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Title:Let's Walk to Hekili Street: 4 principles for pedestrian oriented shopping street in Kailua, HI Paci
Author(s):Gallagher, Kerilyn
Contributor(s):Lee, Bumsoo
pedestrian oriented shopping
Kailua, Hawaii
Abstract:Land owner Kaneohe Ranch Management Ltd. will be continuing redevelopment in the core commercial district of Kailua town in Hawaii. The goal is to turn Hekili Street and the surrounding six acres into an attractive, easy to access, and popular shopping and dining street. The defined target populations are households in walking distance, the remaining Kailua households, and out-of-state visitors to Kailua. Through increased connectivity and pedestrian design, Hekili Street will become a destination street.The redevelopment goal will be obtained by four strategies: establishing tenant mix that meets target population demand, improving pedestrian connectivity, investing in pedestrian pockets, and setting pedestrian design guidelines. A case study of Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek, California is evidence of all four strategies working to create an active and well connected pedestrian shopping street. Hekili can likewise use these strategies to better its connectivity and design for pedestrian activity.
Issue Date:2013
Series/Report:MUP Capstone
Date Available in IDEALS:2013-08-05

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