The Halekuai Center in Kapolei is looking for a major tenant to replace the U.S. Social Security Administration, which is preparing to move from its 9,555-square-foot second-floor space to its own 13,500-square-foot building nearby.
Commercial Consultants Inc. is the leasing firm for the 29,255-square-foot mixed-use center, which is located across Farrington Highway from the Kapolei Shopping Center.
Tenants include Papa John’s Pizza, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Tiffany’s Nails, Chevron USA Inc. and Dental Perfections Inc.
The Honolulu-based commercial real estate firm said that Halekuai’s landlord is looking to fill the space within the next 60 days and is offering a “generous tenant-improvement allowance and free rent to a qualified tenant.”
The entire 9,555 square feet of space is available or it can be broken up into 1,500-square-foot increments.
“It’s good for a medical office [as an] anchor tenant,” Commercial Consultants Managing Director Brooks Borror told PBN.
Meanwhile, the $8 million Social Security Administration building, part of the three-acre Kapolei Pacific Center near the Kapolei Regional Park, is scheduled to be finished by the end of July, according to Steven Kothenbeutel, senior project manager for Avalon Development Co. LLC. Kapolei 60 LLC, a subsidiary of Avalon Development, owns the property.
The Social Security Administration will occupy the entire building as it meets its growing need for space, he said.
The Kapolei Pacific Center already is home to the 13,600-square-foot Cole Academy, a learning center for young children, and a future retail or office development.
“We’re looking at possible services that may work in tandem with the [Social Security Administration],” Kothenbeutel said. “It could be medical — we’re still in the planning phases.”