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HCDA approves two more mid-rise buildings in Kakaako

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:36 p.m. HST, Jun 10, 2014


A plan to develop two residential mid-rise buildings on Keawe Street in Kakaako was approved Tuesday by the Hawaii Community Development Authority.

Board members of the authority, a state agency regulating development in Kakaako, voted 5-0 in favor of the roughly $60 million project comprising a 95-unit condominium called 400 Keawe and an 88-unit rental complex called 440 Keawe on 2.8 acres bordered by One Waterfront Towers and Auahi, Pohukaina and Keawe streets.

Construction is projected to start on the seven-story buildings in the fall and finish by the end of next year, according to the developers of the project.

Kamehameha Schools, which owns the project site, is developing the rental portion, and Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii Inc. is developing the condo portion.

Prices are projected to range from the high-$300,000s to the mid-$700,000s for the condos with one to three bedrooms. Monthly rents for the apartments that include studios to three-bedroom units are estimated to range from $1,100 to $1,700.






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AIEA25 wrote:
SINCE CONDOS STARTED POPPING IN ALL LOCATION IN KAKAAKO .THERE SEEMS TO BE LESS OPEN AREA PARKS FOR PEOPLE TO ENJOY ..I GUESS THERE IS NO GREEN AREAS WHEN YOU HAVE THE BIG BUCKS .. YOU CAN DO WHAT EVER YOU WANT TO DO WITHOUT QUESTION ..
on June 10,2014 | 03:55PM
Motherof9 wrote:
Um,these apartments are being built where old buildings are already standing. How does this project take away parks?
on June 10,2014 | 04:09PM
false wrote:
Less parks means less places where homeless bums can congregate.
on June 10,2014 | 04:20PM
Rapanui00 wrote:
More dismal news from our corrupt and toxic agencies and politicians...Oh I forgot their are so many hi paying jobs on Oahu that anyone can afford these and there incredibly hi HOA fees. The public is really swallowing this hook line and sinker - its deeply depressing!
on June 10,2014 | 04:55PM
MakaniKai wrote:
Who is this HCDA?
on June 10,2014 | 05:15PM
fairgame947 wrote:
This is TOTALLY OUT OF HAND!
on June 10,2014 | 05:44PM
JPC wrote:
HCDA members should be known for all to see with pictures for recognition. That way we can praise their hard work and perhaps even pat them on the back when seen in public. Give them all their due credit if things don't work out we will at least know them by face. Print their pictures often!
on June 10,2014 | 11:17PM
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