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Battle over Kakaako housing continues on Oahu

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is pushing for legislation to reverse a ban on building housing makai of Ala Moana Boulevard. Above, the Ewa edge of Kewalo Harbor, which is owned by the agency.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is pushing for legislation to reverse a ban on building housing makai of Ala Moana Boulevard. Above, the Ewa edge of Kewalo Harbor, which is owned by the agency.

COURTESY OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS 
                                An artist’s rendering shows what buildings up to 200 feet high might look like on land in Kakaako Makai owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. The agency is seeking to build residential towers rising up to 400 feet on some of its property in the area.
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COURTESY OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS

An artist’s rendering shows what buildings up to 200 feet high might look like on land in Kakaako Makai owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. The agency is seeking to build residential towers rising up to 400 feet on some of its property in the area.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is pushing for legislation to reverse a ban on building housing makai of Ala Moana Boulevard. Above, the Ewa edge of Kewalo Harbor, which is owned by the agency.
COURTESY OFFICE OF HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS 
                                An artist’s rendering shows what buildings up to 200 feet high might look like on land in Kakaako Makai owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. The agency is seeking to build residential towers rising up to 400 feet on some of its property in the area.