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Today, Hawaiian Gardens gives office and commercial users a chance to build on a secure and established base. Aided by one of Southern California’s most progressive and experienced city governments, Hawaiian Gardens provides incentives for upgrading commercial properties, consolidating smaller commercial properties, and redeveloping underdeveloped properties through the City’s Rehabilitation Program.

The City is looking to develop a broad range of commercial uses ranging from retail sales, service-related uses, entertainment, community service organizations, and professional offices.

Commercial and Industrial uses make up over 25% of the land area. Because the major arterials Carson Street and Norwalk Boulevard perpendicularly intersect in the middle of the city, they serve as axes, providing immediate access from the freeways to the rest of the City.

Hawaiian Gardens is approximately 99% built out, and such, the City’s intention is to guide redevelopment towards revitalizing the commercial corridors into high quality, pedestrian friendly districts that are harmonious with residential and non-residential uses.

Economic Redevelopment
21815 Pioneer Blvd.
Hawaiian Gardens, CA 90716
Phone: (562)420-2641 ext. 201