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Kamehameha Schools envisions phased redevelopment of Kapalama

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Kamehameha Schools plans to redevelop this corner of Dillingham Boulevard and Kohou Street, which is occupied by Excellent Motor Group, within two to five years.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Kamehameha Schools plans to redevelop this corner of Dillingham Boulevard and Kohou Street, which is occupied by Excellent Motor Group, within two to five years.

COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
                                Kamehameha Schools, the state’s largest private landowner, is planning for three residential high-rise towers, a retail marketplace and several acres of open space to replace industrial buildings along Kapalama Canal.
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COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

Kamehameha Schools, the state’s largest private landowner, is planning for three residential high-rise towers, a retail marketplace and several acres of open space to replace industrial buildings along Kapalama Canal.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Kamehameha Schools plans to redevelop this corner of Dillingham Boulevard and Kohou Street, which is occupied by Excellent Motor Group, within two to five years.
COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
                                Kamehameha Schools, the state’s largest private landowner, is planning for three residential high-rise towers, a retail marketplace and several acres of open space to replace industrial buildings along Kapalama Canal.