Mo‘ili‘ili / McCully
Mo‘ili‘ili, the central plains of the Waikiki ahupua‘a, has been a gathering place for Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese families for generations. The names in this community are storied: King Street, the historic pathway of Hawaii’s kings; McCully, named for Supreme Court Justice Lawrence McCully under King Kalakaua; and Beretania, named for Great Britain, the 19th-century protectorate of the archipelago. These are fertile lands, producing kalo, rice, families, and leaders.
Today, Mo‘ili‘ili-McCully is a vibrant mixed neighborhood in the heart of Honolulu with great features such as:
- Easy access to work/life essentials
- Walkable, pedestrian-friendly blocks
- Modern bike lanes
- A mix of traditional and innovative shops and restaurants
- A rich community reflecting the Hawai'i experience
Explore the map below for some neighborhood highlights and see just how close Hau'oli Lofts is to "everything."