Castle & Cooke opens up sales information center for 400 Keawe

Provided by Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii

It’s an exciting time for some Oahu residents looking for a new home in Honolulu.

Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii hosted their grand opening celebration on Sunday for their 400 Keawe sales information center.

The facility will provide potential owner-occupants a preview of the six-story building they plan to develop in Kakaako.

According to Bruce Barrett, the company’s executive vice president for residential development, the project includes 48 units total with one, two, and three bedroom residences starting in the high $300,000 range.

Barrett says 400 Keawe will provide a different living experience compared to the other neighboring towers.

“Well I think we are different, there’s a lot of great things happening in Kakaako and these towers offer a lot to people, but what we are really different, we offer an alternative,” said Barrett. “We offer a smaller scale, a more human scale six-story building. Control the maintenance fee. We’re real excited about that an a lot of these people in this room are too.”

The size of the units will range from 581 to 1,327 square feet, and the maintenance fees are expected to only be 49 cents per square feet.

“Our amenities are really the Kakaako community,” said Barrett. “Most maintenance fees for buildings down here run 65, 70, 75 cents or higher per square foot. The maintenance fees for our project run 49 cents per square foot. So we feel that they’re a great value.”

Castle & Cooke is still accepting applications for those who are interested. Construction on the complex is expected to wrap up by the end of this year. Click here for more information.

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