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Keawe Street midrise praised in its first public hearing

By Andrew Gomes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 01, 2014

~~<p>A plan to develop two residential midrise buildings on Keawe Street in Kakaako received mostly positive comments at a public hearing Wednesday after neighbors withdrew a petition contesting the project.</p>
<p>The roughly $60 million plan comprising a 95-unit condominium called 400 Keawe and an 88-unit rental complex called 440 Keawe was presented to the Hawaii Community Development Authority by Castle &amp; Cooke Homes Hawai'i Inc. and Kamehameha Schools.</p>
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A plan to develop two residential midrise buildings on Keawe Street in Kakaako received mostly positive comments at a public hearing Wednesday after neighbors withdrew a petition contesting the project.

The roughly $60 million plan comprising a 95-unit condominium called 400 Keawe and an 88-unit rental complex called 440 Keawe was presented to the Hawaii Community Development Authority by Castle & Cooke Homes Hawai'i Inc. and Kamehameha Schools. Login for more...



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