Olomana Heights

Aikahi Park

John Stallings

Aikahi Park

Aikahi Park is a residential neighborhood, located on the northern end of the City of Kailua, Oahu. Aikahi Park Elementary School and Aikahi Park Recreation Center are located within the the neighborhood boundaries. Activities at the Aikahi Park include football, baseball, soccer, softball and more. Aikahi Shopping Center is the only commercial area within walking distance of the Aikahi Park neighborhood. Retail tenants at Aikahi Shopping Center include: Safeway, Tamura’s, Feather & Fur Veterinary Hospital, Chevron, Muddy Waters Coffee Shop, and more. The closest sandy beach, “Castles” is located on the Kailua side of the canal, the access just past Kailuana Loop. From the Mokapu Road entrance to Aikahi Park to the sand at Castles is approx. .75 miles. Pali Palms is the multi-story building located next to Pinky’s Restaurant. Tenants at the Pali Palms building include real estate companies, escrow companies, food companies, doctors offices etc. Aikahi Park is a convenient location for commuters needing access to H3, Likelike Highway, & Pali Highway (via Kapaa Quarry Rd). Downtown Honolulu and Honolulu Airport are approximately a 20 to 30 minute drive from Aikahi Park.

Aikahi Loop is longest street in the neighborhood with most of the other streets intersecting Aikahi Loop at least once. When Kona wind conditions exist, people living in the homes closest to the sewage treatment plant may smell a foul odor. There is currently a federally funded project to curb the odor, but the issue has not be entirely resolved. That being said, Ilihau Street, Aikane Street, and homes on Aikahi Loop with an address of about 150 or higher are considered the most desirable locations in the neighborhood. Aikahi Park homes range in size from 1400 s.f. to about 4,000 s.f., with lot sizes starting at 7500 s.f. up to about 10,000 s.f. In June of 2013, prices for single family homes started at about $750,000, and top out at about $1,300,000.


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