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Avalon to turn former Walmart building into restaurants and recreation venue

March 2024

A big piece of the downtown Honolulu puzzle is in place. The building surrounded by Fort Street Mall and King and Bethel streets has been a Walmart, a Macy’s and a Liberty House.

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Local developer Avalon buys former Walmart building in downtown Honolulu for $38M

February 2024

Local developer Christine Camp says her Avalon Development company is the new owner of the former Walmart building in downtown Honolulu.

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Developers to Lawmakers: Cut Processing Time

August 2017

A Joint Legislative Committee conducted another informational hearing on Affordable Housing today. As HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports, this time, lawmakers heard from developers.

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Developers Weigh-in On Solving Affordable Housing Crisis

March 2017

Can Hawai’i solve its Affordable Housing crisis? Developers say, “Yes.” There are more than 50 babies born each day in Hawai’i and many of them will need a place to live in when they grow up. Developer Christine Camp says housing prices can be stabilized if real estate speculation is kept in check.

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Hawaii Developers: Roadblocks to Affordable Housing

March 2017

Government officials are calling for more affordable housing development in Hawaii. But what do developers say? HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports.

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Developing Big Dreams on Oahu

August 2016

One of Honolulu’s leading developers is Christine Camp, president & CEO of the Avalon Development Company. Pacific Business News Editor in Chief has more on what has driven her to carve her own path in this male-dominated industry.

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