Hawaii is one of the most preferred vacation destinations on Earth. With its year-round good weather, untouched nature and world-renowned hospitality it has become a primary choice for those who seek a healthy and quality get-away. Yet, Hawaii means so much more than vacation. People from around the world choose the Aloha State for a solid and profitable real estate investment due to its traditionally increasing market value, strategic intercontinental location, and unique living spaces that combine a down-to-earth natural lifestyle with a resort-level comfort.
Pacific Ola is the first community within the Puainako Heights Subdivision master plan, located on a total of 158.964 acres of land in South Hilo, Island of Hawaii. The community consists of 49 single family homes, forming the first phase of the Subdivision which will be developed in seven phases.
The homesites at Pacific Ola will be available as both the purchase of shovel-ready lots for land investment, and the purchase of a fully built single family home or villa unit based on one of our four designs.
The pristine beaches and natural parks of the Big Island, and the City of Hilo in particular, offer unique experiences for its residents.
Due to its one-of-a-kind surroundings and relaxing ambiance, Island of Hawaii has become the preferred destinations of world’s elite, who would like to set themselves apart from the touristy hustle of the other major islands, in addition to locals and visitors who want to live the Aloha spirit in its utmost purity.
Countless hiking routes with majestic views of the tropical greenery, waterfalls, hills, gardens full of various seasonal fruits and vegetables, world-class golf courses, luxury resorts with massage and spa amenities as well as amicable meet-up spots of yoga and fitness enthusiasts make up some of the daily-life locations of this heavenly piece of land.
Say Hello, to Hilo.
Besides being a naturally luscious green oasis for organic produce farmers and adventurers, the city of Hilo is also home to a lively bay town and the campus of the University of Hawaii, Hilo.
As the largest urban area and the capital city of the County of Hawaii, Hilo offers a great opportunity for a healthy and active lifestyle where the blue meets the green.
Having the luxury of fresh produce, exotic fruits and local wild-caught seafood every-single-day and at an affordable price is one of the core components of the true Pacific life that residents of Hilo live.
Every island has a different personality and soul – but among the six major islands, one truly stands apart. With its cultural diversity, natural beauties and dramatic terrain, the Big Island is the epitome of a natural and luxurious lifestyle.
The Island of Hawaii is 4,000 square miles with a population of 200,000. Hilo is the capital of Hawaii County with the largest population and the highest growth rate in all the Hawaiian Islands. The north-east region of the Island Hawaii is known for its favorable climate with cooler temperatures in comparison to other parts of the island.
With its large and growing population, Hilo is a dynamic island capital. It sports a major airport, several hospitals and major shopping areas. There are a multitude of tourist attractions all within a short drive from Hilo with direct domestic and international flights.
Hilo is widely regarded as one of the most comfortable cities in the US. It is also home to one of the campuses of the University of Hawaii, state-of-the-art technology at the Hilo Medical Center, Home Depot, Target and 3 shopping centers.
It’s a great place to visit, but even a better place to live.
Once a sugar-producing hub, Hilo’s historic downtown is lined with old wooden store fronts and unique early 1900s architecture. This lively bay town is filled with boutiques, art galleries, museums and restaurants.
Events in Hilo
In April, Hilo hosts the annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival, a week-long festival with the best hula dancers among all the Hawaiian Islands come together to compete.
Every year on the 11th day of June since 1871, Hilo hosts the Kamehameha Festival. It’s a national holiday that celebrated the kingdom of Hawai’I honoring the memory of Kamehameha the Great (c. 1758-1819). King Kamehameha integrated the Hawaiian Islands and became king in 1810.
In October, Hilo hosts the Hilo Way Finding Festival, this festival celebrates the ancient pacific celestial navigation, and historic sailing feats used for centuries by the Hawaiian Natives.
In November, Black and White Night is the biggest annual strolling party with streets filled with live music venues, fashion shows, treasure hunts, free local food and author & artists receptions. Everyone dresses in black and white and there is a “Best Dressed” contest that takes place at the end.
Hilo means “twist” in Hawaiian.
The world’s largest processor of macadamia seeds, the Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corporation is headquartered just south of Hilo. The company was named after the Mauna Loa volcano, and is a subsidiary of The Hershey Company.
The first inhabitants arrived in Hilo around 1100 A.D, coming from from the Marquesas Islands. They brought Polynesian traditions and knowledge. It was on Captain Cook’s third voyage that he landed in Hawaii in 1778 (on Kaui), paving the way for an influx of westerners to the islands. Within one year, warriors at Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island killed Captain Cook
Hilo is in a tropical rainforest climate and has a total area of 58.4 square miles.
Hilo is the oldest county in the Hawaiian archipelago. Some great points of Interest include Kalakaua Park, East Hawaii Cultural Center, Lyman Museum, and Haili Church.
In the south-west of the bay, Pacific Ola is situated in a well-established neighborhood with excellent access to support services. The community consists of the 49 single family homes that form the first phase of the Puainako Heights Subdivision program. The main entrance of the Subdivision opens to Puainako Street, which is a major east/west corridor for access to Hilo’s commercial district.
The community project site comprises Phase 1A and Phase 1B of the Subdivision.
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Aloha and welcome to the newest and largest residential subdivision in the State of Hawaii. Big Island is my home and I’m very excited to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience as we establish a whole new neighborhood – from naming the streets to building living spaces that will hosts many generations to come.
After a long preparation, entitlement and planning period of about 12 years, our community is finally getting ready to begin construction. If you have any questions about the home sales, the next steps or adding your name on the reservation list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or myself directly at:
If you’re interested in doing real estate investment in Hawaii to receive significant returns while contributing to the making of the Pacific Ola community, you may also want to contact Admiral Realty Capital to find out about the latest collective lending fund. You may reach the representatives of Admiral at email@example.com or learn about the offering on their website:
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