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98-234 Aiea Kai Place
98-234 Aiea Kai Place
Aiea, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
1100 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Unit A – 3Br/2Bath/2 Parking/Utilities Included *Private Washer and Dryer Outside of Unit *Convenient Location by Pearlridge Mall, Pali Momi Hospital, Peal Kai, Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hickam Air Force Base, and Camp Smith *Utilities Included *Full
1 Unit Available
99-019 Kaamilo Street
99-019 Kaamilo St
Aiea, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$3,100
1498 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Available. PANORAMIC VIEW of Pearl Harbor and surrounding areas. 3 bedrooms/2 baths/open-floor plan with newly install plank wood flooring for living and dining rooms; spacious kitchen.
1 Unit Available
98-1264 Kulawai Street
98-1264 Kulawai Street
Aiea, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$2,750
1332 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Single Family Home! Pearl Harbor Views! - Gorgeous Pearl Harbor views from this single story house in the convenient neighborhood of Aiea Heights. This 3/2 has 1,332 square feet of living space, split A/C and backs to vacant land.
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1 Unit Available
98-450 Koauka Loop
98-450 Koauka Loop
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,875
495 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Available Now! Roughly 514 sqft 1 bed, 1 bath unit at the Highlander in Pearl City/Pearlridge.
1 Unit Available
98-729 Moanalua Loop
98-729 Moanalua Loop
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,500
765 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Spacious newly painted 1 bedrooms unit, new vinyl flooring near Pearl Harbor. Walking distance to Pearl Pearl Ridge Shopping Center and bus line. Near Hickam and Pearl Harbor military bases. Secure screen door. A/C option possible.
1 Unit Available
311 Mananai Place
311 Manani Place
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
716 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Luxury living in the highly desirable Crosspointe! This upgraded, ground floor, 2 bed/1 bath unit comes w/1 pkg stalls and features ceramic flooring throughout, renovated kitchen and bathroom, quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, and large
1 Unit Available
1245 Ala Alii Street
1245 Ala Alii Street
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
2 Bedrooms
$1,775
912 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
* 2Bdrm/2Bath Alii Plantation 2nd Floor Apt w/1 Pkg * Carpet replaced 2017; Washer/Dryer/Stove - less than 3 yrs old.
1 Unit Available
98-1038 Moanalua Road
98-1038 Moanalua Road
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,495
523 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 05:44 PM
14 DAYS FREE!! Showing: Wednesday, 11/25/2020 at 4:00 pm By: 9.JOSHUA This is the only time this property may be scheduled. To schedule your appointment email us at appt.hi@oishis.net with: [Code: pg7804] in the subject line.
1 Unit Available
98-099 Uao Place #2709
98-099 Uao Pl
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,995
757 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
High Unit with Sweeping View! - Beautiful unit ready to rent as soon as new paint throughout is completed! High unit with gorgeous sunset view and large lanai. Kitchen has all appliances included. Stack washer/dryer in unit.
1 Unit Available
98-306 Kaonohi St. #2
98-306 Kaonohi Street
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$2,595
2000 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Rarely Available 3-bed/2.5-bath/2-parking Townhouse in Aiea - As a safety precaution, we are requiring everyone to wear masks when viewing the property. AVAILABLE NOW! Text or call Julie Nurre' (RS#63006) @ (808) 224-3841 to schedule showings.
1 Unit Available
98-401 Kaonohi Street 4
98-401 Kaonohi Street
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Tropicana Village #4 (Upstairs) - Property Id: 316715 $2300 - Tropicana Village #4 (Upstairs) 2/2/1 In Aiea 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1 Parking in nice, relatively quiet area of Aiea.
1 Unit Available
1309 A Ala Alii Street
1309 Ala Alii St
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1148 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
3/2 house near Stadium - Excellent Location - Available Now! You'll love the location of this property near the Stadium, Ice Palace, and easy access to the Freeway! Freshly painted 2 bedroom and 1 bathroom upstairs (approx.
1 Unit Available
456 MANANAI PL. #10S
456 Manani Place
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
848 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Crosspointe only this time you really want to be there!! - This is a must see! Desirable Crosspointe unit offers wood laminate flooring throughout, except for kitchen and bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
