Kahunah Properties’ mission is to enhance the physical, social, and emotional well-being of all NoBe inhabitants, strengthening the local community, and increasing civic engagement by sustainably reshaping the built environment.
As strong proponents of true urbanism, as well as sustainability and public health, we take pride in supporting active modes of transportation, such as walking, biking, and public transit.
The principles of true urbanism propose a "city of short distances" where a more holistic transportation approach makes possible commuting via pedestrian, cyclist, and public transportation networks; while traffic and its noise and air pollution are substantially reduced.
True urbanism respects each city's unique identity – its DNA –, and considers the city a work of art. The city's identity is further expressed through its public art.
The principles of true urbanism generate cities that are both ecologically sustainable, by reducing energy consumption, emphasizing infill and reconstruction rather than greenfield development, and socially sustainable, by promoting the individual's social, mental and physical well-being and the community's cultural, economic and social well-being.