NANAKULI VILLAGE CENTER in the Pacific Business News


Duane Shimogawa reported in The Pacific Business News about our project, the Nanakuli Village Center in the article called, Long-Planned Oahu Shopping Center Could Be Done In 2017.

Here is an excerpt from the January 13th, 2017 article:

The long-planned Nanakuli Village Center in West Oahu is projected to open as early as this year, according to a new report by commercial real estate firm Colliers International Hawaii.

The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and the Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead Community Association are the developers of the 34,733-square-foot Longs Drugs-anchored shopping center in Waianae, which could be completed in the 2017-18 timeframe, according to the report.

The center also could include such tenants as Starbucks, Supercuts, Pizza Hut, Wendy’s and L&L Hawaiian Barbecue, according to marketing materials from Sofos Realty Corp., which is handling leasing for the Farrington Highway center.

The center, located on Farrington Highway near Nanaikapono Elementary School, will have about 16 other small retail tenants.

Read the full article here.