279 MANANAI PL #49R
279 Manani Place
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
Studio
$1,550
414 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Come and make this your sanctuary . - Wonderful studio unit in DESIRABLE Crosspointe complex. PRIVATE END UNIT with a LANAI, FULL kitchen, with Washer and Dryer in the unit. Pretty Laminate Bamboo flooring! 1 parking stall.
1 Unit Available
99-714 Kealaluina Drive
99-714 Kealaluina Drive
Halawa, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
1968 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Outstanding Views.. Outstanding Location..Three Bedroom, Three Bath in Aiea - Location..Location... Right on the lower slopes of Aiea..! A lovely home on a great street in Aiea.
1 Unit Available
98-351 Koauka Lp #C1302
98-351 Koauka Loop
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,900
933 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
98-351 Koauka Lp #C1302 Available 12/01/20 98-351 Koauka Loop #C1302 - Park at Pearl ridge: Nice 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo includes 1 covered parking, water/sewer, washer/dryer, lanai.
1 Unit Available
99-015 Kalaloa Street #704
99-015 Kalaloa Street
Halawa, HI | Aiea
1 Bedroom
$1,500
515 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
99-015 Kalaloa Street #704 Available 12/01/20 Spacious 1bd/ 1 bath/1 parking close to Pearl Harbor/Hickam - Enjoy living in a cool 1bd/1br condo at Centre Court, overlooking an awesome panoramic view with both Aloha Stadium and the Pearl Harbor
1 Unit Available
565 H MANANAI PLACE
565 Mananai Pl
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
1200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
Crosspointe - 2 bedroom - This is a gated community centrally located near the stadium. The rent on this 2 story 2 bedroom, 2.5bath townhome includes water. Tenant is responsible for electricity, cable, gas and telephone. (cable and phone optional).
1 Unit Available
1241 Ala Alii St. #112
1241 Ala Alii Street
Halawa, HI | Aliamanu - Salt Lake - Foster Village
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
768 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
Alii Plantation - 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, NOW with 2 Parking - Great Location! This property is just minutes away from the Stadium Mall, Stadium Marketplace, Aloha Stadium and a short distance to Pearl Ridge Shopping Center where you'll find an array
1 Unit Available
PEARLRIDGE SQUARE 98-288 KAONOHI STREET #4001
98-288 Kaonohi Street
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,950
890 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
PEARLRIDGE SQUARE 98-288 KAONOHI STREET #4001 Available 12/01/20 Spacious 2 br / 2 ba / 2 Pkg Apartment With Sweeping Views of Pearl Harbor - Available December 1, 2020.
1 Unit Available
98-343 Puahoku Pl
98-343 Puahoku Place
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
4 Bedrooms
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5 Bedrooms
$3,500
1500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
Recently Renovated 5/2 SF home with large yard centrally located in Aiea - CALL LOA DURANTE (RS-80146) FOR VIEWING @ 808-670-8015 SEE VIDEO TOUR: https://youtu.be/ssN_cU2p8Zg DESCRIPTION: Totally renovated 5BR/2BA single family house with carport.
1 Unit Available
98-830 IHO PLACE, APT A
98-830 Iho Place
Waimalu, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
Aiea - Ridgeway 3 bedroom - Come and see this beautifully upgraded 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath townhome in Aiea, Ridgeway B2. This is private end unit located right next to the pool with a beautiful view of the golf course.
1 Unit Available
98-633 KILINOE STREET #1F1
98-633 Kilinoe St
Pearl City, HI | Aiea
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
947 sqft
Last updated December 18 at 10:32 AM
98-633 KILINOE STREET #1F1 Available 12/23/19 Chateau Newtown 2 bedroom 2 bath townhome with 2 parking stalls - This lovely 2 bedroom 2 bath ground floor townhouse has no neighbors behind and comes with 2 open parking stalls.
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Kapilina Beach Homes
5100 Iroquois Ave
Ewa Beach, HI | Ewa
2 Bedrooms
$2,425
1115 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,430
1278 sqft
4 Bedrooms
$2,440
1428 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 04:54 PM
Beachfront complex with relaxing views and excellent outdoor recreational areas. Spacious apartments with hardwood floors and in-unit laundry. Close to several golf courses and the historic Pearl Harbor naval base. Only one hour from Honolulu.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Aiea. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii Pacific University, Kapiolani Community College, and Honolulu Community College.
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City Guide

