March 25, 2022

Oahu's Most Family Friendly Neighborhods

A photo by Xavier Mouten of a mother and son on the beach.

Buying a home for your family raises the stakes of a home purchase significantly — not only do you have your own happiness and contentment to consider, but that of your partners, children, and whomever else will reside in your new home. 

While searching for the best places on ...

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Feb. 23, 2022

The Pros & Cons Of Hawaii Condo Living

Waikiki Living

Whether you consider yourself an advocate or a skeptic, condo living in Hawaii presents a home buying option that cannot be ignored. 

Contrary to many other states, Hawaii condominiums provide added perks and advantages oftentimes lacking in single-family homes. 

While the friendly price range and enticing amenities get ...

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Dec. 27, 2019

Traffic on Oahu

Six ways you can beat Honolulu’s traffic

Here’s the truth of it: traffic in Hawaii can be horrible. In the newest report from INRIX, a transportation analytics firm, Honolulu was ranked 18th most congested city in the U.S. The good news is that this is a much kinder ranking ...

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Dec. 17, 2019

10 Things To Know Before Moving to Hawaii

Moving to Hawaii

People dream of moving to Hawaii – after all, it’s paradise. With promise of serene tropical weather all year round and living near a pristine beach, Hawaii seems like an ideal location. But while our islands are beautiful, it’s also important – as with any big move – to do ...

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April 13, 2015

803 Waimanu - What you need to know

Good news for those looking to buy or invest in the dynamic and fast-growing neighborhood of Kakaako – the condominium project at 803 Waimanu St. is moving forward. The project is being developed by California-based MJF Development Corp. and will feature a seven-story condominium including 153 market-rate units. Buyers can ...

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Sept. 30, 2014

400 Keawe - Low-Rise Kakaako Living

400 Keawe, a low-rise project developed by Castle & Cooke and Kamehameha Schools, will add some variety into the Kakaako real estate landscape. There are several high-rise projects for sale right now including The Collection, which just sold out it's low-rise component of studio lofts, Keauhou Lane, which will ...

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Aug. 27, 2012

The Original Jams Improv Show

[singlepic id=286 w=320 h=240 float=right]The Original Jams Improv Show – also known as OJAMS – is an improvised show hosted and produced by local Hawai‘i actor Kimee Balmilero. Featuring local improv actors and newbies performaing together live.

Balmilero has studied acting and improv around the ...

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Posted in Events, Kakaako, Learning
Aug. 26, 2012

2nd Annual Green Gala

The U.S. Green Building Council Hawaii Chapter hosted their 2nd Annual Green Gala event inside a warehouse and parking lot on Auahi Street. The Green Gala is a fundraising awards event to to celebrate efforts of local professionals, builders, and community leaders. The USGBC Hawaii Chapter honors local innovators ...

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June 28, 2012

Enlightening about Behavior Engineering

[singlepic id=205 w=320 h=240 float=left]Hailing from Silicon Valley at The Greenhouse Innovation Hub, Nir Eyal explains an emerging field of thinking called Behavioral Engineering.

Connecting traits between psychology, technology and business, Behavioral Engineering brings around various ideas such as user experience, behavioral economics and even ...

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