Back in 1966, 67 lots in Puhi Subdivision Phase I were sold to employees of Grove Farm. Developments in Kōloa amount to over 245 lots, which include subdivisions like Waikomo, Kōloa Block, and the future Waihohonu. In Lihu’e, Grove Farm developed subdivisions such as Ulu Kukui, Ulu Mahi, Ulu Ko, Komohana, Puako, Pikake, Puakea, Villas at Pu'ali, and the Puhi Subdivision. Affordable housing projects make up more than half of the lots Grove Farm developed, which makes Grove Farm the largest developer of affordable units in the island’s history.
|Offering a range of housing opportunities with mixed land use and walkable neighborhoods is an important aspect of Grove Farm’s Lihuʻe-Puhi Master Plan Community. These Smart Growth principles include a choice of housing opportunities. such as single-family dwellings like Hokulei Estates, multi-family units such as Halelani and Hookena, duplexes including Regency at Huleia and Halemalu, and an assisted living community with the Regency at Puakea. All of these residential homes are within close proximity to the middle school, community college, restaurants, retail establishments, offices, and recreational activities.|
The Puakea development in Lihuʻe will include just over 100 beautiful residential lots along the Puakea Golf Course, similar to the Pikake residential project. The prime central Kaua’i location is close to many services, commercial and civic areas, and some will offer views of the Nawiliwili Harbor, Kalapaki Bay, the Pacific Ocean, Huleʻia River, Niumalu Valley or the majestic Haupu Mountain range. Grove Farm’s subdivisions are always developed with the local resident in mind whereby shared appreciation liens are implemented to deter speculation.
Since the 1950s, Grove Farm has spearheaded these developments in collaboration with multiple agencies to provide these lots and affordable homes to Kauaʻi's residents.
In Lihu’e, Grove Farm developed subdivisions such as Ulu Kukui, Ulu Mahi, Ulu Ko, Komohana, Puako, Pikake, Puakea, Villas at Puʻali, and the Puhi Subdivision. Back in 1966, 67 lots in the initial phase of Puhi Subdivision were sold to employees of Grove Farm. Affordable housing projects make up more than half of all the lots developed by Grove Farm, which makes Grove Farm the largest developer of affordable units in the island’s history.
|Subdivision||Number of Lots/Units|
|Pua Loke Tract||71|
|Ulu Kukui Subdivision||31|
|The Villas at Pu’ali||104|
|Puhi Self-Help Housing||41|
|Regency at Puakea||82|
|Regency at Hule’ia||83|