Live Work Play Aiea

A thoughtful mixed-use sustainable community where a neighborhood market, restaurants, retail shops and a walk-to-work office community are combined with residential living and public gathering areas creating an “Urban Village” where people will live, work and play.


Pedestrian & Roadway Improvements

  • Collaborating improvements with the state Department of Transportation (DOT) and the City and County of Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting (DPP) traffic review branch.
  • Creating a pedestrian-friendly, walkable community with new public sidewalks, better lighting, and enhanced landscaping, along with connections to and from transit facilities, shopping centers, parks and schools.
  • Developing connectivity by dedicated public access to better connect the surrounding community and neighboring property owners.
  • Reducing new trips by providing homes and retail establishments within walking distance of existing bus stops and the proposed Pearlridge rail transit station.
  • To relieve traffic, a new “Main Street” will be created through the Site, providing an additional link from Moanalua Road to Ka’onohi Street.
  • Widening Moanalua Rd. and Ka’onohi St. to add additional through and turn lanes.
  • Create additional lanes by removing the median along the northbound approach of Ka’onohi Street.
  • Adding two new, fully signalized intersections and crosswalks at Main Street with Moanalua Road and at Main Street with Ka’onohi Street.
  • New decelerate/accelerate right-turn pocket lanes at the project’s entrances.
  • Approximately 1/3 acre of land dedicated for public right of way (road widening).
  • Approximately 1.5 acres of land dedicated for internal public access roadways

Economic Impact

  • $2.3 billion total O’ahu “base” economic impact
  • $777 million in direct capital investment
  • $621 million in employee wages
  • 980 jobs created annually during the community’s 13 year phased build-out
  • 950 new permanent jobs upon the community’s completion
  • $380 million in State as well as City and County taxes
  • All estimated figures are approximate and cumulative during the 13 year build out/absorption period

LWPA is Less Intensive

LWPA development is a less intensive plan and would result in less traffic than plans designed under the current zoning

Expansion of Mall with Office Elements

  • 19% more evening peak traffic
  • 40% more Saturday peak traffic

Office Focus with Retail Elements

  • 118% more morning peak traffic
  • 49% more evening peak traffic