Honolulu rail agency to move from current office space next year

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation will need to move to a new office space next year after its lease at Alii Place expires to make way for Hawaiian Electric Co.

HART’s floors, as well as the space currently occupied by the Internal Revenue Service, will eventually be taken over by Hawaiian Electric, which has leased a total of 194,624 square feet over nine full and three partial floors, according to the building’s owner, Bristol Group Inc.

HART currently occupies 64,000 square…

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