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The sales gallery is now open by appointment only. Please contact any of our team members to schedule an appointment.


Ililani (“Project”) is a proposed project that is being developed by Ililani, LLC that does not yet exist. All figures, facts, information and prices are approximate and subject to change at any time. All renderings, maps, site plans, photos, simulated views, floor plans, graphic images, drawings and all other information depicted in this website are illustrative only, and are provided to assist the purchaser in visualizing the units and the Project and may not be accurately depicted and may be changed at any time. Photos and drawings and other visual depictions of the Project and units contained in this website are artist renderings and should not be relied upon in deciding to purchase a unit. All amenities of the Project are proposed only, and any reference to amenities available to the purchaser is subject to change. Developer makes no guarantee, representation or warranty whatsoever that the units depicted in this website will ultimately appear as shown. To the extent permitted by law, Developer disclaims all liability that may arise out of errors or omissions in the content of this website, including any claims for actual or consequential damages. This is not intended to be an offering or solicitation of sale in any jurisdiction where the Project is not registered in accordance with applicable law or where such offering or solicitation would otherwise be prohibited by law.


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Ililani Newsletter June 18th, 2020

SIGNS OF HOPE If you’ve stopped by SALT at Our Kakaʻako lately, you might have noticed some signs with motivational messages posted throughout the property that put a smile on your face. It’s all a part of a partnership between POW! WOW! Hawai‘i and Kamehameha Schools. Artists teamed up with the school to launch the Mana‘olana (which means “hope” in Hawaiian) Campaign. The purpose is to bring some light into the community during these challenging times and inspire everyone to keep going.
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Ililani Newsletter June 4th, 2020

  REMEMBERING GEORGE FLOYD There will be a paddle out this Sunday, June 7 at Ala Moana Beach Park in memory of George Floyd. Floyd was a 46-year-old black man who died in Minneapolis, Minnesota after Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Organizers are asking participants to bring lei, flowers or a candle if you choose to wait onshore. The paddle out begins at 6 p.m. and will take place near the volleyball court at Ala Moana Beach Park.
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We hope you are staying safe and healthy. During these unprecedented times, safety is our priority. In compliance with the latest emergency orders from Gov. David Ige and the City and County of Honolulu, our showroom is currently closed, but we are still offering virtual showings to prospective buyers. To schedule an appointment, please visit our website When it is time for us to reopen our showroom, we will continue to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the state Department of Health in an effort to keep our clients and employees safe. We look forward to seeing you again soon! SUPPORTING SMALL BUSINESSES AROUND KAKAʻAKO The murals remain vibrant, but the streets are quiet and empty these days in Kakaʻako. Many businesses around the area are still temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, several restaurants are offering takeout and delivery and some shops are open online. They need your support more than ever. Here’s a look at some specials and virtual events happening now.
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Ililani Officially Breaks Ground

A groundbreaking ceremony took place today for Ililani Condominiums, is the first new project in the SALT area of Kakaʻako in four years. “This area is up-and-coming and we are committed to investing in Hawai‘i’s future,” said Ken Chang, manager of Ililani. “Our vision is to build a place where locals are not overpaying and still getting finely crafted homes with wonderful amenities that reflect our Hawaiʻi way of life.” Half of the building’s 328 condominiums (163) are two-bedroom, market-rate units. The other half (165) are being offered as affordable housing under the Hawaiʻi Housing Finance & Development Corporation’s program. All 328 units include well-appointed kitchens and baths, floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious lanais. Ililani also includes several amenities that stand apart from other properties in the area. The ninth floor features a recreation deck with a community garden that includes areas for citrus trees, vegetables, herbs and flowers. The deck also includes a cinema club for outdoor movie gatherings and splash pool. In addition, there is a large, multi-purpose room on the second floor equipped with catering amenities, including warming drawers and refrigerators which can be reserved for private parties. The room also can be used for exercising and social activities.For residents who work from home, there is an 1,100-square-foot co-working space that provides private and open work areas. The space features a large-screen TV and comfortable seating area for work breaks. The building also has a surfboard and bike storage area, complete with built-in stations where residents can tune and repair their bikes or clean and wax their boards. For drivers, there is a car washing area with water hoses and ample drainage, so residents can wash their vehicles after a day at the beach. Ililani also has partnered with Hui, a round-trip, station-based car- sharing service. A car-sharing station with 10 stalls will be available exclusively to residents 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Another three stalls will be available to the public.
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