HONONLULU, HI—The Gentry Pacific Design Center has a new look and a new name.

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs, bought the center in the Honolulu neighborhood of Iwilei for $21 million in 2012. After investing about $9 million in improvments, the agency recently changed the building’s name to “Na Lama Kukui,” according to a report in the Pacific Business News.

Colliers International Hawaii is handling leasing of the185,787-square-foot center, which is currently 87% occupied.

OHA has had up to six inquiries from Native Hawaiian organizations interested in possibly moving in, the report noted.

OHA’s new space, which encompasses 44,000-square-feet. The state agency leased out roughly 30,000 square feet of space at Pacific Park Plaza in Honolulu for 21 years.

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