The Workshop will be a walking/touring workshop. Be sure to bring your walking shoes and umbrellas. If anyone requires special accommodations, please reach out to Crystal Wallace at email@example.com.
Join us for a tour of Hoakalei Resort in West Oahu. This mixed-use master planned community features a mixture of residential homes, a recreational lagoon, a private country club featuring a golf course designed by Ernie Els, preservation sites, commercial, retail and resort offerings on more than 720 acres in 'Ewa Beach. It is being developed by affiliates of Haseko (Hawaii), Inc.
Among the resort's unique components are three preservation sites that are overseen by the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation. Ongoing programs help to perpetuate the Hawaiian culture and ensure good stewardship of the land for kama'aina (residents) and island visitors.
Hoakalei also recently welcomed Wai Kai, a year-round venue for active adventurers and water enthusiasts, featuring Hawaii's first deep-water standing surf wave, water recreational activities on the adjacent Wai Kai Lagoon, multiple restaurants, retail and special events.
EbGCA is the first master planned community in the Ewa plain. It is built on land that until the late 1970's was used for sugar cane production and plantation housing. Occupancy began in 1988 and there are now over 8,000 homes and multiple amenities. Ewa by Gentry is a 1,400-acre master planned community. the community will consist of nearly 8,500 homes at build out, which is expected by the end of 2024. The association includes a mix of single family and multifamily subdivisions ranging from entry level starter homes to upscale, golf course view homes. Ewa by Gentry boasts three large community parks, several smaller pocket parks, two community centers, miles of walking paths and a community pool.
Ho'opili borders Ewa Beach and Kapolei. The first homes were sold in 2016 and occupancy started in 2017. The community is approximately 25% completed with 3,000 homes; an additional 9,000 homes are anticipated including a combination of single and multi family homes over an area of 1600 acres. Ho'opili will eventually replace Ewa by Gentry as the second largest planned community on Oahu. It is the first community built around the rail system and the closest to University of Hawaii West Oahu. There is already one very active community center, several partnerships with nearby resources and multiple additional areas in the works. The vision includes an outdoor workout space, a community garden and a basketball and pickleball park.
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