Kaua’i, Hawaii (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
Kukui’ula, the first major new luxury community on Kaua`i in more than a decade, is in the midst of a busy 2013 with more than $16 million in sales transactions either closed, under contract or reservation. A total of 27 homes are completed and 12 homes are currently under construction, with additional construction starts planned in the remainder of the year. Several nationally acclaimed architects and builders have announced new projects at Kukui’ula, bringing a diverse new collection of designs and inventory to the community.
Kukui’ula recently unveiled the first phase of the Club Bungalows, a collection of ten one-, two- and three-bedroom cottages built by Scott Edmunds, CSE and Associates, and designed by Jeffrey Berkus Architects. The Club Bungalows will offer contemporary interiors, expansive floor plans and exceptional views of the Pacific Ocean. Located steps away from the community’s multi-million dollar Plantation House and Spa at Kukui’ula, the Club Bungalows will provide prospective residents with another exceptional product within the Kukui’ula portfolio.
"There will be more than 40 homes completed by the end of 2014 in Kukui’ula," said Kukui’ula President Brent Herrington. "The interest demonstrated by nationally acclaimed builders and architects is a tremendous validation of our community."
The Club Cottages at Kukui’ula also opened to guests in November 2012, representing the first rental offering in the community’s Lodge Hospitality Program. Operated in partnership with The Parrish Collection Kauai, seven three-bedroom cottages are available for nightly rental and guests may enjoy the amenities and services of The Club at Kukui‘ula. Once this community is completed in 2014, it will feature a total of 15 cottages.
"With the introduction of the ultra chic Club Cottages at Kukui‘ula, combined with the highly personalized service from Parrish Kauai, hospitality on Kauai has been taken to another level. Guests love the home-away-from-home ambiance, refined interiors and just-next-door accessibility of the Club, with it's premium amenities and facilities," stated Jonathan "JP" Parrish, owner of The Parrish Collection Kauai. "These offerings set the Kukui`ula Club Cottages apart from other Kauai vacation rental options, and the demand for the cottages is exceeding owners' expectations."
Kukui’ula currently offers a selection of ocean view custom home sites and plantation-style cottages ranging from 1,500 to 3,800 square feet, with cottages starting at $2.5 million and custom home sites starting in the $800,000’s. The home sites provide the ideal opportunity for one-of-a-kind custom homes with panoramic ocean views.
While on property, residents and guests have access to extensive amenities. The Plantation House, offering sumptuous dining and refined relaxation, along with extensive pools and dazzling ocean and sunset views. Adjacent to The Plantation House is the Spa at Kukui’ula, an elaborate 20,000 square-foot sanctuary featuring abundant opportunities for fitness, relaxation and rejuvenation. The Farm at Kukui’ula offers a bounty of fresh produce that owners can pick for themselves or enjoy in the Club’s dining venues. The Golf Course at Kukui‘ula, a private 18-hole championship course designed by Tom Weiskopf, offers expansive ocean views and follows the natural flow of the land through the surrounding coffee fields, rolling hillsides and ocean bluffs of Kukui’ula.
Kukui‘ula is developed by Kukui’ula Development Company (Hawaii), LLC, an affiliate of DMB Associates, Inc. ("DMB"), a Scottsdale, Arizona-based diversified real estate development and investment firm (http://www.dmbinc.com), and A&B Properties, Inc., a subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin, Inc., one of Hawai’i’s largest private landowners (http://www.abprop.com). DMB has been a highly acclaimed leader in creating successful legacy communities in the western U.S. for more than 20 years. Alexander & Baldwin, a landmark name in the Hawaiian Islands for over 140 years, is involved in real estate and agriculture. For more information on Kukui’ula, visit http://www.kukuiula.com or call 1-808-742-0234.