Research Center - Honolulu

  • Kamehameha Schools Plans Mixed-Use Retail Project in Downtown Honolulu

    Kamehameha Schools is planning to invest $30 million to redevelop a Kakaako site into a retail and restaurant village. According to the Pacific Business News, the mixed-use project will be presented to the Hawaii Community Development Authority on July 3.

    17 June 2013 04:39
  • Downtown Office Building Set for Conversion into Student Housing

    By Adriana Pop, Associate Editor Maui developer Greg Hatcher of GC Pacific Inc. plans to turn the vacant 12-story Queen Emma Building in downtown Honolulu into a 130-unit, 260-bed dormitory for students from Hawaii Pacific University. The Pacific Business News reports that the developer will invest about $9 million into the makeover of the 80,918-square-foot [...]

    17 September 2012 03:43
  • Bidding Process Closes for M-U TOD in Kakaako

    By Adriana Pop, Associate Editor The bidding process ended for the Pohukaina Street mixed-use development in Honolulu, which includes the construction of a 650-foot residential skyscraper. The Pacific Business News reports that the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) received solid bids from at least four developers in Hawaii and China and should reach a final [...]

    10 September 2012 20:26
  • Plans Move Forward for Robertson Properties’ Mixed-Use Project on Oahu

    By Adriana Pop, Associate Editor Los Angeles-based Robertson Properties Group has submitted the final environmental impact statement for the $767 million mixed-use project the company plans to develop on the site of the former Kamehameha Drive-in property in Aiea. Situated across from Pearlridge Center, the commercial and residential community will include 1,500 multifamily homes, about [...]

    31 August 2012 19:35
  • DSI Buys 54 Dialysis Clinics from Fresenius

    by Adriana Pop, Associate Editor DSI Renal announced that it has acquired 54 dialysis clinics from Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA. Nine of the clinics are located on Oahu. The transaction triples DSI’s national footprint to 85 clinics in 23 states. Following the transaction, DSI and it will become the fourth largest for-profit provider of outpatient dialysis services [...]

    12 April 2012 21:37