The Hawaii Community Development Authority board has given the go-ahead for two Kaka'ako projects planned for land owned by Kamehameha schools.
Both projects will be six stories high and will offer mixed use residential and retail space.
One called 400 Keawe is being developed by Castle and Cooke and will include 95 residential units and 145 parking stalls. The second development at 440 Keawe will offer 88 units with 165 parking stalls.
The projects will be built on a four-acre parcel bounded by Auahi, Keawe and Pohukaina streets, which will be next to the planned city center transit station.
Groundbreaking is expected later this year.