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Ke’alohilani: The New Name of Alohilani at Kehalani

The subdivision formerly known as Alohilani at Kehalani has now been renamed Ke’alohilani at Kehalani.

The housing development formerly known as "Alohilani."

The housing development formerly known as “Alohilani”

Why Change the Name?

Due to a misunderstanding between the Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs and D.R. Horton, the previously issued name of “Alohilani” was no longer available.

Meaning?

Alohilani roughly translates to “heavenly brightness” or “shining sky.” By adding “Ke” to the beginning, the new meaning loosely translates to “the heavenly brightness” or “the shining sky.”

All signage has been changed to the new name.

All signage has been changed to the new name

Either way, Ke’alohilani at Kehalani is still going to be a great addition to the master planned development of Kehalani. Located on the foothills of the West Maui mountains in Wailuku, this subdivision will be facing the sunrise and Haleakala, and will enjoy sunsets behind the West Maui mountains from its posterior.

The sun setting behind the west Maui mountains.

The sun setting behind the West Maui mountains

Want to Know More?

For more information regarding Ke’alohilani at Kehalani, please see my previous blogs:

Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have regarding this or any other properties on Maui.

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