Living at 'Ohana Hale
Mo‘ili‘ili / McCully
Located in the heart of McCully, `Ohana Hale is surrounded by convenience.
Less than a block from King Street and the King Street Bike Lane, it's easy to zip around town to get to work, schools, shopping, and restaurants.
Mo‘ili‘ili, the central plains of the Waikiki ahupua‘a, has been a gathering place for Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese families for generations. The names in this community are storied: King Street, the historic pathway of Hawaii’s kings; McCully, named for Supreme Court Justice Lawrence McCully under King Kalakaua; and Beretania, named for Great Britain, the 19th-century protectorate of the archipelago. These are fertile lands, producing kalo, rice, families, and leaders.
Today, Mo‘ili‘ili-McCully is a vibrant mixed neighborhood in the heart of Honolulu with great features such as:
- Easy access to work/life essentials
- Walkable, pedestrian-friendly blocks
- Modern bike lanes
- A mix of traditional and innovative shops and restaurants
- A rich community reflecting the Hawai'i experience
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Honolulu, HI 96826
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