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About the Waialae Bowl

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NAME: Waialae Bowl (1958-2008) CLOSED
TYPE: closed public bowling center
FIRST OPENED: 1958 (built by Century Development Inc.)
ARCHITECT: Takashi Anbe A.I.A.
CLOSED: February 28, 2008 (trn down in 2017)
WITHIN: Waialae Shopping Center (renamed "Kahala Mall" 1967) | Article |
FORMER ADDRESS: 4618 Kilauea Avenue (at Pahoa Avenue)_
LOCATION: Waialae-Kahala, East Honolulu, South Oahu Island, Hawaii
NOTE: After 50 years in business, and despite efforts to reopen, Waialae Bowl’s tenant didn’t want to renew the lease from property owner Kamehameha Schools. Summer 2017, Re-use Hawai’i salvaged the lanes and gutters, and brought the material to its Kakaako warehouse.
- Honolulu Star Bulletin "Waianae Bowl is Closing" February 2008 Article
- Hawaii News Now "Waianae Bowl To Be Demolished" March 2017 Article
- KHON2 "Score a Piece of Old Waianae Bowl " June 2017 Article

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