Kaimuki is an older neighborhood on Oahu—in fact, a bulk of the residential and commercial properties are over 100 years old and many of the homes are owned by multigenerational families. A community of spacious single-family homes, many of the properties in this area range around 5,000 square feet with only a few of them being whittle down to smaller areas by residents over the years. Kaimuki has most of its homes clustered together on block after block of hilly street. The commercial areas are contained separately, mostly along Waialae and Kapahulu Avenues. This allows residents to enjoy all the conveniences of close restaurants and services without ever-present noise throughout the day. Both main streets have a large variety of restaurants in every ethnicity and price range and many, like Rainbow Drive-Inn, are traditional local haunts that every generation in Hawaii frequent. Aside from the multiple shops and eateries that line Waialae and Kapahulu, there are several clusters of commercial businesses including Market City Shopping Center, and the Avenue Shops at Safeway Center, a handful of new shops that is anchored by the largest Safeway in the state.There are also several community parks that are equipped with basketball courts and large open spaces for recreational use. The Kaimuki Complex school district consists of seven elementary schools, Washington and Jarrett Middle Schools, and Kaimuki High School. The grounds of Kaimuki High School also house the Kaimuki Community School, a learning center for adults.
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