New Development on Maui – Lai Loa at Wailea

Laʻi Loa grand room. Courtesy Rendering Photo

As the rest of the world holds on pause to see what happens next, La’i Loa at Wailea, Wailea’s newest product has been introduced to South Maui. Although the current state of the market and has some concerned about uncertainties, this development has been long awaited and warmly welcomed by a captive audience.  Bordered by Kai Malu at Wailea, the Wailea Blue Golf Course, a 13 acre natural reserve and Wailea Alanui Drive as shown on the map below.

Many of you have asked over the years to be kept apprised when something new comes to South Maui… 4 weeks from launch and they’re already 25% under contract.

 

The final 125-acres of residential living in Wailea was purchased by the developer, Ledcor from from A & B in early 2019.  An upcoming 7 complex family of homes, Wailea Hills is on the last portion of what’s to be built in Wailea with walking paths, beach and restaurant access and a community vibe. It’ll take years before full completion, but we kick it off with Lai’loa at Wailea, 15 buildings with 75 units on 13 gorgeous acres of South Maui.  The buildings in Lai Loa, located off Kai Malu Drive, and bordering Wailea Alanui Dr. will be oriented along the elevation to maximize the ocean views for the single-level two- and three-bedroom units and four-bedroom penthouses. Think big ocean, outer-island and golf course views – especially from the highly coveted Penthouse units, which are starting at $3.495m.

 

All views will face Northwest, with home prices starting at $1.5 million. and ranging into the upper $3m for larger footprint Penthouse units.  I had the pleasure of attending a recent virtual tour. With the new ages of technology, they are able to depict excellent renderings of what’s to come. The best thing about these units are the size of the footprints. Larger than at Kai Malu or Keala o Wailea and really unlike anything else currently in Wailea.  They also all have parking garages and ample storage for kayaks and stand-ups. All units will look straight out to the ocean, with the panoramic being the most substantial of them all.

 

All residences include designer custom finishes. There are no upgrades, they are all top notch. Sleek finishes include: disappearing glass sliders, wooden entry door w/ glass side light, LED lights in all rooms, plush carpets in the bedrooms. Grasscloth finishes, subway tile in the kitchen, double ovens, Hans Grohe appliances and toto toilets. To be explained as classic and sophisticated with a contemporary, modern and neutral color palette. Keeping it comfortable and practical… every unit has wide / deep lanais and a barbecue that vents to the outside.

Read more on  Luxury Wailea Blog. 

Renderings and Floor Plans on Luxury Wailea Blog 

Wailea Hills Collection Video:

 

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