Maui affordable rental project secures entitlements


A 324-unit mostly affordable rental project on Maui wrapped up its entitlement phase last week and is moving forward with design work, with construction starting as early as a year from now.

The $98 million project planned for a 14.4-acre site in Wailuku received approval from the Hawaii Housing Finance Development Corp. to build under the state’s 201H affordable housing statute on Nov. 18 and received its district boundary amendment last week, said Linda Schatz of the Schatz Collaborative, which…

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