Neighborhood News

June 15, 2022

Neighborhood Spotlight: Kaka'ako

An aerial view of Our Kaka'ako, via

An aerial view of Our Kaka 'ako's master plan, courtesy of


We first wrote about Kaka'ako back in 2018, and while that information is still relevant, a lot has happened since. Today, the Kaka'ako neighborhood is still one of—if not the most—buzzed about neighborhoods ...

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Sept. 15, 2021

Now Selling: The Park on Keeaumoku

A New Residential Offering in the Midtown Ala Moana Neighborhood

The Park on Keeaumoku - New Honolulu Condo

This summer, sales began on a new condominium in the heart of Honolulu.

Spread over 3.5 acres of land, The Park on Keeaumoku will be an iconic and catalytic mixed-use project with condominium residences, affordable for-sale condominium residences, ancillary ...

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June 21, 2021

Live Well in Kaimuki

photo by Kaimuki Soap Co. via Keep It Kaimuki


Kaimuki is one of Honolulu’s oldest neighborhoods, and perhaps one of the most charming. The area, which lies among the tony neighborhoods of Diamond Head, Mānoa Valley and Kāhala, boasts a unique small-town feel yet is just a short drive ...

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June 21, 2021

How to Sell Your Home in Hawaii

Kitchen interiors, Pacific Properties Hawaii


Though Oahu’s housing market has seen some record highs since the beginning of 2021, if you’re looking to sell your house in Hawaii there are several things you should think about to maximize your home’s price. And, of course, we at Pacific Properties Hawaii are here to make selling ...

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Oct. 1, 2020

7 Deadly Sins of Making Burgers

Common mistakes to make a perfectly wrong burger.


1. You’re buying the wrong lean to fat ratio

And so: your burgers aren’t tasty

Too often I go to barbecues and the burgers are dry and overcooked. This is typically due to people opting for 90% lean to 10% fat ...

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Sept. 23, 2020

A Brief Condo Construction Update

New Construction Condos in Honolulu - Where are we now

With many of our new construction condo buyers wondering what is the status of the development they purchased, we decided to take a closer look at what's going on. For the majority of new developments Covid is not affecting projects which ...

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April 19, 2020

Virtual Museum Tours

Virtual Museum Tours

The recent quarantine has many of us going down the rabbit hole of social media content, recipes, and work out videos. We though we would share some interesting content where you can take in some culture. Google has recently released Arts and Culture where you can view a myriad of ...

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Dec. 9, 2019

Neighborhood Spotlight: Kalihi

Kalihi Alicias Market
Photo courtesy of Alicia's Market

Home to the Bishop Museum and a few gorgeous hikes, along with a blustering collection of traffic-heavy commercial centers, the mixed-use Kalihi neighborhood is a study in contrasts. Kalihi-Palama lies at the southwest edge of O‛ahu, tucked between Waikiki and downtown Honolulu. 

Once ...

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Sept. 1, 2019

Autumn in Honolulu: Events to Consider

Autumn in Honolulu_Honolulu Marathon

In Hawai‘i, the leaves don’t turn orange and the temperature barely drops to herald the start of Fall, but here on Oahu, we mark the arrival of shoulder season with some of the best social and cultural events of the year, which serve as prelude to the season ...

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Jan. 16, 2019

The Latest on the Honolulu Rail Project

The Latest on the Honolulu Rail Project: Kapolei to Waipahu Honolulu Rail Line extending from Kapolei into Waipahu. Photo courtesy of HART.

For more than four decades, local residents and politicians have hotly debated whether Hawai‛i’s most populated island needs a rail transit line. Honolulu’s traffic congestion consistently lands it a spot among the Top 10 U.S. Cities for ...

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