Waiawa presents an exceptional opportunity to acquire and develop on one of the last remaining large-scale mixed-use masterplanned communities within the central urban district of Oahu.
It is the beginning of a vision to be developed for the next few generations of home-owners. Design caters to ecient land use and new transportation systems which will serve as the catalyst for concentrated mixed-use development, transforming the landscape into a vibrant community of tremendous residential, retail, commercial and educational expansion.
The Waiawa Master Plan (“Plan”) is to be developed in 5 phases encompassing approximately 2,010 acres of the KS Waiawa Lands, including a 1,395-acre Urban District Petition Area, an additional 476 acres planned for Urban District reclassication, and approximately 139 acres intended to remain within the Agricultural District.
Within the Urban areas of the Plan, Kama’aina housing is a key aspect and a diverse range of housing options has been programmed with approximately 11,100 ± homes (single family, multi-family, for sale/rental, and mixed-use) with 50± agricultural residential farm lots. To compliment this housing KS has programmed approximately 105 acres of schools, 371 acres of open space, 134 acres of parks, and 550,000 square feet of neighborhood retail/commercial uses. Due to the sheer scale of the Plan, the preliminary development schedule contemplates a buildout of up to 50± years.
The Plan is necessarily conceptual at this point and will be rened through a development partnership agreement, a future environmental impact statement process, signicant community outreach, and the land use entitlements processes. With KS focused on its educational mission, KS intends to identify a development partner to help KS realize its vision for Waiawa (like KS’ strategy in developing Kaka’ako). While the future selected development partner may have dierent approaches to style and design, ideally the selected developer would implement this vision for the KS Waiawa Lands as a thriving community that incorporates elements supportive of education, housing, infrastructure, business, health, and the aina.For any questions, please contact Calvin Mann.