Four-story condos planned for Punchbowl
The development firm will present renderings for the 90 to 110-unit project tonight
U.S. Pacific Development LLC plans to build a new four-story condominium project on 1.6 acres on the slopes of Punchbowl.
Company representatives are scheduled to present renderings for the proposed 90-to-110-unit condominium at 946 Prospect St. to the Makiki/Lower Punchbowl/Tantalus Neighborhood Board this evening.
The developers, who have sent out letters about the plans to neighboring land owners, wouldn't provide details of the project until after today's community presentation. The board meets at 7 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Building in Makiki District Park.
The project, called Skyline Honolulu, will be built in a special design district with a 40-foot height limit. A representative of the owners who asked not to be identified said yesterday that building permits for the development will likely be filed in six months.
State tax records show the 1.6 acres were sold on April 4 for $6.3 million to Prospect Properties LLC, whose agent is listed as William Deuchar, president and chief executive officer of U.S. Pacific Construction Inc.
A handful of homes sit on the parcels, which were sold by five separate owners.
U.S. Pacific Construction, formerly known as DFH Development Corp., was established in 1990 to perform non-union construction work.