Mililani Technology Park (MTP) is a development of Castle & Cooke Properties, Inc. The Park, dedicated in 1987, is a heavily landscaped, campus-like park for high-tech companies and other services. The Park has mixed-use (IMX-1) zoning, which allows a variety of office and light industrial uses. With this zoning, companies no longer need to be in "high-tech" industries to locate to the Park. However, the design and infrastructure of the Park are geared toward the demanding high-tech market.
A Brief History
Ground was broken in 1987 for the Mililani Technology Park. The Leilehua Building was the first building to open in January 1989. It is zoned IMX-1 mixed-use, which allows a variety of office and light industrial uses. The Park is designated a Foreign-Trade Zone and also has Enterprise Zone status.
Verizon and Oceanic Communications both provide broadband width fiber optic cable, supplying superior communications for Park users.
MTP is a development of Castle & Cooke Properties, Inc., and is part of Castle & Cooke Hawaii's master-planned residential development of Mililani, the only community in Hawaii to receive the "All-America City Award."
Mililani Technology Park Update
Castle and Cooke remains committed to developing MTP. Unlike most business parks in Hawaii, MTP is fee simple. MTP is unique because of the climate, location and design guidelines. For example, the temperature is 6 to 8 degrees cooler than other downtown Honolulu locations. Employees, especially those who live in the area, can save 2 hours per day commuting to work. This means more time at the office or with family, and less stress.