Hawaii Kai:
A town outside of town

JUST 12 MILES EAST of downtown Honolulu, Hawaii Kai is home to more than 30,000 residents, drawn by the wide sidewalks lined with palm trees, ample parks and safe, pet-friendly neighborhoods. The community shares three quality elementary schools and a local public high school appropriately named after Henry J. Kaiser, the famed industrialist who first developed the area in the 1960s.

 

JUST 12 MILES EAST of downtown Honolulu, Hawaii Kai is home to more than 30,000 residents, drawn by the wide sidewalks lined with palm trees, ample parks and safe, pet-friendly neighborhoods. The community shares three quality elementary schools and a local public high school appropriately named after Henry J. Kaiser, the famed industrialist who first developed the area in the 1960s.

 

Although many professionals commute into town for work, Hawaii Kai itself is pretty self-sufficient, boasting a variety of retail, dining options, medical clinics and recreational activities, including hiking, snorkeling, boating, jet skiing and more.

Although many professionals commute into town for work, Hawaii Kai itself is pretty self-sufficient, boasting a variety of retail, dining options, medical clinics and recreational activities, including hiking, snorkeling, boating, jet skiing and more.

 

Everything you need is right around the corner. Nearby Hawaii Kai Towne Center, anchored by Costco, features a variety of shops and restaurants, and hosts live entertainment and family-friendly events throughout the year. Neighboring Koko Marina includes Consolidated Theatres, 24-Hour Fitness and lots of great places to eat overlooking the waterway. Also offering marina-front dining options, Hawaii Kai Shopping Center adds more positives with Safeway and Long’s Drugs.

 

Water-sports enthusiasts can enjoy body-surfing at legendary Sandy Beach, snorkeling at world-famous Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, and paddling, boating or kayaking at Maunalua Bay Beach Park. The Hawaii Kai Dog Park and the nearby Makapu’u Point Trail are popular stops for residents and their four-legged companions.

Hawaii Kai is reason enough to work from home.
Play from home. Or just play.

Hawaii Kai is reason enough to work from home. Play from home. Or just play.