Kakaako Kitchen Closing its Doors
We live in Paradise and as the seasons change we are so blessed that the weather doesn't. Though, a different kind of change is taking place in Kakaako right now, specifically Ward Village where the Texas based developer is developing one of the ...
Posted by Holden Lau on December 6, 2019 in Community News
A Guide to Kaka‘ako’s Best Restaurants in 2020
It's official:The Kakaako restaurant scene is growing and it's quickly becoming one of Honolulu's best destinations for enthusiastic foodies. Whether it's a quick snack, a relaxing brunch or casual dinner, this approachable, friendly neighborhood ...
Posted by Holden Lau on June 12, 2019 in Community News
Raising Building Height Limits in Kakaako
How High is too High? Should we extend the building height limit in Kakaako from 400 feet to 768 feet?
Building heights in Honolulu have always been a polarizing topic among locals and developers. For many years, the topic has been brought to the ...
Posted by Holden Lau on February 20, 2019 in Community News
Our 2019 Guide to Kakaako
Our 2019 Guide to Kakaako starts here. Located in the heart of Honolulu between the business district of downtown Honolulu and the tourist mecca of Waikiki, Kakaako has the perfect mix of gritty industrial vibe and swanky luxury beach town. Our ...
Posted by Holden Lau on February 11, 2019 in Community News
Sandbox Coworking to Open in Kakaako in July 2019
The Sandbox is the latest co-working space to provide a home for entrepreneurs in the rapidly growing Kakaako neighborhood. The Sandbox is just a small piece of what will eventually become the Kakaako Innovation Block. The two-story Sandbox will ...
Posted by Holden Lau on January 1, 2019 in Community News
Kakaako Reserved Housing in 2020
If you're looking for more information regarding "Affordable Housing" please click this link here. Reserved Housing and Affordable Housing are two different programs that have different eligibility requirements. The next opportunity to purchase ...
Posted by Holden Lau on November 2, 2015 in Community News