Kaka‘ako Makai

 

Governor Neil Abercrombie made history on April 11, 2012 by signing into law a bill that transfers 10 land parcels in Kakaʻako Makai to the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) in order to settle ceded land revenue claims that date back to 1978. Senator Daniel Akaka, the OHA Board of Trustees and executive team, Hawaiian Home Lands Commissioners, legislators and numerous Hawaiian community leaders gathered at Washington Place for the historic bill signing ceremony.

Currently OHA is soliciting bids for work associated with the Fisherman's Wharf removal and abatement.

View the full solicitation for bids as well as the appendices here.
 


 


Learn more about 
Kaka‘ako Makai with this Map and FAQ sheet. (PDF)

Learn more about the
Kaka‘ako Makai Settlement with this presentation (PDF)

 


 

KAKAʻAKO MAKAI DEVELOPMENT PROCESS TIMELINE
Strategic Master Plan

September 2012 to March 2013
Kakaʻako Makai Development Policy
Determine the Foundational Values

April 2013 to February 2014
Framework Plan
Determine the Vision

March 2014 to late 2015
Strategic Master Plan & Development Guidelines
Determine the Strategic Master Plan

18-24 months
Environmental Review
Master Plan Permitting

Greenlight Site Specific Development

 


 

For leasing opportunities on OHA’s lands in Kaka‘ako Makai, please contact:

Cullen Oesterly (S), Associate
CBRE Brokerage Services
Tel: (808) 541-5113
Fax: (808) 541 5155
E-mail: cullen.oesterly@cbre.com