Haseko Development, Inc. has announced that its Ewa Beach resort/residential community, Ka Makana at Hoakalei, was the top winner in the Best Development Multiple Units-Hawaii category in the 2012-2013 Americas Property Awards.
The Americas Property Awards, together with other regional awards programs for Arabia, Europe, Africa, UK, and Asia Pacific, constitute the International Property Awards. This year, the program received over 2,000 submissions from 89 countries. Hoakalei is one of only eight developments from around the Americas and one of two developments in the United States to be awarded “Best Development Multiple Units” this year.
The International Property Awards recognize the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry from around the globe.
Participants enter at a relevant national level and are then judged by a team of professionals who represent a range of property disciplines. The highest-scoring winners from each region are entered in the overall International Awards.
“To receive an Americas Property Award for our first residential neighborhood within Hoakalei Resort is a tremendous honor,” said Richard Dunn, executive vice president of Haseko Development, Inc. “It is a testament to the quality of our homes as well as the careful and thoughtful design of our neighborhood. ‘Ka Makana’ means ‘the gift’…this has been our inspiration and mission. We couldn’t be more pleased.”
Part of the emerging Hoakalei Resort on the southwestern coast of Oahu, Ka Makana at Hoakalei offers a mix of one and two story single family homes and townhomes set in a picturesque community surrounded by an Ernie Els-designed signature golf course. Recreational amenities include a swim club, tennis court, and fitness center. Buyers can choose from six series of resort and golf residences, including 22 single family plans and three townhome plans. Two of the new model homes won a total of six awards in the 2012 Building Industry Association of Hawaii Parade of Homes.
When complete, the 726-acre Hoakalei development will include 2,300 resort and golf residences, as well as a luxury hotel, spa, cultural center, shops, and restaurants.