OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Nā Lama Kukui

Nā Lama Kukui is property owned by OHA and formerly known as the Gentry Pacific Design Center. OHA acquired the commercial property in August 2012 as part of an investment strategy aimed at helping it generate income from real estate that could help fund its programs that benefit Native Hawaiians. OHA moved its headquarters on Oʻahu to the location, which is an estimated 44,000-square-foot space, after 21 years of leasing a roughly 30,000-square-foot space.

Property Description

Nā Lama Kukui offers a unique choice of office, retail, warehouse and storage spaces. It has flexible floor plans with high ceilings and skylights in many spaces which create an opening and inviting atmosphere.

560 N. Nimitz Hwy
Honolulu, HI 96817

For leasing information

Karen M. Birkett (S)
Office Leasing Specialist
808 523-9729
Karen.birkett@colliers.com

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