Haleiwa Commercial

66-239 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa, Oahu 96712 Get Directions

$8,695,000

 

Total SqFt
3,094
Lot Size Area
41,992 SqFt
Land Tenure
Fee Simple
MLS #
201929582
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Overview

This parcel of land is the LARGEST UNDEVELOPED BUSINESS PLOT on the North Shore. It boasts 150 feet of prime Kamehameha Highway frontage. Located across from the busiest shopping center on North Shore, amidst the the bustling tourist mecca: Historic Haleiwa Town. It has a stable in-place income. ere are approximately 10,000 vehicles passing by each day. Additional neighboring parcels potentially available.

Property Details

Amenities
Office, Private Restroom
Business Type
Free Standing, Mixed Use, Restaurant
Construction Materials
Wood Frame
Flooring
Wood
Gross Income
$229,162
Neighborhood
Haleiwa
Net Operating Income
199126.00
Parking Features
On Site, Unassigned
Property Type
Commercial/Industrial
Interior SqFt
3,094
Total SqFt
3,094
Status
Active
Total Actual Rent
$229,162
Total Annual Operating Expenses
$30,037
Year Built
1928

Additional Property Info

Disclosures
Improvement District
Days on Market
339
Flood Zone
Zone X
Property Condition
Fair
Roof
Shingle
Tax Amount
$3,401
Tax Assessed Value
$3,291,400
Tax Assessed Value Improvements
$231,700
Tax Assessed Value Land
$3,059,700
Utilities
Light Electricity, Small Water Meter
Zoning
31 - B-1 Neighborhood Business

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Listing Courtesy of CBI Residential Services Inc Courtesy of Alan J Christopher, CBI Residential Services Inc.
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