OHA’s properties in Kaka’ako Makai are highlighted in yellow. At the top of the map is Ala Moana Blvd., and to the right is Kewalo Basin and Ward Avenue.
NEW! Navigating the Development of Kaka’ako Makai
The spirit of the Kaka’ako settlement can’t be considered complete until these lands can actually be converted into streams of cash that can be invested in our Native Hawaiian Trust Fund, but there are ways we can balance commerce and culture…
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