Kalaeloa Real Estate

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The Kalaeloa master plan will reimagine the 500+ acres of the former Barber's Point Naval Airstation into a thriving community of over 6,000 new homes in Kapolei. The community is set within a mixed-use development featuring businesses, green spaces, with new homes, townhomes and affordable housing on the agenda. This eco-friendly neighborhood will offer a suburban, small-town feel with easy walkability to shops, schools, and parks in the ever expanding West Oahu region. 

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Living in Kalaeloa, the "20 Minute City"

The Kalaeloa community has been meticulously designed to accommodate various lifestyle needs. Similar to recent master plans like Ho'opili, Koa Ridge, and Ward Village in Kakaako, Kalaeloa's plans will be heavy handed on walkability and bike-friendliness; taking aim at promoting physical activity and reducing vehicular traffic that's long plagued the region. Green gathering spaces will be abundant, fostering connections among residents while encouraging outdoor recreation. These spaces will house amenities like parks, athletic fields, and playgrounds.

The Kalaeloa property is divided into distinct zones, each serving a specific purpose. These include the Rural Zone, Neighborhood Residential Zone, Mixed-use Zone, General Urban Zone, and Urban Center Zone. Additionally, "Special District" zones have been allocated for areas such as the airport and active military spaces.

A key design principle behind Kalaeloa is the concept of a 20-minute city, where residents can access everyday essentials within a 20-minute walk or bike ride. This setup is ideal for families seeking a walkable, suburban neighborhood without the hustle and bustle of a large city like Honolulu.

Living in a 20-minute city saves time and money by reducing transportation expenses and fostering a car-free lifestyle. With less traffic and numerous bus stops and transit stations, navigating Kalaeloa will be a breeze.

With numerous businesses within the community and accessible public transportation to other areas, Kalaeloa is poised to become an economic hub where residents can live, work, and play.

Types of Homes in Kalaeloa 

Once completed, there will be a diverse set of Kalaeloa homes for sale featuring condos, townhomes, single family houses and Live/Work residences similar to the FLEX homes of the Ho'opili and Mehana at Kapolei projects. This unique home type allows for business operation on the ground level with living spaces above.  At the heart of the residential community will be a large mixed-use area comprising essential services, commercial retail spaces for dining and shopping centers, a community center, and an environmental center.

The mixed-use design will seamlessly blend residential and commercial units, offering residents the opportunity to live and work in the same building. Employment options will be available within walking or biking distance, fostering a close-knit community that values work-life balance and an active lifestyle.

Sustainability 

Kalaeloa is committed to sustainable energy solutions, incorporating green features in individual homes and shared community resources. Energy-efficient central air conditioning, windows that optimize natural daylight and ventilation, and increased building insulation are just a few examples. Residents will also enjoy ENERGY STAR appliances and water-saving plumbing fixtures.

The community will further benefit from rooftop photovoltaic panels, solar hot water systems, and a rain-water reuse system. Buildings will feature light exterior colors to reduce heat absorption, and an on-site waste treatment facility will be available.

Developer News & Sales Releases

  • 5/10/23: Gentry Hawaii announces Kaulu by Gentry; first Kalaeloa Homes for Sale
  • 5/4/23: Hawaii's second surfing wave pool, Honokea West, planned for Kalaeloa

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History of Kalaeloa

Formerly known as the Barbers Point Naval Air Station, Kalaeloa has a storied past steeped in military history. Established in 1942 during World War II, the base played a crucial role in the Pacific theater, providing a hub for air operations and training. After the base's closure in 1999, the land was transferred to the State of Hawaii and designated as the Kalaeloa Community Development District.

As the area continues to evolve, the relics of its past remain visible, with former military buildings and hangars now serving as unique venues for various events and businesses. The history of Kalaeloa is a testament to the resilience and adaptability of the community.

FAQ's

What does Kalaeloa mean in Hawaiian?

Kalaeloa means "the long cape" or "the long point" in the Hawaiian language, referring to the geographical feature of the area.

Who owns Kalaeloa?

Kalaeloa is owned by the State of Hawaii, which took control of the land after the closure of the Barbers Point Naval Air Station in 1999. The area has since been designated as the Kalaeloa Community Development District.

What is being built in Kalaeloa?

In Kalaeloa, a sustainable, walkable community is being built, featuring over 6,000 new homes, mixed-use spaces with businesses and green spaces, as well as sustainable energy sources. The first project sales release will be Kaulu by Gentry.

Can you fly into Kalaeloa Airport?

 The airport primarily serves general aviation, military operations, and some commercial flights.

Who owns Barbers Point?

Barbers Point, which was once a Naval Air Station, is now owned by the State of Hawaii. The land was transferred to the state after the base's closure in 1999 and has since been designated as the Kalaeloa Community Development District.

What is being built behind Costco in Kapolei?

There may be a variett of construction projects behind Kapolei Costco, the most prominent being the Kalaeloa Master Plan, poised to bring 6,000 new homes in Kapolei.

What is Kalaeloa airport used for?

Kalaeloa Airport, also known as John Rodgers Field, is primarily used for general aviation, military operations, and some commercial flights.

Why did Barbers Point close?

Barbers Point Naval Air Station closed in 1999 as part of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process. The closure was due to the U.S. Department of Defense's efforts to reduce costs and optimize the efficiency of military installations across the country.

What happened to Barbers Point?

After the closure of Barbers Point Naval Air Station in 1999, the land was transferred to the State of Hawaii and designated as the Kalaeloa Community Development District. The area is now being redeveloped into a sustainable, walkable community featuring mixed-use spaces, businesses, and green spaces.

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