In September 2016, D.R. Horton Inc-Schuler Homes LLC (DRHI) broke ground on its long anticipated 12,000-home Ho’opili master-planned community in West Oahu. In 2006, the Texas-based developer acquired 1,600 acres of former sugarcane land from the James Campbell Estate.
Ho’opili presents a vision for a transit-oriented community in the quickly urbanizing Ewa district of West Oahu. The plan calls for a variety of orientations including single family homes and duplexes, townhomes, and Flex homes or mixed used housing. The plan focuses future growth around a series of commercial spaces, parks and gathering places, commercial farms, community gardens, public schools, and rail stations.
The $4.6 billion project is anticipated to create about 27,000 jobs during it 20-year buildout of the area. The first phase of the project (Ha’akea) is expected to be completed in Summer 2017 with close to 600 residential units. Prices range from the mid-$300K’s up to $900K’s.
Haakea at Ho’opili is planned for 151 single family homes with 6 plans to choose from consisting of 3 and 4 bedrooms. The square footage of these homes ranges from 1,695 sq ft – 2,369 sq ft. Prices start in the mid-$550K’s to $700K’s.
Haloa at Ho’opili is planned for approximately 140 residential units of multi-family, townhomes, duplexes, and Flex homes. Square footage range from 750 sq ft. to 1,900 sq ft. Prices range from low $300K’s to high $600K’s.