To increase the availability of affordable rentals and create a quality development that the community will be proud of, PDG is looking forward to the next phase of redevelopment.
The second phase will convert the existing surface parking lot into podium parking and one residential tower above with 300 units. The building’s design will be oriented to harness natural energy of the wind to passively cool interiors and include solar photovoltaic, low flow faucets, native, drought-tolerant landscaping, and community garden plots.
The new tower will feature 36 studios, 114 one-bedrooms, 136 two-bedrooms, and 14 four-bedrooms. 450 parking stalls, electrical vehicle charging stations, ride share parking, and bicycle and surfboard storage will also enhance the community. Other amenities include an outdoor plaza with BBQs and picnic tables, a fitness center, multiple laundry rooms, multipurpose room, kids club, study room and sky lounge.
Upon completion in early 2025, Halawa View Apartments will have contributed 180 construction jobs and provide numerous other local community benefits including open space, sustainable building practices, and a catalyst for the Halawa Area TOD Plan.
Committed to ensure units remain affordable for families earning up to 60% of AMI for the next 45 years, Pacific Development Group has been awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), Rental Housing Revolving Funds (RHRF) and a 201H permit from the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation and the City & County of Honolulu.