Wailuku is the second city in the state of Hawaii to be renamed as a community.
Waikoloha, also known as Mā’ihi, is the first to be completed in Hawaii.
Its construction began in the early 1970s and completed in 1993.
A new community, Wailu, is set to open in 2020.
The town’s residents are mostly native Hawaiians and were once part of the Hōkūpūtau tribe.
Mā’imihi, the first village, opened in 1959.
In 1991, the tribe was forced to relocate after the eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington state.
Wailu was designated a historic district in the 1950s.
Kealakekua is set for the opening of its second store in 2019.
Newly opened restaurants will feature a Hawaiian-inspired menu.
More than 40 Hawaiian-themed stores and restaurants will open in Waikohe, Kona, Oahu and Maui.
Hikia’s, the newest Hawaiian-style restaurant, is expected to open early next year.
Oahu’s Oahu’s Aloha Burger will be the first Hawaiian-based restaurant to open.
Nuku’olau and Kailua are set to get a new look, with new signage, and a new theme park to be built.
Sale, a Hawaiian clothing boutique, will open later this year.