Keawalau Virtual Town Hall

Thursday, November 4th, 2021 @ 5:30pm

Keawalau Render

Upcoming Virtual Town Hall

Thursday, November 4th, 2021 @ 5:30pm

Join us to learn about and discuss updates to Keawalau - a new residential and retail project in Waipahu from Highridge Costa and Kamehameha Schools. Please click the button below to register for the virtual town hall.

To dial in to the presentation instead, please dial 530-414-9201. The Phone Conference ID will be: 682 400 942#.

Due to technical limitations, we may not be able to take questions or comments from participants dialing in.

What Is Keawalau?

Place names can convey a story and connect us to our past. Our newest development is named Keawalau, which is a traditional name for Puʻuloa, or Pearl Harbor. Keawalau, whose English interpretation means “the many bays,” pays homage to the interconnected systems of the waters and surrounding lands that come together to create a place rich in resources.
Once completed, Keawalau will offer a vibrant mix of commercial uses, small-scale shops, 537 new affordable (60% of Area Median Income) kūpuna and ʻohana rental housing units, and community gathering spaces. The development sits on 3.8 acres of land within 500 feet of the Waipahu Bus Transit Center and HART’S Pouhala Station.
Keawalau is one of several transit-oriented developments on Kamehameha Schools lands that will create opportunities for kama‘āina to live, work and thrive with new homes, shops and restaurants, and community-focused programming and activities.
Currently in the planning phase, this family-friendly community will celebrate Waipahu’s rich and diverse history while serving as a place to build new connections—to learn from, care for, and enjoy the place we call home.

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