3650 Waialae

Project Updates

Updated November 17, 2022

  • The metered parking stalls on the makai (ocean) side of Waialae Avenue fronting Liliuokalani School will be temporarily unavailable starting November 28, through the end of December while trenching takes place for the installation of a new traffic light at the corner of Wilhelmina Rise and Waialae Avenue.
  • The City and County previously decided that the high traffic volume at this intersection required a traffic light. We are installing this traffic signal for the City as part of the construction project.
  • Should you have any questions regarding traffic, please contact the 3650 Waialae project hotline at (808) 524-1258 or by email at info@3650waialae.com.
  • Street parking on the Ewa side of Koko Head Ave. is open for public use.
  • The sidewalks adjacent to 3650 Waialae along both Koko Head Ave. and Wilhelmina Rise will remain closed for the duration of construction.
  • TheBus stop remainsin its original location in front of 3650 Waialae with additional safety measures, including a covered pedestrian walkway and a bus shelter.
  • Businesses surrounding 3650 Waialae remain open, including those located in the Okumura Building.
  • Local art nonprofit 808 Urban completed the mural art on the construction barricade. Please scroll down for more information on the group and a video of their work at 3650 Waialae.
  • The construction site will be closed for these upcoming holidays:
    • Thursday & Friday, November 24 & 25 – Thanksgiving / Day After Thanksgiving Holiday
    • Monday, December 26 – Christmas Holiday
    • Monday, January 2 – New Year’s Holiday

For questions regarding the bus stop, please contact the Department of Transportation Services – DTS at (808) 768-8371.

Project Overview

Where
3650 Waialae Avenue

Proposed Square Footage
65,000 square feet

Parking
Underground garage with 90 new tenant parking spaces.

Tenants
Tenants will include Goodwill Hawaii, a restaurant and office space for local businesses.

Estimated Completion
Fall 2023

Project Architect
G70

Contractor
Nordic PCL Construction

FAQs

When is construction scheduled to be completed?

Why is a traffic light being installed at the corner of Wilhelmina Rise?

Are there any green features being incorporated?

How tall will the building be?

A photograph of Prime, the founder of 808 Urban, with a colleague standing in front of the mural art.

Mural Art

We worked closely with Prime, founder of a local art nonprofit, 808 Urban, to create a mural on the project’s construction barricade, depicting plants and flowers that are significant and tell a story of the area’s history.

808 Urban is a Hawaiian arts organization made up of artists, organizers and volunteers who are committed to improving the quality of life for our communities through arts programming.

Follow them on Instagram at @808urban for more photos of their work.

mural art video

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Photograph of a Goodwill donation center.

Goodwill Hawaii

We look forward to having Goodwill Hawaii return as the anchor tenant for 3650 Waialae, and continuing to support them and the important service they provide to the community. Plans for the new store includes several enhancements such as an improved donation drop-off area.

In the meantime, donations for Goodwill Hawaii can be made at the following nearby locations:

Contact Goodwill Hawaii for more information:
(808) 836-0313
info@higoodwill.org

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Kaimuki Businesses

There are many local businesses that call Kaimuki home—some you may not have discovered yet—and that we're happy to call our neighbors. Check out this interactive map from our friends, Keep it Kaimuki.

Kaimuki Events

Mark your calendar for these exciting events in our neighborhood.

If you would like to have your Kaimuki event featured please email us at info@3650waialae.com for consideration. Mahalo!

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Kaimuki Keiki Activity Sheet

Print out a fun activity sheet for your keiki—a collaboration between 808 Urban, Keep it Kaimuki and 3650 Waialae—to celebrate Kaimuki.

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