ROOM TO STRETCH OUT. ROOM TO GROW.
The surrounding Kailua-Kona area has a rich history of agriculture. Nestled on sheltering slopes of Mauna Loa, it enjoys a unique microclimate, offering great conditions for a variety of crops and plants.
In pre-contact times, native Hawaiians developed the Kona Field System, portions of which can still be seen today. This tradition of agriculture in the region has played a key part in our planning.
Agriculture will be part of each unique residential lot. Homeowners are already growing avocado, citrus, coffee, mango and other local crops, some of which are featured at the Club’s restaurant. HCA even has its own brand of coffee grown on site.
When you are ready to construct your home, the Hokuli‘a Design Review Committee will provide a list of suggested crops and review your agricultural plans. Once your plantings are complete, the community association will be there to assist you in cultivating, harvesting and marketing your crops.