Developers break ground on $95M Safeway shopping center on Big Island


Sentinel Development and Blue Vista Capital broke ground this week on a $95 million 180,000-square-foot shopping center on Hawaii’s Big Island that will be anchored by a 63,000-square-foot Safeway store and gas station.

Thomas Reiter of Sentinel Development told attendees at Monday’s groundbreaking for the Niumalu Marketplace in Kailua-Kona that the developers “envision this to be the new community center,” West Hawaii Today reports.

Sentinel Development and Blue Vista Capital bought the…

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