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Kakaako mid-rise condo 803 Waimanu approved

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 03:17 p.m. HST, Jan 08, 2014

Plans for a mid-rise condominium in Kakaako with moderate-priced units were approved today by the Hawaii Community Development Authority.

The 153-unit project known as 803 Waimanu and proposed by developer Franco Mola of MJF Development Corp. received unanimous approval by the agency governing development in Kakaako.

Mola said units should be available for sale in late spring with construction starting in the summer.

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tigerwarrior wrote:
By "moderate-price" am I correct to predict a $500,000 price tag?
on January 8,2014 | 04:04PM
Mythman wrote:
There actually is an historic reason the way we have housing for living is spread out instead of concentrated in one small area. The state health department would be better able to attest to how crowding historically led to epidemics. The return of concentrated housing in the name of saving the environment or keeping the country as it is might not be as plausible when factoring in the historical events when crowding led to disease and sickness. We spread out for a reason in the first place. Come on, now.
on January 8,2014 | 04:47PM
bsbsbs wrote:
Do you mean the inadequate sewer system that stinks up Kakaako could be dangerous to one's health, especially when it runs in the streets from backing up when it rains? Nothing to see here; just move along folks.
on January 8,2014 | 05:25PM
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