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Redeveloping the Kam Drive-In site in Aiea

A bold plan offers low-income housing to own or rent

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 28, 2014

~~<p>The ambitious plan to redevelop the 15-acre Kam Drive-In site in Aiea could also help spawn hundreds of low-income housing units near the Pearlridge Transit Station and other hubs along the city's upcoming $5.26 billion rail line.</p>
<p>The scope of Live Work Play Aiea, directly across Kaonohi Street from Pearlridge Center, ensures it will change the landscape of the Aiea-Pearl City corridor. The project is the first transit-oriented development on Oahu and &quot;the first substantial residential project built in the Aiea and Pearlridge communities in more than 30 years,&quot; said John Manavian, executive vice president of Robertson Properties.</p>
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The ambitious plan to redevelop the 15-acre Kam Drive-In site in Aiea could also help spawn hundreds of low-income housing units near the Pearlridge Transit Station and other hubs along the city's upcoming $5.26 billion rail line.

The scope of Live Work Play Aiea, directly across Kaonohi Street from Pearlridge Center, ensures it will change the landscape of the Aiea-Pearl City corridor. The project is the first transit-oriented development on Oahu and "the first substantial residential project built in the Aiea and Pearlridge communities in more than 30 years," said John Manavian, executive vice president of Robertson Properties. Login for more...



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