Kapolei is a master-planned city in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States, on the island of Oahu. It is colloquially known as the "second city" of Oahu, in relation to Honolulu. The community takes its name from a volcanic cone, Puu o Kapolei. In the Hawaiian language, puu means "hill" and Kapo lei means "beloved Kapo". According to legend, Kapo was sister to Pele (the Goddess of Fire). Much of the land is part of the estate of industrialist James Campbell. Kapolei's major developer is Kapolei Property Development, a subsidiary of James Campbell Company. Kapolei sits primarily upon former sugarcane and pineapple fields.
Kapolei is neighbor to Ewa Beach, they almost merge. There are some beautiful beaches and places to enjoy the sun on a daily basis.
Kapolei Properties LLC offers fully zoned, subdivided and served-with-infrastructure lots for sale or lease in the City of Kapolei. It and affiliated companies also hold approximately 2,900 acres of land in several project areas for sale or investment.
Kapolei's vibrant commercial and government sectors create a diversity of jobs for residents who want to work not just to make a living, but to make a better life. Since 2000, the number of jobs in the region has nearly doubled to more than 36,000 in 2010. And this number is expected to grow to more than 103,000 in 2035.
Truly your live, work and play destination. Kapolei is also home to Hawaii's WaterPark, where tons of visitors and Kama'aina alike, enjoy the fun and water there daily. Kapolei also offers a fantastic membership opportunity at the grand Kroc Center where you must take in a tour - you'll be amazed at what they offer for such a small price.