Lokahi Pacific's community development services currently falls into three basic areas:
The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Center at 1935 Main Street in Wailuku was developed by Lokahi Pacific in 1998 to provide badly needed office space for local non-profit agencies. The project includes a 20 unit residential component that provides affordable long term rental housing for persons with special needs. This innovative project has been recognized as a model community development project utilizing creative partnerships to address critical needs in the community.
Harry & Jeanette Weinberg PONO CENTER is Lokahi Pacific's second community facilities development project in Wailuku. It was completed in Fall of 2007. The venture is an urban revitalization property development project with a unique mixed-use design including:
Beginning with the development of the Hale O Mana'o Lana Hou special needs rental housing project in 1980, Lokahi Pacific has developed and currently manages seven rental housing projects on Maui. As developer, owner and operator of these projects, Lokahi Pacific has demonstrated sufficient capacity to manage them in a manner that ensures the long-term viability of each project as affordable, long-term housing for Maui's eligible residents.
Lokahi Pacific’s most recent rental housing project at 62 Market Street are rental apartments that brought the total number of housing rental units to 87.
Lokahi Pacific has been the Fiscal Sponsor for more than 120 various community events and programs since 2017.
These events and programs were funded by County of Maui and the State of Hawaii Tourism Authority. The budgets for these have ranged from as little as $3,000 to as much as $622,000.
Harry & Jeanette WEINBERG BUILDING
The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Center at 1935 Main Street was developed by Lokahi Pacific in 1998 to provide desperately needed office space for three local non-profit agencies.
Harry & Jeanette Weinberg PONO CENTER
Ground floor street frontage space houses a restaurant, and the ground floor rear is the shared-use, licensed commercial kitchen and is available for rental by the community of Maui. The second floor is residential and includes four one-bedroom apartments with a laundry facility and storage area for the residents. The third floor is the sm bus incubators, shared office space, conference rm, state-of-the-art training center, business support equip & svcs, and a sm business resource library.
Hale O Mana'o Lana Hou I & II
Chronically Mentally Ill Housing