks are proposed:
A community green for community activities and events adjacent to the village area; and
An approximately 28-acre regional park.
Community infrastructure will be provided on-site, including water wells, water tanks, a small wastewater treatment facility to serve the village area, and several large detention basins.
Approvals for Nakahili will be processed under Chapter 201H, Hawai‘i Revised Statues (HRS).
Greater than 50 percent of the total number of for sale agricultural dwellings and lots and village rental apartments will be priced in accordance with the County of Hawaii’s Office of Housing and Community Development’s (OHCD) Affordable Housing Guidelines.
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