Newest Homes Under Way
The West Oahu master-planned community of Hoopili has been designed to provide and support all needs of prospective residents — from jobs to services, goods and recreation, and all within walking or biking distance.
“Living in Hoopili will be much like living in the kind of community our grandparents were raised in — where keiki could walk down the street to school and everyone knew their neighbors,” said Mary Flood, senior vice president of D.R. Horton Hawaii, the developer.
Sales of homes in Hoopili’s first phase, Haakea, are expected to begin this month. The neighborhood will include approximately 150 single-family homes, community gardens, a neighborhood park with a pavilion and playground, and commercial space.
Priced from the mid-$600,000s, the homes range in size from approximately 1,209 to 1,803 square feet with six floor plans available. A select number of homes will offer flexible Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) options. The first phase of the homes is scheduled for occupancy this summer.
Haloa at Hoopili, the first multi-family increment of the development, will include an estimated 140 homes, including townhomes, duplexes, Flex (live/ work) homes and stacked flats. Prices for the market multi-family homes are estimated to start in the mid-$500,000s. Approximately 56 of the townhomes will be sold as affordable under City & County guidelines at prices starting in the high-$300,000s.
“We at D.R. Horton truly believe that we are ‘lucky we live Hawaii’ and want to make the dream of home-ownership a reality for those who were born here and want to raise their keiki here,” Flood added.
Residents of Hoopili will be able to experience a convenient lifestyle with seven community and recreation centers, more than 200 acres of commercial farms, eight acres of community gardens, and up to 3 million square feet of shopping and dining.
The “Grown in Hoopili” program honors West Oahu’s agricultural heritage and represents D. R. Horton’s commitment to including acreage in the community where residents will have the opportunity to grow their own fruits and vegetables.
Call 674-8398 for more information on Hoopili homes and programs.