Waikiki Center

  • Bank of Hawaii Waikiki Center Changes Owners

    Shoei USA Inc. has acquired the Bank of Hawaii Waikiki Center from Honolulu-based Pacific Office Properties Trust Inc. and its Mainland partner. According to the Pacific Business News, NAI ChaneyBrooks represented the buyer in the transaction. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Located at 2155 Kalakaua Avenue near the Waikiki Beach Walk, this landmark nine-story property offers more than 150,000 square feet of office and retail space, along with 219 parking stalls. Its tenants include Bank of Hawaii, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Aston Hotels, JTB Hawaii, 7-Eleven and the Teddy Bear World. Last May, the building’s former owners put the property on the market for $38 million. Larry Taff, president and CEO of Pacific Office Properties, told the newspaper that the company’s partner, a group of Mainland investors, owned an 83 percent interest in the property.

    Honolulu 25 February 2013 06:24

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