Milestones

The Haseko family of companies has achieved a lot in our nearly 50 years here in Hawaii. The list below outlines just some of the group's major milestones over the years.

2021

First-of-its-kind waterfront recreation and entertainment destination begins construction at Hoakalei Resort. Wai Kai plans to feature the world’s largest deep-water standing surf wave, access to an adjacent 52-acre recreational lagoon, restaurant and café.

2020

Haseko acquires the 211-acre Royal Kunia II project to build multi-family and single-family homes. 
 
Haseko acquires a nearly 15-acre parcel in ‘Ewa Villages for new home construction. The site is being planned for attached and single-family detached condominium homes. 

2019

Haseko turns over the newly constructed clubhouse at Hoakalei Country Club to the owners. 

2016

Haseko debuts Lei Pauku at Hoakalei Resort, an enclave of beautifully crafted, island-inspired townhomes located next to the picturesque Hoakalei Country Club Golf Course.

2015

Haseko introduces its newest model homes at Hoakalei Resort, the Ēlama Series, located within the Kuapapa neighborhood, overlooking the Ernie Els Signature Golf Course at Hoakalei Country Club and the historic Kuapapa Preserve.
 
Haseko receives two Awards of Merit in the 2015 Gold Nugget Awards for the 25.40 and 45.30 residences at Kuapapa at Hoakalei.

2014

Haseko received Five Star Americas Property Award for best Development Marketing, USA, from the International Property Awards for the branding and marketing of Hoakalei Resort, a 726-acre master planned resort community on the southwest coast of O’ahu.  
 
Haseko sells Hoakalei Country Club to Japan’s Hirakawa Shoji Group. 

2013

Kipuka, the newest neighborhood in the resort community of Hoakalei, launches with two charming new home collections:  the Garden Series and the Golf Series.

2012

The award-winning Ka Makana at Hoakalei neighborhood celebrates the grand opening of three new golf course view homes as part of Ka Makana’s luxurious Koa Series of resort residences. 
 
Hawaii hosts a regional Els for Autism Golf Challenge at the Ernie Els Design golf course at Hoakalei Country Club. 
 
Haseko breaks ground on a new 18.75-acre District Park located at the corner of Keone‘ula Boulevard and Fort Weaver Road in ‘Ewa Beach. Haseko donated $5.4 million toward the park, including the land, site preparation and funds for improvements to ensure the facility is useable from the day it opens.
 
Ka Makana at Hoakalei receives six awards at the 2012 Building Industry of Hawaii’s annual Parade of Homes, including the coveted Grand Champion title for its Koa Lifestyle Series, Residence 65.10. 
 
Haseko receives 2012 Americas Property Award in the category of: “Development Multiple Units” for Hawaii with “Ka Makana at Hoakelei.”

2011

Haseko unveils its refined vision for Hoakalei, which includes a new recreational lagoon. 

The 60.10 Koa Series residence at Ka Makana at Hoakalei receives a 2011 Gold Nugget Award of Merit. 

A new single-level addition to the Koa Series of model homes at Ka Makana at Hoakalei debuts, with the launch of 60.50.

Haseko becomes first in Hawaii to receive the prestigious National Housing Quality (NHQ) Award from Professional Builder magazine – the 2011 National Housing Quality Bronze Award.

2010

Hoakalei Country Club named the Best Golf Course in the United States and Americas, according to The Americas Property Awards 2010 in association with Bloomberg Television.  

Hoakalei Resort receives silver awards for “Best Radio Commercial” and “Best Sales Office” at The NationalsSM, the nation’s largest competition for new-home sales and marketing professionals and communities.

2009

Grand Opening of Hoakalei Country Club, which is named among best new private courses of 2009 by LINKS magazine. 

Ka Makana at Hoakalei debuts series of new model town homes, called Lehua.

Ka Makana at Hoakalei receives 18 awards in the Building Industry of Hawaii’s 52nd annual Parade of Homes awards competition.

2008

Fifteen new model homes are unveiled for Ka Makana at Hoakalei - the first resort residences in Hoakalei. Sales begin mid-year.

2007

Grassing of Ernie Els' signature golf course at Hoakalei Country Club begins.

2006

Ground is broken for Hoakalei Country Club - featuring Ernie Els' first signature golf course in Hawaii.

Preparations also begin for the construction and sale of Ocean Pointe's first homes along the golf course: The Town Homes at Fairway's Edge. 

Haseko also helps kupuna establish the Hoakalei Cultural Foundation.

2004

Sales get underway for Ocean Pointe's third residential neighborhood of 555 homes.

2002

Sales begin for the second residential neighborhood of 651 homes at Ocean Pointe.

1998

The first families occupy their new homes at Ocean Pointe.

1997

Ground is broken for the first residential neighborhood of 810 homes in the master-planned Ewa community and named "Ocean Pointe" to reflect its shoreline location and ocean-oriented recreational lifestyle.

1995

Haseko established the Ewa Beach Community Trust Fund.

1994

Honolulu's most gracious residential condominium, the Courtyards at Punahou, is completed.

1989

Haseko purchases 1,100-acre Ewa Marina Site (now known as Ocean Pointe & Hoakalei) and begins the long-term, planning process for this oceanside master planned community.

1987

The Ocean View Center office building in downtown Honolulu is completed.

1986

Haseko's second resort hotel - the Kauai Hilton - welcomes its first guests.

1984

The award-winning Liliuokalani Gardens at Waikiki condominium is completed.

1982

The low-rise Kona by the Sea resort condominium, overlooking the ocean on the sunny Kailua-Kona coast of the island of Hawaii, is completed.

1981

Kauai Beach Villas, a resort condominium on Kauai, is completed.

1980

Hasegawa Komuten Office Building (today known as Haseko Center) is completed.

The popular Kaaanapali Shores condominium on Maui's famous Kaanapali Beach is also completed.

1979

Hawaiian Monarch, a hotel, retail and condominium mixed-use project in Honolulu is completed. Pacific Monarch and Island Colony, hotel condominiums, in Honolulu are also completed.

1976

Haseko’s first high-rise condominium in Honolulu, 444 Nahua, is completed.

1973

First overseas subsidiary established in Hawaii, Hasegawa Komuten (U.S.A.), Inc., which is currently known as Haseko (Hawaii), Inc.