KAKA‘AKO MAKAI

MASTER PLAN

OHA Kakaʻako Makai

CLIENT

The Howard Hughes Corporation

LOCATION

Kaka‘ako, Honolulu, O‘ahu

SIZE

30 acres

TEAM

PBR Hawaii  |  DTL  |  Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation

The apex of commerce and culture converge in the Office of Hawaiian Affairs development of prime Honolulu real-estate in the budding community of Kaka‘ako.  With an opportunity to provide resources and uses that are both complimentary to supporting programs and symbolic of future of Native Hawaiians, a collaborative of experts called the Kuhikuhi Pu‘uone Collaborative was formed.

DESCRIPTION

The apex of commerce and culture converge in the Office of Hawaiian Affairs development of prime Honolulu real-estate in the budding community of Kaka‘ako.  With an opportunity to provide resources and uses that are both complimentary to supporting programs and symbolic of future of Native Hawaiians, a collaborative of experts called the Kuhikuhi Pu‘uone Collaborative was formed.  Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation, WCIT Architecture, DTL and PBR Hawaii provides multifaceted disciplines to ensure that relevant cultural themes are expressed, while balancing the environmental impacts with design, constructability and economic feasibility.  The team is orchestrating a large consultant base for full economic analysis and entitlements as part of this scope.  The development looks to achieve the live, work, play mantra of tomorrow’s Kaka‘ako. The team held a series of Pae ‘Āina meetings across the islands, reaching out to the beneficiaries of OHA to hear what they have to say and how they envision Kaka‘ako Makai and how it can benefit them. From the information gathered, WCIT, DTL, PBR Hawai‘i, and Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation put our heads together to come up with a series of master plan scenarios that were presented to the Trustees of OHA.

OHA Kakaʻako Makai
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