The Plaza Assisted Living to Break Ground in Hawaii

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MOANALUA – MW Group, Ltd. and Sound Building Systems Hawaii, Inc. will host the blessing and ground breaking of The Plaza at Moanalua on May 20, 2011 at 11:00 AM.  The 107,000 square-foot, 156 bed rental assisted living community will be located at 1280 Moanalualani Place.  This rental property is being specifically designed to serve independent living, assisted living and memory care seniors and will be modeled after its sister companies, The Plaza at Punchbowl, located in Honolulu and The Plaza at Mililani, located in Mililani Mauka.  The Plaza at Punchbowl has been operating since 2004 and The Plaza at Mililani opened in February 2010.

Expected to open in Fall of 2012, the six-story building caters to seniors who are looking for a community that offers a variety of amenities and levels of care, yet does not lock them into a mortgage or a buy-in community fee.  Located on Moanalualani Place in a residential neighborhood of Moanalua, The Plaza at Moanalua will offer seniors a supportive and caring home.  The community features a mix of semi-private and private suites in the memory care and assisted living floors and semi-private, studio, and one bedroom apartments in the independent living floors.  All apartment units will be equipped with a 24-hour nurse call monitoring system, private bathroom with walk-in shower, and kitchenette containing a refrigerator and microwave.


As Hawaii’s senior population rapidly grows, the need for alternative senior living options continues to increase.   The Plaza, by providing assisted living services, will meet the needs of those seniors whom are not ready for a nursing home but can no longer live at home independently.  On an as-needed basis, supportive personal care services such as bathing, dressing, toileting, and medication management services will be available and delivered by a trained and professional staff.  In addition, The Plaza at Moanalua will be able to care for those with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other related memory disorders.

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