Hawaii Kai Life Has it All!

If you like the beach, water sports, boating, and sunshine, consider living in the community of Hawaii Kai. Developed by Henry J. Kaiser in the 1970s, this well-planned marina development consists of a variety of residences. Single-family homes and townhomes are situated along the marina and canals, thus giving easy access to the water. Large executive homes grace the golf course. There are high rise condos with views of the ocean, marina, sunrise, and sunset. Looking for a one bedroom or two bedroom condo? A starter home? A custom-built home perched high on the ridge? Hawaii Kai has it all! Enjoy shops, restaurants, parks, the bay and the beach.

Thriving Community in Hawaii Kai

There is a real sense of community in Hawaii Kai. The people who live here love participating in a variety of events, outdoor activities, and sports. Residents enjoy convenience to shops, restaurants, the theatre, parks, and the blue Pacific. It’s nice living in a community that has a golf course, botanical gardens, a marina, and a renowned beach in their own back yard. If snorkeling is your thing, Hanauma Bay is just a few minutes away. There is something for everyone in Hawaii Kai, which is what makes it such a popular community for all demographics.

Hawaii Kai waterfront homes

Hawaii Kai waterfront homes at Gateway Peninsula.

Hawaii Kai’s Best Eats

Enjoy a weekly trip to the Farmer’s Market or hanging out with friends at Maunalua Bay watching the sun go down. If fine dining is your thing, Roy’s signature restaurant is the place to go. Hungry for some great Italian food — try Assagio’s! Maile’s Thai Bistro is excellent, and if it is a cold beer and some music you are seeking, try out Kona Brewery. Moena Cafe serves some of the best breakfasts on the island! Or, try a local favorite, Zippy’s!

Koko Head Crater and Hawaii Kai Marina in southeast Oahu, Hawaii

Plenty of Ways to Stay Active

If you need to work off some calories, try an outdoor Zumba class or yoga. Stretch your muscles! If you like to hike, try a steep climb up Koko Crater, but be careful. Climbing Koko Head is not for the faint of heart. You will stretch your muscles and your nerves! If you are looking for a more leisurely activity, Sandy Beach is close by and perfect for a morning walk. Watch out, though, because Sandy’s is known to have some of the most dangerous waves on Oahu.

Live, work, and play in Hawaii Kai and be blessed to call it home!

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