KAHULUI, HI – The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce (MNHCOC) will welcome Howard Kihune, Jr. & Sandra Duvauchelle to make a presentation at their February 2019 General Membership Meeting. The duo will discuss the challenges and rewards of developing Affordable/Workforce Housing on Maui.
No-host cocktails and networking will begin at 5:30 pm
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Maui Tropical Plantation (Tram Station) in Waikapū.
$25 Member / $30 Non-Member
Tickets may be purchased online at www.mnhcoc.org. For more information phone (808) 281-6438.
Founded in collaboration between Howard Kihune Sr. & Howard Kihune Jr., Aina Lani Pacific LLC brings together over 200 years of experience, expertise and commitment in the Maui real estate development industry to provide affordable workforce housing to our local residents. Their mission is to build affordable homes at market quality standards that our homeowners, and our team, will be proud of. The company’s new project, Kaiaulu Maui, located in Ka’anapali, is the first of new development to deliver on this mission.
“Sometimes it seems like affordable housing in HawaiʻI is like the weather—everyone talks about it but very few actually do anything about it,” said Teri Freitas Gorman, MNHCOC president. “We are so pleased that Aina Lani Pacific is actively making a difference for our local working families who can’t afford the ridiculous cost of housing here. With a median home price of more than $663,000, our residents need more developers like Aina Lani Pacific to step forward and they need the County of Maui to prioritize and expedite their projects.
The Aina Lani Pacific presentation will include an overview of the Kaiaulu Maui development, including available floor plans. They will also share plans for Pailolo Place, another 100% affordable development in West Maui. With more housing located near employers, workers have shorter commutes, traffic is mitigated and quality of life improves for the entire community.
The mission of the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is to promote and sustain our Hawaiian Culture, nurturing a strong community of Hawaiian Values and to enhance opportunities for success in business and education. Membership is open to anyone who believes business should be guided by traditional Hawaiian values that balance commerce, community, culture and the environment.
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