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Developer produces accessory dwelling units to help ease Honolulu’s housing crunch

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    Alan Miyamoto, above and left, lives in an ADU that is attached to the home of his daughter Danelle, above, in Ewa Beach.

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    D.R. Horton, developer of Ho‘opili in Ewa Beach, is offering new homes with accessory dwelling units, or ADUs.

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    ADUs must have separate entrances, as seen above, and their own kitchen and bathroom.

When the city allowed construction of small rental units on single-family house lots in 2015 to help ease Oahu’s housing crunch, homeowners were expected to build these accessory dwelling units. Read more

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