Keauhou Holua Kai Development in the Works
A new development in the Keauhou community, Holua Kai, is in the works.
The gated community resort will be composed of 41 detached single-family homes with prices expected to start below $1 million.
Elite Pacific Properties, a luxury brokerage and vacation rental firm with offices on the Big Island and across the state was selected by Brookfield Residential to co-list the properties.
“We selected Elite Pacific Properties because of (Elite’s Project Division Team Leader and Vice President of Sales and Business Development) Paul Chicoine and his excellent reputation. His relevant experience in luxury residential sales, special expertise in developments and special projects, and knowledge of the luxury market made Elite the right choice,” said Egen Mow, Director of Sales and Marketing for Brookfield Residential Hawai’i. “Brookfield is known for giving customers a first class experience from initial inquiry to ownership, so it was imperative that we selected a brokerage firm that truly understands the unique needs of luxury buyers in Hawai’i”
Brookfield’s Building Team will build the development and co-list with Elite’s Project Division.
“Elite Pacific Properties is honored to team up with Brookfield Residential Hawai’i. They are truly a first class home builder with an excellent reputation for creating spectacular resort homes in some of Hawai’i’s most sought-after locations,” said Chicoine, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Elite Pacific Properties. “There hasn’t been a luxury resort development in Keauhou so close to the ocean in many years, so we expect there to be a strong demand. We look forward to treating every prospective client with unsurpassed service and professionalism.
The community will be comprised of one and two-story homes, with vistas including ocean, golf course, and mountain views.
Within the development will be a pavilion, pool, and oceanfront lookout.
Holua Kai refers to the ocean, as well as the Keauhou Holua Slide, an area where ali’i would host Olympic-style competitions of lava sledding.