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  1. #18250

    Starlite

    Any new talent at star lite?

  2. #18249

    Miki

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanuku  [View Original Post]
    This is 2nd hand info since I was on the mainland for the past week. Just got back today. Vegas was fun! Thank you to Hawaiian Airlines. Lots of Aloha for us guys from the 808.

    Pearl Kai-girls at Mama Mia checking out Club Rose to see what Mama Kelly has to offer. KBGs are trying to get "incentive" money to jump ship. Mama Kim should take better care of her girls.

    Club Rose. There is a window of opportunity with landing Luna. Her sponsor / BF got busted for DUI and she is looking for another source for free housing in 2017.

    Lost track of Miki, the pretty bartender that does not drink alcohol. Anyone knows where she went?
    Miki is at Mama Mia. She works Fri, Sat, Sun nights.

  3. #18248

    What's up in the hood, Aiea side.

    This is 2nd hand info since I was on the mainland for the past week. Just got back today. Vegas was fun! Thank you to Hawaiian Airlines. Lots of Aloha for us guys from the 808.

    Pearl Kai-girls at Mama Mia checking out Club Rose to see what Mama Kelly has to offer. KBGs are trying to get "incentive" money to jump ship. Mama Kim should take better care of her girls.

    Club Rose. There is a window of opportunity with landing Luna. Her sponsor / BF got busted for DUI and she is looking for another source for free housing in 2017.

    Lost track of Miki, the pretty bartender that does not drink alcohol. Anyone knows where she went?

  4. #18247

    Take a stroll

    You only need to take a walk on Makaloa street from Sheridan to Keamoku to know the sewers are inadequate as that smell behind 74 and Evergreen will make you faint. If it can't handle the flushed peanuts, kimchi, and Kalbi coming out of the bar shitters it's going to need Roto Rooter on staff for condos.

  5. #18246

    Wishful thinking.

    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    I know get underground aquifers (Moiliili, Kapiolani, Ala Moana, etc.) that were built upon in the past; could be that's why get some residential and business structural / infrastructural problems. But they not going let us know until too late, if any. We just like Japan: one volcanic island with plenty underground water systems, I guess, but not wishing for the worst.
    I just hope these families, homeowners cover this contingency, this is not normal for homeowners policy but where they going stay when happen and dependent on damage? What's that building on the mainland a luxury condo and the thing is sinking because the soils engineer failed to do a report or make this danger known their response was building was built to code. So what, the building foundation is sinking and tilting and all those tenants looking to loose their once in a life time investment. ALL FOR MONEY!. That is what makes the world go around. Just like the bars and AMP's no money, no honey. Where did I hear that old adage before? LOL. Be safe guys and even my aged parent was amazed at all the new construction on the way back to the nursing home. Even Nursing home are a racquet the average private pay is 12 k a month now and it goes up every year. The money, runs after that guys believe me, it runs fast and furious. Those in similar situations know what I mean. Quality of life and level of care, that what money brings that's all. We all die the same alone, but faith helps the passing. But enough of lecture. Honolulu will be facing a few hurdles in the coming decade and I hope we have enough money to cover our expenses without taxing us out into the street or skipping a few meals. Ideas?

  6. #18245

    Aquifers

    Quote Originally Posted by Jj6969  [View Original Post]
    Waiting to see if large sink holes are going to open up like in Japan.
    I know get underground aquifers (Moiliili, Kapiolani, Ala Moana, etc.) that were built upon in the past; could be that's why get some residential and business structural / infrastructural problems. But they not going let us know until too late, if any. We just like Japan: one volcanic island with plenty underground water systems, I guess, but not wishing for the worst.

  7. #18244
    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    These proposed projects have either been in the Master Plan, C&C Honolulu, or mentioned via PBNews for the past 15-20 years; the properties have changed hands several times by speculators. The rail endeavor will certainly change the landscape of our beloved Keeaumoku / Kapiolani KBs. They will probably have to find another venue; King Street?
    Anyway, IMO, the developments won't fly as the water supply and table cannot support them; unless, of course, get one political fix-up job. I wouldn't buy unless I mental or can afford $1600-2000 per month fees for endless maintenance problems.
    Waiting to see if large sink holes are going to open up like in Japan.

  8. #18243

    Another nail in the coffin

    Quote Originally Posted by MitsFunai  [View Original Post]
    These proposed projects have either been in the Master Plan, C&C Honolulu, or mentioned via PBNews for the past 15-20 years; the properties have changed hands several times by speculators. The rail endeavor will certainly change the landscape of our beloved Keeaumoku / Kapiolani KBs. They will probably have to find another venue; King Street?
    Anyway, IMO, the developments won't fly as the water supply and table cannot support them; unless, of course, get one political fix-up job. I wouldn't buy unless I mental or can afford $1600-2000 per month fees for endless maintenance problems.
    Money talks, so I wouldn't be surprised if this project does go thru. IT will affect 6/7 bars current and former as well as 2 massage parlors. In one development project. The tower going up by Ashleys place I doubt they would want a bar as a neighbor. The property next to Ashleys is also for sale or was for sale as well. King Street would be a good alternative lots of places to put a bar. I guess it's for the rich the average family would be priced out of the price range of these projects, not to mention the maintenance fees.

