Pili Mai Update – Only 17 Homes Left in Poipu!

Have you been thinking about buying a brand new home in Poipu, on Kauai’s sunny south shore? Time is running out to get in on Pili Mai, Brookfield Residential’s popular new construction project — there are only 18 homes left! Buildings 13 and 14 are now sold out.

#6A – Last Remaining Golf Front Villa

#6A, a Makani Plan One, ground floor, single level, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1296 SF home at the corner of the building, facing the golf course with central air and internal access from the garage.

The Makani, Plan One (6A) asking $848,717

Last Few Homes Left

Only five homes remain in Building 5, offering prime mountain views. Starting at $749,500 for a 1277 SF 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath unit 5G, a Hohonu plan — up to 5B a Hoku plan with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and 1478 SF of space asking $829,500. There are also three Moana homes available: 3 Bed, 3 Bath 1443 SF units – #5C ($823,500), 5D ($789,500) & 5J ($779,500).

Building 4 is the last Pili Mai building containing the final 11 units. Reservations are currently being taken for these homes, and the process is very simple!

First Come, First Serve

Once Building 4 units are released for sale, the developer, Brookfield Residential, works chronological order with reservation holders. Reservation holders have 48 hours to decide if they would like to move forward with a contract and picking their new home finishes. If a reservation holder declines, the developer simply moves on to the next reservation in line. The preregistration agreement is non-binding; it is not a sales contract for the purchase of the unit. No deposits are due, and it can be canceled at any time. Please contact me for more information about how to submit a reservation for a home in Building 4.

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