Work starts on luxury oceanside real estate development

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Construction work has started on an ambitious Hawaiian real estate project featuring luxury condos.

Destination Properties has already begun sales of the two, three and four-bedroom Poipu Beach homes and has drawn interest from Hawaii itself, plus California and Utah.

Sales have steadily continued since then, with the first residences scheduled for occupancy towards the end of 2009.

Called Koloa Landing, the project is a 25-acre residential resort development based on the southern tip of Hawaii’s Kauai island at Poipu Beach.

It is the first major oceanside real estate development in Poipu since 1990, and features the most extensive pool and outdoor facilities on the island.

Sid Landolt of Destination Properties said:

“With the buildings taking shape, buyers can feel confident that Koloa Landing is more than a vision. It’s become a reality thanks to a combination of a strong developer and great real estate.”

A ‘limited number’ of phase one two and three-bedroom condominium homes are still available, Destination Properties said. Prices range from the low $900s to over $2 million.

Other popular Hawaiian property areas include Oahu, Waikiki and Maui. The islands became the 50th state of the US in 1959 and have remained popular with tourists and property buyers, with recent surveys putting the state’s population at around 1,211,537.

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