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Kakaako is a neighborhood of Honolulu once home to Hawaiian royalty and more recently an area ripe with redevelopment and sporting the motto “urban living in the heart of Honolulu.” Kakaako is located between Downtown and Waikiki and is home to great shopping, restaurants, entertainment, John A. Burns School of Medicine and part of the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
A commercial and industrial hub in Honolulu, Kakaako is becoming increasingly more residential. Kakaako real estate has been expanding with a number of new projects underway and strong home sales. There are a number of spectacular condominium buildings and Kakaako is known as being a great neighborhood in which to live, work and play. This is perhaps the hippest community in Honolulu.
Kakaako is vibrant with an active nightlife that includes a monthly block party celebrating its urban lifestyle. This fun event includes pop-up food, drinks, art, music, fashion and so much more in the heart of the district. The Kakaako neighborhood is known for being innovative and creative with cutting edge businesses, unique restaurants and so much more.
The Kakaako Waterfront Park offers a quiet spot to enjoy views of the water. It is perhaps the absence of a sandy beach that makes the park quieter than other oceanfront spots in the area, but the water is no less beautiful from this location. Comprised of 35 acres, the park offers grassy spots, an amphitheater, picnic tables and public restrooms.
Kakaako real estate is popular because of the efforts made to revitalize the area and the current trend that has people wanting to live in a convenient location, where they can walk to work, to shopping, to restaurants and to entertainment. Of course, Kakaako takes urban living to the next level because of its proximity to the water and the stunning views available from the area’s high rise condominiums.
$800,000 – $1,500,000
$600,000 – $800,000