According to a report published last week in Pacific Business News, developer Brian Anderson’s JPL LLC has partnered with Koloa Energy and Henk Rogers’ Blue Planet Energy to build a microgrid system that will power the new 252-acre Ainamalu subdivision at Waikoloa Beach Resort on Hawaii’s Big Island.
This news comes just a week after Tesla’s partnership with Kauai Island Utility Cooperative to provide energy storage for Kauai made national headlines. Plans for the Waikoloa subdivision were first announced in 2014.
Phase I of development includes 42 homes, including six Golf Estates and 36 Mountain Estates.
(Phase I map current as of 3/21/2017 – click here to view larger image)
Active listings on the market as of this writing are:
To see all current inventory for the subdivision, click here:
When completed, the development is expected to have 350 homes and 60 condominiums, plus an amenities center.
(Click here to view larger image)
This video, produced by the developer, shows the location of the new community. Ainamalu is located off Queen Kaahumanu Highway in the Waikoloa Beach Resort on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii Island, approximately 18 miles from the Kona International Airport and 12 miles from Kawaihae Harbor.
Clark Realty’s Waimea office is currently representing the buyer for one of the first Ainamalu homes. If you would like to learn more about this new opportunity on the Kohala Coast, please contact me to learn how we can represent you as a buyer’s agent.
*Graphics and floor plans used with permission of the listing broker. Mahalo to Lisa Barry, RB. Click here to view the site map pictured at the top of this post.