  9. #18242

    Kalihi Here We Come

    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorForLife  [View Original Post]
    Big artical on this morning newspaper on Makoloa block development. Chinese firm bought that block for 18 mils and they are planning to build a twin towers include hotel and residential units. It is coming soon. When come to it, where all of these girls going to work? Maybe Kalihi?
    These proposed projects have either been in the Master Plan, C&C Honolulu, or mentioned via PBNews for the past 15-20 years; the properties have changed hands several times by speculators. The rail endeavor will certainly change the landscape of our beloved Keeaumoku / Kapiolani KBs. They will probably have to find another venue; King Street?
    Anyway, IMO, the developments won't fly as the water supply and table cannot support them; unless, of course, get one political fix-up job. I wouldn't buy unless I mental or can afford $1600-2000 per month fees for endless maintenance problems.

  10. #18241

    It's in the making

    " Neighborhood broad members said benefit on the project would bring by replacing hostess bars and providing affordable housing".

    I think it is a done deal, supporting by neighborhood board.

    Members and rich Chinese.

    It is fucking BS, affordable housing at 800 k each? Who the fuck could afford that?

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnRoss  [View Original Post]
    They're talking about two different towers. The one mauka of Walgreens is the property that housed Panda Cuisine, Napa Valley, Tomorrow II, La Vie En Rose, and the old massage parlor.

    Warrior, are you sure it is the EG property? The article didn't specify the location. I'm guessing the one makai of Walmart is the Summit property, because it has the same developer as the old Goodyear Service Center. The Summit property is owned by Chinese as is the Goodyear property. The Evergreen, Susie's and 74 properties are all owned by a local entity. Another big parcel is the Kenrock property.

    EDIT: I think Warrior may be right. I just saw the news and the rendering looks like it is on the property that runs from EG to the old Pacific Diamond.

  11. #18240
    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorForLife  [View Original Post]
    Big artical on this morning newspaper on Makoloa block development. Chinese firm bought that block for 18 mils and they are planning to build a twin towers include hotel and residential units. It is coming soon.

    We will be losing at least 4 KBs in the area, EG, Tanent, 74, Summit to name a few.

    Eventually all of these near by bars will also be gone. Investers are paying big bucks for their units, don't think they are too happy to see any of these bars in their neighborhood.

    When come to it, where all of these girls going to work? Maybe Kalihi?
    Quote Originally Posted by OldIslandBoy  [View Original Post]
    I thought they were talking about the block mauka of Walgreen's?
    They're talking about two different towers. The one mauka of Walgreens is the property that housed Panda Cuisine, Napa Valley, Tomorrow II, La Vie En Rose, and the old massage parlor.

    Warrior, are you sure it is the EG property? The article didn't specify the location. I'm guessing the one makai of Walmart is the Summit property, because it has the same developer as the old Goodyear Service Center. The Summit property is owned by Chinese as is the Goodyear property. The Evergreen, Susie's and 74 properties are all owned by a local entity. Another big parcel is the Kenrock property.

    EDIT: I think Warrior may be right. I just saw the news and the rendering looks like it is on the property that runs from EG to the old Pacific Diamond.

  12. #18239
    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorForLife  [View Original Post]
    Big artical on this morning newspaper on Makoloa block development. Chinese firm bought that block for 18 mils and they are planning to build a twin towers include hotel and residential units. It is coming soon.

    We will be losing at least 4 KBs in the area, EG, Tanent, 74, Summit to name a few.

    Eventually all of these near by bars will also be gone. Investers are paying big bucks for their units, don't think they are too happy to see any of these bars in their neighborhood.

    When come to it, where all of these girls going to work? Maybe Kalihi?
    I thought they were talking about the block mauka of Walgreen's?

  13. #18238
    Quote Originally Posted by FawkLuvah  [View Original Post]
    Spent Thanksgiving with Kay for a few hours yesterday. She told me she has been sad these past few days. I tried my best to cheer her up, and then some. If her LVBs don't know yet, she will be going somewhere soon. I told her I might visit her because I have a conference there next month. I am going to try to see her tonight before she leaves, but she will let me know if she works tonight.
    When she goes I hope the posts about this ho will finally stop.

  14. #18237

    Splash

    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorForLife  [View Original Post]
    Big artical on this morning newspaper on Makoloa block development. Chinese firm bought that block for 18 mils and they are planning to build a twin towers include hotel and residential units. It is coming soon.

    We will be losing at least 4 KBs in the area, EG, Tanent, 74, Summit to name a few.

    Eventually all of these near by bars will also be gone. Investers are paying big bucks for their units, don't think they are too happy to see any of these bars in their neighborhood.

    When come to it, where all of these girls going to work? Maybe Kalihi?
    I wonder if Splash would be safe?

    If so, the will corner the KB market in the Kapiolani area if those other KB's mentioned closes down.

    Be safe bros.

  15. #18236

    It's in the making

    Big artical on this morning newspaper on Makoloa block development. Chinese firm bought that block for 18 mils and they are planning to build a twin towers include hotel and residential units. It is coming soon.

    We will be losing at least 4 KBs in the area, EG, Tanent, 74, Summit to name a few.

    Eventually all of these near by bars will also be gone. Investers are paying big bucks for their units, don't think they are too happy to see any of these bars in their neighborhood.

    When come to it, where all of these girls going to work? Maybe Kalihi?

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