Koa Ridge

  • City Council Green-Lights Castle & Cooke’s Koa Ridge Master-Planned Development

    The Honolulu City Council has approved the rezoning of agricultural land in Central Oahu, the Pacific Business News reports. The decision paves the way for the development of Castle & Cooke Hawaii Homes’ Koa Ridge master-planned community, which calls for 3,500 single- and multifamily homes, a medical center, a mixed-use village center, shopping outlets, a hotel, light industrial, recreation areas, as well as churches and open space. The project is slated to rise across 576 acres of land located between Mililani and Waipio.

    Honolulu 26 November 2013 05:59

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