Kaiāulu ‘o Kaka‘ako Owners Association

About the KOK Association

The Kaiāulu ‘o Kaka‘ako Owners Association (KOK Association) is a nonprofit organization that works closely with Kamehameha Schools to ensure the overall Our Kaka‘ako community is an attractive, progressive and desirable place to live, work, play and visit. The KOK Association reviews plans for future development projects within the Kaiāulu ‘o Kaka‘ako Master Plan (KKMP) to ensure they take into account established guidelines that preserve the sense of continuity and cohesiveness. All owners of developed parcels within the KKMP community are members of the KOK Association.

As Our Kaka‘ako continues to grow, the KOK Association remains committed to ensuring this vibrant urban island community benefits all residents who choose to live here. It sponsors district-wide programs, events and activities that promote social engagement, educational and employment opportunities, and community well-being. The KOK Association also subsidizes the free WiFi access available throughout the district.

In the past, the KOK Association has sponsored the very popular Honolulu Night Market, Eat the Street, and Honolulu Food & Wine Festival. These events draw Our Kaka‘ako residents, kama‘aina, and visitors alike to the community; support tenant businesses; and create an engaging, lively atmosphere for all.

The Kaiāulu ‘o Kaka‘ako Owners Association looks forward to working with interested partners in creating opportunities, programs, events and activities that benefit the community of Our Kaka‘ako.