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Low-income rental housing breaks ground


    There was a groundbreaking ceremony for Hale Kewalo (450 Piikoi St.), a 128 unit 11 story building for low income residents. This is kahu Kaleo Patterson (with the ti leaves, assisted by Haaheo Guanson, far left) conducting the blessing ceremony with the contracting team handling the shovels. It is being built by Stanford Carr using mainly state financing.


    A rendering of Hale Kewalo, above, depicts the low-income rental with the existing surrounding buildings.

About a year from now, 128 Hawaii families with low incomes will have some brand-new, really affordable housing close to a planned city rail station and Ala Moana Center. Read more

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