Aiea
Five months prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Commander Thomas C Latimore from the USS Dobin, suddenly vanished while taking a stroll in the hills just above Aiea. In spite of numerous searches as well as an extensive naval investigation, his disappearance never was explained. Many believed that he was abducted by a Hawaiian spy ring with Japanese connections, either because he had stumbled upon their activities whilst out walking, or he was specifically targeted due to his backgr...
Five months prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Commander Thomas C Latimore from the USS Dobin, suddenly vanished while taking a stroll in the hills just above Aiea. In spite of numerous searches as well as an extensive naval investigation, his disappearance never was explained. Many believed that he was abducted by a Hawaiian spy ring with Japanese connections, either because he had stumbled upon their activities whilst out walking, or he was specifically targeted due to his backgr...

Aiea is a census-designated place, or CDP, within the county and city of Honolulu, in Hawaii. It's a tiny little place, boasting an area of 1.8 square miles, and yet the populace is well packed in, somewhat akin to sardines, and is over 9,000 inhabitants strong. Hawaii Route 90, which is otherwise known as Kamehameha Highway, divides much of Aiea from the shoreline of Pearl Harbor. For most folks who chose to reside in Hawaii, they do so for the sun, the sea, and the sand. And there's certainly no shortage of any of the three in Aiea. It's a busy place all year round, with a thriving nightlife to boot, but come the summer months when the throngs of holidaymakers arrive from the mainland, you'll be hard-pressed to find a spot on the local beach or a stool at the neighborhood bar.

Moving to Aiea

There's a large selection of two bedroom apartments for rent as well as city apartments in Aiea at any time of the year. Notwithstanding, once you do find a place that you like, don't be tempted just to sit back and consider every angle. Instead, it's wise to make your mind up there and then so you can quickly process all the necessities and sign on the contract's dotted line.

How Long?

It's advisable to take three weeks out of your normal monthly schedule to find a place. That way, you're avoiding any unnecessary pressure should you opt instead to leave your search to the very last minute.

When to Look

Is there any month that stands out as being a good time to start your search for places to live in Aiea? It's entirely up to you. Irrespective of the time of year, there will remain a plentiful supply of pads, so it's actually really easy to rent an apartment in the area.

Moving to Aiea
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There's a large selection of two bedroom apartments for rent as well as city apartments in Aiea at any time of the year. Notwithstanding, once you do find a place that you like, don't be tempted just to sit back and consider every angle. Instead, it's wise to make your mind up there and then so you can quickly process all the necessities and sign on the contract's dotted line.

How Long?

It's advisable to take three weeks out of your normal monthly schedule to find a place. That way, you're avoiding any unnecessary pressure should you opt instead to leave your search to the very last minute.

When to Look

Is there any month that stands out as being a good time to start your search for places to live in Aiea? It's entirely up to you. Irrespective of the time of year, there will remain a plentiful supply of pads, so it's actually really easy to rent an apartment in the area.

Neighborhoods in Aiea

The cost of living on any of the Hawaiian Islands is steep in comparison to the U.S. national average, and it's no different when it comes to renting either. That said, you'd best be prepared for an extra-large cash flow where Aiea is concerned. The average cost of a rental in Aiea is much higher than both the U.S. average and the average in Hawaii. Why should this be the case? Well, the price of property has skyrocketed due to the prevalence of second home-ownership in the area. Furthermore, there's good money to be made by renting out a home on a short-term basis to those who wish to take a vacation. Both these factors force up the rental prices to a very large degree. Think you can handle the heat?

Aiea: Aiea is busy throughout the year, and even more so during the summer months. However, there are quiet neighborhoods should that be your preference. Each to their own, after all.

