Tenant applications are now being accepted for the third phase of the Meheula Vista senior affordable rental housing development in Mililani Mauka. A program of Catholic Charities Hawai‘i, the project is being developed by Catholic Charities Housing Development Corporation (“CCHDC”) and managed by Locations LLC.
Meheula Vista provides low-income seniors with an affordable permanent living option and offers complementary amenities, where residents can “age in place.” Located at the corner of Meheula Parkway and Lehiwa Drive in Mililani Mauka, Meheula Vista serves seniors with annual incomes of 60 percent or less of the area median income, or approximately $50,640 for one person, or $57,840 for two persons. Monthly gross rent for the one-bedroom units ranges from $680 to $980 based on income.
The application deadline is October 31, 2019, with a lottery scheduled for mid-November. To request an application, call Locations LLC at (808) 738-3100. Completed applications can be submitted by e-email to email@example.com or dropped off or mailed to 95-1060A Lehiwa Drive, Mililani, HI 96789.
The first two phases of Meheula Vista are now fully occupied. There will be a total of four phases, and once complete, the complex will feature four apartment buildings with a total of 300 senior housing residences, a multi-purpose building designed for resident activities and 143 on-site parking stalls. Limited on-site parking for an additional fee. Street parking by tenants is not permitted.
“We’re excited to open the next phase of affordable senior housing rentals at Meheula Vista next year,” said CCHDC President Rick Stack. “It is essential that we provide our kupuna with affordable housing options and Meheula Vista helps to meet this growing need.”
Tours of Meheula Vista are available by calling (808) 626-9162.
Incorporated in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization operating as a subsidiary of Catholic Charities Hawai‘i, CCHDC owns, develops, and manages real estate properties with the intent to provide affordable housing for families, the elderly, special needs individuals and other socially or economically disadvantaged persons.