We may not have yellow leaves turning to fiery red this month, but you can feel the change in the morning air and start to see athletes running down Alii Drive and bicycling down Queen K in preparation for IronMan. LUVA Real Estate knows Fall signals change and we have some of our own changes coming up later this month which we will reveal later. In the meantime, here are some of the fun things you can do in October in West Hawaii!
What: AstroDay Kona
When: Saturday, October 6 from 11 am – 3 pm
Where: Kona Commons Shopping Center
AstroDay returns to bring science fun to West Hawaiʻi residents for a free, family-oriented, science celebration. Explore dozens of fun and educational
A mini-construction boom has hit West Hawaii this year with plenty of new and renovated properties and commercial developments coming online in the next six months to two years. LUVA Real Estate agents are ready to show you new homes in up and coming developments and can give you more information as time goes on about the commercial developments, as well.
Let’s start with some of the new commercial developments that are bringing some new businesses to West Hawaii:
Development also continues at BREW, a 6-acre site that Manini Holdings managing partner Mattson Davis said is envisioned as “Kona’s gathering place.”
BREW spans three lots around Pawai Place and is anchored by the Kona Brewing Co. brewery and pub at the
If you ask local merchants how is the market, they will tell you it has been one heck of a slow summer due to the VOG and eruption that started in May and finally ended in early August. Real estate followed much of that same lead, with buyers pulling back to see what was going to happen with the market. Now that the eruption has ceased, the blue sky days are magnificent and you can see the sun diamonds sparkling upon the ocean, the buyers are coming back into the market.
Lance Owens, LUVA Real Estate agent and the President of the West Hawaii Association of Realtors said, “Basically the market is making a strong recovery. Remember that the August numbers reflect month two of the lava flow and considering that July was off by 48 and 46% in terms