`Ele`ele Iluna

107 Affordable Homes For Kaua`i


Of all the work we could be doing, this project creates the most affordable homes for Kaua`i families in the least amount of time.


Eleele Iluna Subdivision


Kauai Habitat’s first executive director, LaFrance Kapaka-Arboleda had the foresight to rally the community to address not only our needs in the aftermath of Hurricane ‘Iniki, but also the long-term needs of the community. She began a process by which Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity acquired and purchased 24 acres of land in ‘Ele‘ele from McBryde Sugar Company. Purchase of the land was completed in 2007 along with a large donation from an anonymous donor. The land is owned free and clear by Kaua‘i Habitat for Humanity.



Project Status:


Development and build out of Phase I, which included 18 homes, was completed in 2009.


Work on Phase II, Increment A, which includes 48 lots, began in 2014. Construction of homes in this increment were complete in 2018.


Development of Phase II, Increment B, which includes 59 lots, began in 2016. Construction of homes in this increment were complete in 2023. 

Where is it?


Located between Kaumuali`i Highway and Halewili Road in `Ele`ele on the Island of Kaua`i.


How many houses will be built there?


There will be 107 homes in Phase II of the project with a total of 125 homes once completed.



How can I live there?


All homes in our ‘Ele’ele Iluna subdivision have been sold. For those interested in homeownership at one of our upcoming building projects may call our Homeowner Services Department at (808) 335-0296 ext. 1006 to be added to our mailing list of prospective homebuyers. Those on this list will be notified when informational meetings will be held and applications accepted.


Also helpful for general information is our section on Homeownership.



How can I help support this building projects?



Equal Housing Opportunity


We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.