3650 Waialae

Building News

Civil Beat Plaza Overview

Civil Beat Plaza at 3650 Waialae is a four-level office building located right off Waialae Ave between Koko Head Avenue and Wilhelmina Rise. The ground floor is home to Goodwill Hawaii – including a retail center and drive-thru donation drop-off. In addition, there is another space which we anticipate will feature a restaurant yet to be named. The upper three stories offer private office space. The building was named after one of our tenants, Honolulu Civil Beat, to recognize the local nonprofit newsroom and its commitment to investigative journalism.


Who are the building tenants?

How do I make a donation at the new Goodwill Hawaii Kaimuki location?

Where can I park when shopping at the Goodwill Kaimuki Store?

Can I park at Civil Beat Plaza?

Is there space in the building available to rent?

Is the building LEED certified? What green features are part of the building?

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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!

Activity Sheet

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.

2022 Kaimuki Activity Sheet (PDF)

2023 Kaimuki Foodie Activity Sheet (PDF)

Showcasing Local Artists at Civil Beat Plaza

Discover the stories behind the artwork and the talented local artists who created them, on and around Civil Beat Plaza.

‘Ukuli‘i ka pua, onaona i ka mau‘u. Translated this means: Tiny is the flower, yet it scents the grasses around it. This brightly colored mural located off Koko Head Avenue in the Goodwill Hawaii donation drop-off area was painted by local artist, Boz Schurr, who selected this specific ‘Ōlelo No‘eau because of its message that no matter how small, our actions and attitudes can have a large impact. 

Lei Ki. This mural, located on the side wall facing Ewa of 3650 Waialae, depicts a large-scale ti leaf lei, woven in the Hilo-style of twist, spin and braid. Painted by local artist Laetitia Kukui Mahoney of 808 Urban, this mural depicts the deep ties that connect us to the people, businesses, history, and stories of Kaimuki, which together make us all stronger.

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