Kohei Hakamada is a vital point of communication for Japanese-based corporations in need of a professional bridge. Mr. Hakamada excels in fiscal management and interpersonal communication.
Before joining NAI ChaneyBrooks (now Cushman & Wakefield ChaneyBrooks) in 2005, where he launched his career in commercial real estate, Mr. Hakamada worked as a business consultant and sales liaison for large, high-profile Japanese consulting firms in Japan and Hawai‘i . Utilizing his bilingual/bicultural skills, Mr. Hakamada is able to cohesively engage Japan/U.S. relations through facilitating cross-cultural commercial real estate transactions in Hawai‘i, Guam and Japan markets.
A native of Japan, Mr. Hakamada is bilingual in English and Japanese.
Member: International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
Member: Japan-America Society of Hawai‘i
Licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of Hawai‘i
Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration: Finance, Marketing and Economics, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Hawai‘i
Aviation Management with Flight, Florida Institute of Technology, Florida
1400 Kapi‘olani Blvd ($22.5 million)
2113 Kalākaua Ave Waikīkī Retail Building ($23.02 million)
A&B/Kawamoto Kāhala Portfolio Acquisition ($128 million)
Bank of Hawai‘i Waikīkī Center ($37.75 million)
Guam Premier Outlet Mall ($92.31 Million)
Guam Tumon Sands Plaza ($49.23 Million)
Waikīkī Galleria Tower ($187.25 million)
Lotus Hotel ($18.5 million)
1357 Kapi‘olani Building ($31 million)
2113 Kalākaua Ave Waikīkī Retail Building ($16.83 million)
Pacific Guardian Tower ($37.895 million)
Waikīkī Prince Hotel ($7.55 million)
Waikīkī 345 Royal Hawai‘ian Ave Building ($8.75 million)
O‘ahu Don Quijote (Kaheka) land acquisition ($45.5 million)
Waikīkī Round One Beachwalk Property ($15.5 million)
Major restaurant sales & acquisition- 30 restaurants