Coming Soon: New Luxury Low-Rise Condos Coming to McCully
The Hau‘oli Lofts will include photovoltaic panels, native plant landscaping and private mezzanines.
Renderings courtesy of KFG Properties, Inc.
If you ever walk through the maze of streets in the McCully area, you'll see an interesting mix of people, homes, condos and businesses. It’s got a very close-knit, old-school feel, even with the nicer buildings.
The new Hau‘oli Lofts, a low-rise, nine-unit luxury condo, will be adding to the mix. Groundbreaking is set for later this spring, with completion scheduled for early 2016. The spot at 917 Hau‘oli St. is currently an empty lot.
Shannon Ball going over the floor plans with Jaymes Song.
The units will be three-bedroom, two-bathroom lofts with 19-foot living/dining room ceilings. Each will have a second-level master suite with a mezzanine. They will feature midcentury-inspired cabinetry and contemporary metalwork fabricated by local craftspeople—not cookie-cutter fixtures from big box stores.
The units on the top floor will have an added bonus of a private rooftop lānai.
Hau‘oli Lofts will also feature photovoltaic panels to offset the building’s energy usage and native plant landscaping.
Reportedly built for local families who want to live in town, Hau‘oli Lofts is within walking distance to public schools, parks and the local library, and is close to the new King Street bike lane. The address is so central, it gets a score of 93 on Walkscore.
“The primary goal of the design is to provide voluminous, flexible living space that integrates well with the surrounding urban environment,” says Bundit Kanisthakon, principal architect of Tadpole Studios, which is designing the building.
Prices start at $700,000 to $800,000.
2065 S. King St., Suite 303, 349-5989, hauolilofts.com