Luana homes

Plan A1

3 Bedroom/2.5 Bath
Living Area: 1,118 SF
Covered Entry: 42 SF
Covered Lanai: 60 SF
Low Storage: 168 SF
Garage: 290 SF

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Plan A2

3 Bedroom/2.5 Bath
Living Area: 1,110 SF
Covered Entry: 42 SF
Covered Lanai: 60 SF
Low Storage: 133 SF
Garage: 290 SF

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Plan B

3 Bedroom/2.5 Bath
Living Area: 1,267 SF
Covered Entry: 58 SF
Covered Lanai: 107 SF
Low Storage: 214 SF
Garage: 270 SF

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Plan C

3 to 4 Bedroom/2.5 Bath
Living Area: 1,396 SF
Covered Entry: 58 SF
Covered Lanai: 107 SF
Low Storage: 93 SF
Garage: 270 SF

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Luana at Koa Ridge

Luana at Koa Ridge is the second home series to be released at Koa Ridge. These three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath paired condominium homes range in size from 1,110 to 1,396 square feet of living area and start from the low $700,000s (FS). Each home includes a covered entry and covered lanai, open concept living areas with 9’ high ceilings, split-system air-conditioning, dedicated storage, and much more.

nanea at koa ridge

Nanea, which means tranquil, was the very first neighborhood of homes available at Koa Ridge. Six detached single-family condominium home designs offer contemporary three- and four-bedroom floor plans with large living areas, covered entries, covered lānai, and a variety of options to help you customize your home. Prices start in the high $800,000s, fee simple.

malina at koa ridge

Malina will be the first affordable townhomes available at Koa Ridge. These one, two, and three-bedroom homes range in size from 501 to 1,092 square feet of living area and start from the low $400,000s, fee simple
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Okipu'u at Koa Ridge

‘Okipu‘u at Koa Ridge

‘Okipu‘u, known in Hawaiian culture as clearings in the ancestral forest, allowed sunlight so shine through the dense forest and reach the earth below. This light source facilitated the birth of new life-giving plants in an environment where they could grow and thrive. This “new life” concept provided inspiration for today’s Koa Ridge.

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