BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE
ALWAYS MOVING FORWARD
Major “village center” project located in Nanakuli, Oahu that includes a Kamehameha Schools cultural learning center, an affordable rental housing project, commercial retail spaces and community health clinics. A proposed "village center" project on the slopes of Punchbowl which will provide kupuna housing and a cultural community learning center.
Helping to tackle the constant shortage of affordable housing, HCDB is working tirelessly to identify and develop new community projects. Looking to the future, brand new mixed use developments and village centers provide quality housing and critically needed services to our clearly underserved communities.
HCDB has strong working relationships with both homestead communities, private developers and government agencies to accomplish its mission to provide affordable housing and community developments to further the betterment of low income areas.
Hawaiian Community Development Board (HCDB) is a non-profit established in 2000 with the express mission of supporting and promoting housing, community, and economic development projects that benefit families living in the Hawaiian Home Lands communities and throughout the state of Hawaii.
Under the leadership of Kali Watson, former Director of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) and with the support and guidance of a dedicated and knowledgeable Board of Directors of all Native Hawaiians primarily from homesteading communities , HCDB has developed an aggressive plan to provide some exciting opportunities in the various areas.
The team assembled by HCDB to develop projects in the Hawaiian Home Lands communities and throughout the Sate consists of highly qualified, experienced professionals with a mutual commitment to the people of Hawaii.