Market City Shopping Center
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Leasing Info

In 1946, a vegetable patch on the corner of Kapiolani Boulevard and Kaimuki Avenue was purchased to develop Market City Shopping Center. In 1948 we began serving Kaimuki and featured the first Foodland Super Market. Since then, we have grown to over 25 tenants, including anchors Fun Factory and Ben Franklin Crafts. Over the years we have served your families with a wide variety of products and services, and we continue to grow to better serve you.
Community Support

• At least 2 scholarships awarded annually to worthy students in the Kaimuki/Kapahulu communities.
• Support and Fundraising for:

     - The Salvation Army
     - River of Life Mission
     - Honolulu Theater for Youth
     - Child and Family Service

     - YWCA
     - Hawaii Council on Economic Education

     - And many other worthy organizations

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Market City Special Events


Special Events
Clockwise from top left: Chinese New Year Celebration, 1995 Doll Show, Christmas in years past, Easter Day Promotion, Halloween, Senior's Coffee Hour

• Market City holds various special events during the year. These events serve several purposes including:
     - Promoting good community relations,
     - Helping to enhance business for tenants, therefore promoting more revenue to the
       shopping center.

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Occupancy Rate
• 100% occupancy rate w/strong anchor tenants. The rate is excellent when compared with other strip malls on Oahu.
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Parking at Market City
• Ample parking is provided on both the upper and lower levels.
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