The developer of a 14-home project near the Hawaii Kai Executive Golf Course in East Oahu plans to start construction in 2016, according to public documents.
Buff Raiders Property LLC, whose partners include Rick Papa, Paul Shinkawa and Henry Amato, is the developer of the Kalama Hokupaa project.
The current permit allows for 26 multifamily units. However, when the developer acquired the land in 2014, it decided to build the 14 single-family units designed for multi-generational families.
Buff Raiders unveiled more details about the project at the monthly Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board meeting in April.
The individual lots will be about 5,000 square feet, with homes being about 1,500 square feet on the ground floor.
The developer, which plans to market the project starting next month through August, said that its target population is the local market.
Belt Collins Hawaii LLC and MGA Architecture LLC are also part of the project.
Kalama Hokupaa follows other small residential development projects on Oahu, including Honolulu boutique firm Centre City LLC’s nine-unit Hauoli Lofts in the McCully-Moiliili neighborhood and California-based Blue Mountain Homes’ Kauhale Gardens in Kalihi.
PBN reached out to Buff Raiders for comment Friday.
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