Press Release updated: Oct 11, 2018 06:00 HST

Kailua-Kona, HI, October 11, 2018 – ​1250 Oceanside, LLC, the developer of Hokuli‘a, a master-planned luxury golf course community on the Big Island of Hawai‘i, has completed exciting new amenities now available for members and their guests.  Paired with the renowned Jack Nicklaus Signature course, recognized as one of the finest golf courses in the State of Hawai‘i, the Club at Hokuli‘a has been expanded to provide a multi-building compound perched high above the shoreline.  Designed by De-Reus Architects it features spectacular club facilities, including an open-air lanai pavilion with an outdoor bar featuring selections ranging from après golf beverages to fine-dining.  It offers unparalleled sunset views of the spectacular Kona coast; men’s and women’s lounges with lanai and changing facilities; a fitness pavilion and private spa facilities; as well as picturesque events lawns, an exercise pool and two tennis courts.  As an exceptional bonus, the Club’s member programs have increased to include: massage, yoga, tennis lessons, circuit training, aquatic aerobics and guide-led ocean-adventures.  Social events range from themed dinners, sparkling Sunday brunches, wine nights to Mah Jongg.

Educational Hawaiian culture and archaeological tours are also available to members, including within the jewel of Hokuli‘a – the Shoreline Park.  Initial phases of the park that spans three miles and 140 acres are now open to owners and the public.  The Hokuli‘a Shoreline Park was established by 1250 Oceanside in partnership with the State of Hawai‘i to protect and preserve the sensitive area as a conservation district.  Meandering pathways will take residents and visitors through some of the most significant and impressive cultural historic sites, including ancient trails, habitation sites, fishing villages and protected sites of ancient Hawaiians.  The park also offers shoreline access for Hawaiian descendants and the public, with plans for scenic lookouts and picnic sites.  “The stewardship of the lands of Hokuli‘a is both a responsibility and a privilege.  The principle of cultural preservation has guided the vision of Hokuli‘a to remain a very special place integrated into the foundation of the community,” said Duane Grimsman, Senior Vice President of 1250 Oceanside, LLC.

Hokuli‘a provides an opportunity of a lifetime to live in one of the most spectacular locations in the world on the majestic South Kona coastline.  The sense of community is expanding as construction proceeds on a number of new member-owned luxury homes throughout the project.  There are still a wide variety of breathtaking estate lots for purchase within the oceanfront lands nestled between Keahou Bay and Kealakekua Bay/Captain Cook.  New phases will be introduced shortly as Hokuli‘a becomes the most prized community on the Kona shoreline.  Within the ancestral homelands of legendary Hawaiian Kings and Queens, against the backdrop of the sacred coastline landmark Pu‘u Ohau – Hokuli‘a offers an exquisite living experience with extraordinary ocean views from nearly every lot, near-perfect climate conditions, and recreational amenities for owners with the opportunity to build luxurious, private homes on expansive one+ acre lots.

This idyllic property is far away from resorts and commercial areas, yet only minutes from shopping and entertainment.  With a total of 1,260 acres of gently sloped land overlooking the ocean, the Hokuli‘a community offers exceptional privacy and is surrounded by rich historic and agricultural significance.

1250 Oceanside, LLC is managed by Sunchase Holdings, Inc., a privately-held investment company focused on real estate development and management with an emphasis on master-planned communities.  1250 Oceanside has invested substantial expertise and capital into Hokuli‘a, including the funding of the newly-completed Mamalahoa Highway Bypass roadway known as “Ali‘i Drive”, extensive onsite utility and roadway infrastructure and long-awaited brand new member amenity facilities. 1250 has also provided funding for various Island charitable causes.

For updates and further information about ownership opportunities at Hokuli‘a or to schedule a tour, see our website:  hokulia.com

Media contact: Pat Monick at [email protected]

Source: Hokuli'a

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