Next time you are in Honolulu, walk the trendy Kakaako - Ala Moana neighborhood and see its transformation

By
Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties RS-47693

One of my favorite neighborhoods in Honolulu is Ala Moana-Kakaako, which is sandwiched between romantic Waikiki and the island's financial district, Honolulu Downtown.  The secret is out that within the next 15 to 20 years, Kakaako will be transformed from its once industrial warehouse character to that of a thriving walk-about people's choice for living.  (On the drawing board are pedestrian walkways, retail and mixed use complexes, the mass transit/rail system, and beautiful new buildings.)  While some neighborhoods around the island are pegged for an approximately 16% (sixteen percent) drop in value, many fellow colleagues see Kakaako as "the place to be and live".  The within-walking distance retail, eateries, beach or sporting amenities. as well as medical, museums, and employment offices make this place a "ten" (from a scale of 1-10 with ten being the highest rating).  The recent construction of new condominium complexes such as the Moana Pacific and adjacent Honolulu Design Center, Koolani, Hokua at 1288 Ala Moana Boulevard, and 909 Kapiolani as well as ongoing construction of Moana Vista and the Whole Foods complex make this neighborhood an unbeatable location for investors, second home residents, and locals who want to be in a happenning environment.

What neighborhood in your city is undergoing exciting transformation?

Aloha,

Ronda

Ronda Ching Day (RA)

Realty Executives Oahu

Ronda Ching Day sells Honolulu Hawaii Real Estate

Comments (3)

Don Eichler
Eichler Properties - Granbury, TX

Ronda, The next time I am there I will check it out.  Why not add some photos to your blog.

May 26, 2008 02:10 AM
Anonymous
Ronda Ching Day

Thanks Don for your suggestion!

Ronda

May 26, 2008 09:47 AM
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Steven Nickens
Wailea Realty - Wailea, HI
R(S)GRI ABR, Maui Real Estate Hawaii

That's amazing Rhonda how trendy Honolulu can be. Then again you have Honolulu wired and probably are the best agent you could want to work with all your local knowledge and experience. Keep up the good work.

Steve

Jun 07, 2008 10:13 AM

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