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Hokulei Village project on Kauai

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This week the Kauai Planning Commission approved Safeway's request to build Lihue's Hokulei Village shopping plaza in 2 phases insteat of one.  The economic slowdown had made finding tenants for the complete project difficult.

According to today's Garden Island newspaper, Phase I will include a 2nd Safeway supermarket on the island, another major store (not named), 4 restaurants, 2 shopping complexes, a bank and a gas station.  While we love our local owned and operated grocerers, some food items can not be purchased there so the Safeway will be a welcome addition to many.  Phase I is scheduled to be completed in 2012.  Road improvements currently underway on Kaumuali‘i Highway, though not directly attributed to this project, will aid traffic flow in the area. 

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Comment balloon 6 commentsRichard T. Dolbeare • June 26 2010 05:30PM
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