Bank of Hawaii Celebrates Grand Opening of New Iwilei Branch


March 2nd, 2020


Bank of Hawaii celebrated the opening of its new Iwilei Branch with a traditional Hawaiian blessing on Monday, Mar. 2 at 8 a.m.

The newly built 4,700-square-foot Iwilei Branch was constructed at the bank’s former processing facility space and incorporates Bank of Hawaii’s modernized Branch of Tomorrow concept. Iwilei Branch is Bank of Hawaii’s tenth Branch of Tomorrow. New features include improved energy efficiencies and offer upgraded technology, a flexible floor plan, with a Teller Bar, easy-deposit ATMs (with Cardless Cash), free Wi-Fi and private meeting spaces, allowing branch staff to provide more personal service BOH customers have come to expect.

The new Iwilei Branch retained all 12 employees from the bank’s former Waiakamilo Branch, which closed on Friday, Feb. 28. The new branch is open six days a week and offers a variety of banking services conveniently located in the hub of the Kalihi community.

909 Dillingham Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii 96817

Business Hours:
Monday – Thursday      8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday                          8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday                      9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The architect for the Iwilei Branch is MC Architects, Inc., and the contractor is Allied Builders System.

Branch of Tomorrow 
Since Bank of Hawaii launched its Branch of Tomorrow concept, nine branches have been transformed:

  1. Pearl City Branch, November 2016
  2. Hawaii Kai Branch, March 2017
  3. Kihei Branch, June 2017
  4. Main Branch in downtown Honolulu, August 2017
  5. Manoa Branch, December 2017
  6. Pearlridge Branch, January 2018
  7. Princeville Branch, December 2018
  8. Safeway Kahului In-Store Branch, July 2019
  9. Kahala Mall Kiosk, October 2019

Additional branch transformations are planned for the future. Bank of Hawaii has 68 branches in Hawaii.


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