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Kīhei Workforce Condo Community Breaks Ground

October 10, 2017, 10:32 AM HST (Updated October 15, 2017, 10:20 AM) · 13 Comments
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Kalama Kai workforce housing breaks ground. (L–R) Kevin Keller, Armstrong Builders; Mike White, Maui County Council Chair; Michele McLean, Maui Deputy Planning Director; Bob Armstrong, Armstrong Development; Daniel Sandomire, AIA, Armstrong Development; Gerald Tanaka, Home Street Bank; Leslie-Ann Yokouchi, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate; and Kelly King, Maui County Council. Courtesy photo.

Armstrong Development recently broke ground on Kalama Kai, a new condominium community located in the heart of Kīhei.

More than 70 guests, including lawmakers, attended the private groundbreaking ceremony at 45 Kanani Road.

The new residential workforce housing development, located just 200 feet from the beach, will feature 39 three-bedroom units and one one-bedroom unit.

The three-bedroom units are approximately 844 square feet with two bathrooms, an open living/dining area and a 63-square-foot lānai.

The one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is 560 square feet.

Many units have ocean views.

Among the project’s amenities are landscaped grounds and a recreation area with a swimming pool, sundeck, barbecue area and poolside covered trellis pavilion.

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The trellis and several freestanding carports will also host an array of photovoltaic panels, which have been incorporated into the project to offset common area energy costs.

Kalama Kai is expected to be completed in December 2018.

Five units are still available for sale.

Prices start from $447,100.

For more information, call (808) 872-2462 or visit KalamaKai.com.

About Armstrong Development
Armstrong Development is a recognized leader in the construction industry, known historically for its craftsmanship and for adhering to its belief in developing communities where there is a need and a market that fits with Hawaii’s unique culture. For more information visit www.armstrongbuilders.com or call (808) 848-2484.

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