Uao Place: Panoramic ocean views are gifted from many locations within Uao Place. What's even more, there are eight schools within a mile, and five grocery stores including a Safeway and a Good Health Food Store, together with no less than twelve banks, all within walking distance.

Meaala St: If you fancy the concept of enjoying excellent views over Pearl Harbor, then be sure to have a look at Meaala St! If you rent an apartment in this part of Aiea, then you'll be well served in many respects. There are six schools within very close proximity, together with a Times Supermarket, three banks, a couple of gas stations, and some twenty restaurants.

Kaonohi St: Looking for a quiet part of town? Kaonohi St is the perfect place! The neighborhood is tranquil and the local amenities are in bountiful supply. With one bank and twelve restaurants almost literally on the doorstep of this neighborhood, you'll be well-served no matter what your desires.

Neighborhoods in Aiea
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The cost of living on any of the Hawaiian Islands is steep in comparison to the U.S. national average, and it's no different when it comes to renting either. That said, you'd best be prepared for an extra-large cash flow where Aiea is concerned. The average cost of a rental in Aiea is much higher than both the U.S. average and the average in Hawaii. Why should this be the case? Well, the price of property has skyrocketed due to the prevalence of second home-ownership in the area. Furthermore, there's good money to be made by renting out a home on a short-term basis to those who wish to take a vacation. Both these factors force up the rental prices to a very large degree. Think you can handle the heat?

Aiea: Aiea is busy throughout the year, and even more so during the summer months. However, there are quiet neighborhoods should that be your preference. Each to their own, after all.

Uao Place: Panoramic ocean views are gifted from many locations within Uao Place. What's even more, there are eight schools within a mile, and five grocery stores including a Safeway and a Good Health Food Store, together with no less than twelve banks, all within walking distance.

Meaala St: If you fancy the concept of enjoying excellent views over Pearl Harbor, then be sure to have a look at Meaala St! If you rent an apartment in this part of Aiea, then you'll be well served in many respects. There are six schools within very close proximity, together with a Times Supermarket, three banks, a couple of gas stations, and some twenty restaurants.

Kaonohi St: Looking for a quiet part of town? Kaonohi St is the perfect place! The neighborhood is tranquil and the local amenities are in bountiful supply. With one bank and twelve restaurants almost literally on the doorstep of this neighborhood, you'll be well-served no matter what your desires.

Living in Aiea

Aiea is home to Hawaii's largest enclosed shopping center, Pearlridge, which is also the second largest shopping center within the state, and is located on Moanalua Rd. The shopping mall, oddly enough, plays host to Hawaii's largest watercress farm, Sumida. It doesn't merely stop there however. The Aiea Shopping Center on Aiea Heights Drive hosts a variety of well-known anchor stores, including McDonald's, Times Supermarket, Koa Pancake House, Starbucks, and Jamba Juice. Aiea is a shoppers' paradise, make no mistake about it! The Aiea Loop Trail offers a beautifully scenic hike through various wooded areas, along a rather muddy ridge, depending on the time of year (it can be rather precarious), and on into Keaiwa Heiau State Park. Along the way you'll be able to witness fantastic views over Pearl Harbor. For the Texans in town, Dixie Grill over on Kamehameha Highway, is certainly worth a visit if you're missing home cooking. As the name suggests, it's all about the barbeque, and in huge Texan-style quantities!

Living in Aiea
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Aiea is home to Hawaii's largest enclosed shopping center, Pearlridge, which is also the second largest shopping center within the state, and is located on Moanalua Rd. The shopping mall, oddly enough, plays host to Hawaii's largest watercress farm, Sumida. It doesn't merely stop there however. The Aiea Shopping Center on Aiea Heights Drive hosts a variety of well-known anchor stores, including McDonald's, Times Supermarket, Koa Pancake House, Starbucks, and Jamba Juice. Aiea is a shoppers' paradise, make no mistake about it! The Aiea Loop Trail offers a beautifully scenic hike through various wooded areas, along a rather muddy ridge, depending on the time of year (it can be rather precarious), and on into Keaiwa Heiau State Park. Along the way you'll be able to witness fantastic views over Pearl Harbor. For the Texans in town, Dixie Grill over on Kamehameha Highway, is certainly worth a visit if you're missing home cooking. As the name suggests, it's all about the barbeque, and in huge Texan-style quantities!

