Micro-units Create Housing in Otherwise Unaffordable Market

Posted December 6th, 2023

Nohona Hale in Honolulu is Hawaii’s first micro-unit rental community, opening in 2020 in central Hawaii’s expensive rental market. Nohona Hale has more than 100 apartments, all affordable for low- to moderate-income households. The micro-unit design allowed the developer to maximize the number of apartments the development’s small lot and dense urban neighborhood could accommodate. Learn more and see what could work in New Jersey.

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