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KILAUEA LIGHTHOUSE VILLAGE WORKSHOP. WWW.HUNTCOMPANIES.COM. Founded in 1947, Hunt has continued as a family held company for four generations Originally a building supply store, Hunt expanded into construction and real estate development

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company history

Founded in 1947, Hunt has continued as a family held company for four generations

Originally a building supply store, Hunt expanded into construction and real estate development

To date, Hunt has completed over 500 projects in 38 states with over 600 employees

Projects of all sizes and types: housing, commercial, mixed used, office, and retail

Company History
hawaii presence

Hunt has been doing business in Hawaii for almost 20 years with projects on Oahu and the Big Island

4,259 new homes constructed, 2,275 homes renovated

Currently constructing 19 LEED Platinum homes for DHHL in Waianae, Oahu

Three operating properties on Oahu: Waterfront at Pu’uloa, Kalaeloa, and Waikele Gulch

725-acre master planned community “Palamanui” on the Big Island

Hawaii Presence
beyond construction

Property rehabilitation and revitalization

    • Kalaeloa and Waterfront at Pu’uloa
  • Renewable energy project
    • 5 MW solar field
  • Historic projects
    • Ford Island Historic Trail
    • Ford Island Control Tower

restoration

Beyond construction
kalaeloa barber s point revitalization
Kalaeloa (Barber’s Point) Revitalization

Before

After

500 Acre property with 90+ existing structures- Currently 21 Tenants

waikele gulch adaptive reuse
Waikele Gulch Adaptive Reuse

AFTER

BEFORE

485 acre property with 128 old Navy artillery bunkers

Bunkers were improved and renovated into storage units- currently at 90% occupancy

dhhl leed platinum project
DHHL LEED Platinum Project

Waianae, Oahu -19 LEED Platinum homes

palamanui
Palamanui

PalamanuiBig Island, HI

725 Acre Master Planned Community

University of Hawaii, West Hawaii Center Campus

LEED Platinum

project team

Steve Colon- Executive Vice President, Hunt Development Group

Matthew Hunt- Development Manager, Hunt Development Group

Andy Friend & Paul Kyno- Kaua’i on-island team. Kyno, President of Sleeping Giant Sotheby’s International Realty, is the exclusive leasing agent for the project. Andy will serve as a project manager.

Alan Ong- Strategic development and operations advisor to the development team.

Steve Au- Design Architect, originally from Koloa, Kaua’i

Project team
kilauea lighthouse village how we got here

6 months of due diligence

    • Site visits, tenant interviews
    • Extensive market study
    • Internal discussions/review
    • Review of Kilauea Town Plan
  • Closed on the property September 2010
    • Property is roughly 6 acres between the post office and stone building that sit along Kilauea Road
  • Presented initial site plan to KNA October 2010
  • Workshop suggested at end of KNA meeting
Kilauea lighthouse village- How we Got Here
consultations with community members and organizations

KNA Board members

    • KeoneKealoha, Chris Jaeb, Gary Pacheco,NickiLorayne, Steve Goldburg, Linda Sproat, John Constantino, Tamara Martin
  • Community members
    • Gary Pacheco, Jack Gushiken, Jay and EmaFurfaro, Stacy Sproat, Gary Smith, Ben Welborn, Felicia Cowden, Patty Ewing, Mark Nesselman
  • Organizations
    • Office of the Mayor, Kilauea Seniors, Common Ground, North Shore Business Council, Kauai Chamber of Commerce, Department of Planning
consultations with community members and organizations
why kilauea

Opportunity to provide goods and services to an underserved population in a sustainable way

A use consistent with the 2005 Kilauea Town Plan

A place for local businesses to serve community

Enhance and solidify existing town core

Potential for implementing green design elements

Potential for utilization of local resource production

Why Kilauea?
vision and goals

Develop a neighborhood town center that provides needed goods and services for the community

Create jobs for younger generations and opportunities for small businesses or start-ups

A tenant base comprised of local businesses

Sourcing work locally and utilizing local resource production

Create a gathering place for the community, more than a place to shop

Recognize the historic and cultural importance of Kilauea

Care for the community

Vision and Goals
tenant mix

Anchor Tenants

    • Mid-sized Grocery Store
    • Hardware Store
    • Pharmacy
    • Bank/Credit Union
    • Maybe a general/variety store
  • Supporting Tenants
    • Small retail/office spaces
    • Restaurants
    • Auto Parts store
    • Kiosk spaces
Tenant Mix
sustainable design considerations

PV Solar Panels on South/West facing roofs

Rain water catchment systems

Green roofs and living walls

Porous concrete

Energy efficient HVAC systems

Natural light utilization- solar tubes

Sustainable Design Considerations
architectural styles

Plantation Style

Every building to have a unique look reminiscent of different historic eras

Complement the existing stone buildings

Covered walkways, store fronts, open spaces, seating areas

Mostly single story buildings

Some buildings will have options for mezzanine space

Architectural styles
site layout features

Post Office Road will be improved to County standards

Pedestrian/bike pathways

Outdoor seating/gathering areas

Green roofs and living wall

Bike parking

Site layout features
project timeline 3 years

Land Acquisition – September 2010

  • 1st KNA presentation – October 2010
  • Community workshop – December 2010
    • Create final project plan based on feedback from the workshop
  • 2nd KNA meeting – February 2011
  • Design, pre-marketing, & permitting – 2010-2012
  • Construction – 2012-2013
  • Leasing and occupancy – 2012-2013
project timeline – 3 years
community feedback concerns

Effect on existing businesses

Tenant prospects- local, need community’s support

Recognizing area history and cultural heritage

Traffic on Kilauea Lighthouse Rd.

Community space for meetings/gatherings

Local jobs creation/utilization – construction, management

Green design elements

Community Feedback & Concerns
community feedback continued

Site layout

    • General layout of buildings and parking lot
    • Outdoor gathering/sitting areas
    • Buildings near Kilauea Estates Subdivision
  • Post Office Road
  • Residential component, live/work possibilities
  • Architectural styles- no strip mall
  • Non-profit partnerships
  • Security
  • Lighting
Community feedback continued
contact information

Kilauea Lighthouse Village/ Hunt Development Group

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 134, Kilauea, HI 96754

Phone: 808-585-7900

E-mail: info@KilaueaLighthouseVillage.com

Website (Coming Soon): www.kilauealighthousevillage.com

Contact information