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City Guide

Aiea
Five months prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Commander Thomas C Latimore from the USS Dobin, suddenly vanished while taking a stroll in the hills just above Aiea. In spite of numerous searches as well as an extensive naval investigation, his disappearance never was explained. Many believed that he was abducted by a Hawaiian spy ring with Japanese connections, either because he had stumbled upon their activities whilst out walking, or he was specifically targeted due to his backgr...
Five months prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Commander Thomas C Latimore from the USS Dobin, suddenly vanished while taking a stroll in the hills just above Aiea. In spite of numerous searches as well as an extensive naval investigation, his disappearance never was explained. Many believed that he was abducted by a Hawaiian spy ring with Japanese connections, either because he had stumbled upon their activities whilst out walking, or he was specifically targeted due to his backgr...

Aiea is a census-designated place, or CDP, within the county and city of Honolulu, in Hawaii. It's a tiny little place, boasting an area of 1.8 square miles, and yet the populace is well packed in, somewhat akin to sardines, and is over 9,000 inhabitants strong. Hawaii Route 90, which is otherwise known as Kamehameha Highway, divides much of Aiea from the shoreline of Pearl Harbor. For most folks who chose to reside in Hawaii, they do so for the sun, the sea, and the sand. And there's certainly no shortage of any of the three in Aiea. It's a busy place all year round, with a thriving nightlife to boot, but come the summer months when the throngs of holidaymakers arrive from the mainland, you'll be hard-pressed to find a spot on the local beach or a stool at the neighborhood bar.

Moving to Aiea

There's a large selection of two bedroom apartments for rent as well as city apartments in Aiea at any time of the year. Notwithstanding, once you do find a place that you like, don't be tempted just to sit back and consider every angle. Instead, it's wise to make your mind up there and then so you can quickly process all the necessities and sign on the contract's dotted line.

How Long?

It's advisable to take three weeks out of your normal monthly schedule to find a place. That way, you're avoiding any unnecessary pressure should you opt instead to leave your search to the very last minute.

When to Look

Is there any month that stands out as being a good time to start your search for places to live in Aiea? It's entirely up to you. Irrespective of the time of year, there will remain a plentiful supply of pads, so it's actually really easy to rent an apartment in the area.

Moving to Aiea
+

There's a large selection of two bedroom apartments for rent as well as city apartments in Aiea at any time of the year. Notwithstanding, once you do find a place that you like, don't be tempted just to sit back and consider every angle. Instead, it's wise to make your mind up there and then so you can quickly process all the necessities and sign on the contract's dotted line.

How Long?

It's advisable to take three weeks out of your normal monthly schedule to find a place. That way, you're avoiding any unnecessary pressure should you opt instead to leave your search to the very last minute.

When to Look

Is there any month that stands out as being a good time to start your search for places to live in Aiea? It's entirely up to you. Irrespective of the time of year, there will remain a plentiful supply of pads, so it's actually really easy to rent an apartment in the area.

Neighborhoods in Aiea

The cost of living on any of the Hawaiian Islands is steep in comparison to the U.S. national average, and it's no different when it comes to renting either. That said, you'd best be prepared for an extra-large cash flow where Aiea is concerned. The average cost of a rental in Aiea is much higher than both the U.S. average and the average in Hawaii. Why should this be the case? Well, the price of property has skyrocketed due to the prevalence of second home-ownership in the area. Furthermore, there's good money to be made by renting out a home on a short-term basis to those who wish to take a vacation. Both these factors force up the rental prices to a very large degree. Think you can handle the heat?

Aiea: Aiea is busy throughout the year, and even more so during the summer months. However, there are quiet neighborhoods should that be your preference. Each to their own, after all.

Uao Place: Panoramic ocean views are gifted from many locations within Uao Place. What's even more, there are eight schools within a mile, and five grocery stores including a Safeway and a Good Health Food Store, together with no less than twelve banks, all within walking distance.

