The exceptional lifestyle at Honolulu’s newest contemporary village — The Howard Hughes Corporation’s Ward Village — offers the perfect mix of urban and island living. The stunning homes are set amid eclectic retail stores and entertainment venues, beautiful pedestrian walkways and outdoor gathering spaces that embrace Hawaiian culture.
Enriching the Mind, Body & Soul
With its walkable pathways, dedicated bike lanes and tree-lined sidewalks, Ward Village is LEED Neighborhood Development Platinum Certified. It’s the only neighbourhood in Hawaii and the largest community in the country to receive this prestigious certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The community was designed with a goal of enhancing and enriching the lives of everyone in the neighbourhood, and honouring the unique spirit of this special place by creating a sustainable, balanced environment that con-nects people: mind, body and soul.
A Community Gathering Place
Whether you are single, a couple, or a family, Ward Village provides a place to gather, connect and enjoy family and friends. Entertainment options abound — music and hula performances, date night at one of the many restaurants or family night at the movies. And as operator and manager of Kewalo Harbor — the community’s ocean destination and urban fishing village — the Howard Hughes Corporation has plans for security upgrades and dock renovations, as well as extended marketing to encourage foot traffic to the harbour and interaction within the Ward Village community.
With its unparalleled glass façade and spacious view-oriented interiors, Waiea represents a level of architectural sophistication never before available in Hawai‘i. The 36-floor tower with 174 residences, was designed by award-winning, Vancouver-based ar-chitect James K. M. Cheng in collaboration with Rob Iopa and WCIT Architecture. Waiea will be Honolulu’s most luxurious new address, complete with the inter-nationally acclaimed restaurant Nobu adjacent to the tower’s lobby.
Designed by Chicago-based firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz in collaboration with Ben Woo Architects, Anaha’s rolling glass façade evokes the light reflect-ing off the waves of the nearby Pacific Ocean. This dynamic tower sets a new tone for the evolving ar-chitecture of Honolulu, offering a diverse range of sophisticated residences. This 311-unit building will offer a diverse range of sophisticated residences, where the serene privacy of home is enhanced by all the amenities one might expect at a luxury resort, including O‘ahu’s first Merriman’s restaurant.