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Plan for low-income housing towers over Waipahu

  • ILLUSTRATION COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
                                 Keawalau at Waipahu by California-based affordable housing developer Highridge Costa exceeds the 60-foot height limit for the area.

    ILLUSTRATION COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

     Keawalau at Waipahu by California-based affordable housing developer Highridge Costa exceeds the 60-foot height limit for the area.

  • ILLUSTRATION COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
                                Conceptual renderings of the development proposed by Kamehameha Schools show the project, above, with business around the nearby transit station.

    ILLUSTRATION COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

    Conceptual renderings of the development proposed by Kamehameha Schools show the project, above, with business around the nearby transit station.

  • ILLUSTRATION COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
                                Conceptual renderings of the development proposed by Kamehameha Schools show the project from the top, with business around the nearby transit station.

    ILLUSTRATION COURTESY KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS

    Conceptual renderings of the development proposed by Kamehameha Schools show the project from the top, with business around the nearby transit station.

A developer is seeking to build more than 500 low-income rental homes in Waipahu, though tentative designs for two towers exceeding a city height limit by more than three times has triggered some community opposition. Read more

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