Meaala St: If you fancy the concept of enjoying excellent views over Pearl Harbor, then be sure to have a look at Meaala St! If you rent an apartment in this part of Aiea, then you'll be well served in many respects. There are six schools within very close proximity, together with a Times Supermarket, three banks, a couple of gas stations, and some twenty restaurants.

Kaonohi St: Looking for a quiet part of town? Kaonohi St is the perfect place! The neighborhood is tranquil and the local amenities are in bountiful supply. With one bank and twelve restaurants almost literally on the doorstep of this neighborhood, you'll be well-served no matter what your desires.

Neighborhoods in Aiea
+

The cost of living on any of the Hawaiian Islands is steep in comparison to the U.S. national average, and it's no different when it comes to renting either. That said, you'd best be prepared for an extra-large cash flow where Aiea is concerned. The average cost of a rental in Aiea is much higher than both the U.S. average and the average in Hawaii. Why should this be the case? Well, the price of property has skyrocketed due to the prevalence of second home-ownership in the area. Furthermore, there's good money to be made by renting out a home on a short-term basis to those who wish to take a vacation. Both these factors force up the rental prices to a very large degree. Think you can handle the heat?

Aiea: Aiea is busy throughout the year, and even more so during the summer months. However, there are quiet neighborhoods should that be your preference. Each to their own, after all.

Uao Place: Panoramic ocean views are gifted from many locations within Uao Place. What's even more, there are eight schools within a mile, and five grocery stores including a Safeway and a Good Health Food Store, together with no less than twelve banks, all within walking distance.

Meaala St: If you fancy the concept of enjoying excellent views over Pearl Harbor, then be sure to have a look at Meaala St! If you rent an apartment in this part of Aiea, then you'll be well served in many respects. There are six schools within very close proximity, together with a Times Supermarket, three banks, a couple of gas stations, and some twenty restaurants.

Kaonohi St: Looking for a quiet part of town? Kaonohi St is the perfect place! The neighborhood is tranquil and the local amenities are in bountiful supply. With one bank and twelve restaurants almost literally on the doorstep of this neighborhood, you'll be well-served no matter what your desires.

Living in Aiea

Aiea is home to Hawaii's largest enclosed shopping center, Pearlridge, which is also the second largest shopping center within the state, and is located on Moanalua Rd. The shopping mall, oddly enough, plays host to Hawaii's largest watercress farm, Sumida. It doesn't merely stop there however. The Aiea Shopping Center on Aiea Heights Drive hosts a variety of well-known anchor stores, including McDonald's, Times Supermarket, Koa Pancake House, Starbucks, and Jamba Juice. Aiea is a shoppers' paradise, make no mistake about it! The Aiea Loop Trail offers a beautifully scenic hike through various wooded areas, along a rather muddy ridge, depending on the time of year (it can be rather precarious), and on into Keaiwa Heiau State Park. Along the way you'll be able to witness fantastic views over Pearl Harbor. For the Texans in town, Dixie Grill over on Kamehameha Highway, is certainly worth a visit if you're missing home cooking. As the name suggests, it's all about the barbeque, and in huge Texan-style quantities!

Living in Aiea
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Aiea is home to Hawaii's largest enclosed shopping center, Pearlridge, which is also the second largest shopping center within the state, and is located on Moanalua Rd. The shopping mall, oddly enough, plays host to Hawaii's largest watercress farm, Sumida. It doesn't merely stop there however. The Aiea Shopping Center on Aiea Heights Drive hosts a variety of well-known anchor stores, including McDonald's, Times Supermarket, Koa Pancake House, Starbucks, and Jamba Juice. Aiea is a shoppers' paradise, make no mistake about it! The Aiea Loop Trail offers a beautifully scenic hike through various wooded areas, along a rather muddy ridge, depending on the time of year (it can be rather precarious), and on into Keaiwa Heiau State Park. Along the way you'll be able to witness fantastic views over Pearl Harbor. For the Texans in town, Dixie Grill over on Kamehameha Highway, is certainly worth a visit if you're missing home cooking. As the name suggests, it's all about the barbeque, and in huge Texan-style quantities!