New York’s Bronx Pro Group chosen to develop Honolulu low-income rental project
Pacific Business News
By Duane Shimogawa | June 3, 2015
The Hawaii agency regulating development in the Honolulu neighborhood of Kaka’ako, has chosen New York’s Bronx Pro Group LLC to build a low-income rental project that will include smaller, efficient units such as micro-units.
The $33 million Nohana Hale project includes 105 low-income, energy-efficient micro-units in two separate 17-story towers set upon a two-level podium, which will house the lobby, living room, community spaces and management offices…