See this inspiring 3-minute video documenting the construction of this historic project!

Governor Josh Green, M.D., and other government officials joined the developers of the Ililani condominium project to celebrate the completion of the 328-unit project on May 17.
Ililani boasts 328 total units, with 197 deemed affordable one- and two-bedroom apartments. The development at Keawe and Pohukaina streets provides crucial housing opportunities for local families in the heart of one of the fastest growing neighborhoods on Oʻahu.
“Making housing more affordable for working class families so they can realize their dream of owning their first home is so heartwarming and will go a long way in addressing the affordable housing crisis,” Green said.
HHFDC reviewed, approved and transmitted the developer’s application requesting exemptions from several developer fees and charges to the Honolulu City Council, which subsequently approved the exemptions. Similarly, a number of exemptions from zoning and land-use regulations were granted with the concurrence of the state Hawaiʻi Community Development Authority.
Units remain available for purchase. Prices for one-bedroom units start at $477,500 and two-bedroom units cost as little as $582,100. Find more information at

What’s new at HHFDC? 
  • The SEVENTH Emergency Proclamation on Affordable Housing : (June 19, 2024) The application form for homebuilders seeking affordable housing certification through HHFDC as directed by Governor Josh Green, M.D., in his Seventh Emergency Proclamation on Affordable Housing, is now available.
  • UPDATE: HHFDC’s Affordable Housing Inventory list has been updated. (June 5, 2024) See it here
  • PUBLIC COMMENT NOTICE on the Draft Substantial Amendment No. 2 to the PY2023 Annual Action Plan to incorporate an allocation from HUD’s Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) through Rapid Unsheltered Survivor Housing (RUSH) funds to address homelessness. The deadline to comment is May 29, 2024.
    • The Notice of Public Comment is here.
    • The draft substantial amendment No. 2 to the PY2023 Annual Action Plan is here. 
  • UPDATE: HHFDC’s Affordable Housing Inventory list has been updated. (May 8, 2024) See it here
  • Maui’s Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) Program is now accepting applications. Go to HHFDC’s HAF landing page for more information. 
  • The 2024 HUD Income Rent and Sales Guidelines are now online and broken down by county. Use these to apply to projects that received 201H-38 assistance from HHFDC. (NEW!) Use the 2024 HUD Multifamily Tax Subsidy Projects (MTSP) Income Limits for those projects that received LIHTC, RHRF, HMMF and RARF program assistance. 
  • NEWS RELEASE (April 29, 2024) New HHFDC fund helps nonprofit, self-help home developers. See details here.
  • HHFDC’s Affordable Homeownership Revolving Fund (AHRF) is now LIVE! For details, go here.

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For a list of the state’s Planned/In Construction affordable and workforce housing projects, go here

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