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    • Metro Honolulu

      As the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu is the largest city in the Hawaiian Islands and the main airport and seaport location. Previously named Kou, Honolulu means “place of shelter,” and…

    • Pearl City

      Located along the north shore of Pearl Harbor, Pearl City is part of the surrounding Honolulu metro area and is 9 miles northwest of the city itself. Rising as high…

    • North Shore

      Located 26 miles from the bustling nightlife and fast-paced culture of Honolulu, Oahu’s North Shore feels a world away. As part of the north-facing coastal area of the island, between…

    • Kaneohe

      Situated on the southeastern coast of Oaju, Kaneohe extends from the foothills of Koolau Range to Kaneohe Bay. The name Kaneohe means “bamboo man,” as according to an ancient Hawaiian…

    • Kailua

      In Hawaiian, Kailua means “two seas,” named because of the two lagoons in the district that run through Kailua Bay. Mainly a residential community, Kailua is just 30 minutes from…

    • Hawaii Kai

      Located in the in the southeastern end of Oahu, Hawaii Kai is an upscale residential community that was once the ancient site of numerous “Kuapa,” also known as fishponds. It…

    • Waikiki

      Known in Hawaiian as “spouting fresh water” because of the streams that once separated Waikiki from the interior of Oahu, this community was originally a hotspot for Hawaiian royalty. The…

    • Mililani

      Located near the center of Oahu, Mililani is a planned community that sits on former red clay plantation fields. The land was originally owned by Castle & Cooke, one of…

    • Waipahu

      A former sugar plantation, Waipahu is named after an artesian spring that once gushed from the ground and was enjoyed by Hawaiian royalty. Before western civilization discovered Hawaii, natives considered…

    • Ewa Beach

      According to legend, Ewa Beach got its name from the myth that while the Gods were playing a game of ‘ulu maika,’ one of their stones went astray. They called…

    • Waianae

      Located on the west side of Oahu, Waianae was founded in 1907. One feature that Waianae is known for is the ruined walls of Ku’ilioloa Heiau. Virtually surrounded by water,…

    • Kapolei

      Kapolei is located on the former site of sugarcane and pineapple plantations, on land that was originally part of the estate of industrialist James Campbell. While Kapolei is often referred…

    • Waikele

      Waikele is a master planned community on the Leeward side of Oahu that was developed by the Amfac Corporation back in 1991. This development project began with the construction of…

    • Ko’Olina

      Ko’Olina Resort & Marina is a thriving 642 acre beachfront resort and residential community located on the Western shores of Oahu approximately 17 miles for the hustle and bustle of…

    • Kahala

      Kahala is a Honolulu neighborhood, located at the eastern end of Diamond Head, along the Southern coast of Oahu.  Here you’ll find some of the most expensive real estate in…

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