Clayton Nishikawa, the developer of the Kula Ridge housing project on Maui, has received an OK for district boundary amendments from the state Land Use Commission. Approval allows the project featuring 116 homes to go forward.
The Maui News is reporting that the LUC’s ruling will allow for 34.5 acres of land mauka of Kula Highway to be an urban district, and another 16.5 acres to go from agricultural to rural district.
The Kula Ridge project, valued at $35 million when completed in a decade, calls for 70 affordable homes and the remaining 46 to be sold at market prices.
(Report Provided by Pacific Business News)