As part of Kamehameha Schools’ Kaiaulu ‘O Kaka’ako Master Plan, this project, situated on the corner of Keawe Street and Pohukaina Street is an important piece in the overall Kaka’ako Community. Four residential floors over 3 levels of parking will provide 88 affordable rental units ranging from studios to 3 bedrooms for residents with incomes of 100% or below the median income level.
A significant feature of this site will be a 10,000 square foot urban park which will be a focal point in the neighborhood as well as a key component in the overall pedestrian experience linking the future Civic Center Honolulu Area Rapid Transit station with the greater Kaka’ako Community. Envisioned to be an active park space, it will also be enlivened by the redevelopment of the existing 458 Keawe Street (the historic Alu Like) building. As part of a joint development with the 400 Keawe Street project developed by Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii, Inc., this project was one of the first projects to be reviewed by the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) under the newly adopted contested case hearing procedures.
Multi-Story Mixed-Use Residential