Howard Hughes Real Estate

Sales Will Soon Start for Howard Hughes

The Howard Hughes Corporation is kicking the New Year off with a bang – sales will soon start on the first three towers of the developer’s Ward Village project.

The much-anticipated “Waiea” condominium, planned for the parking lot along Ala Moana Boulevard across from Ward Theatres, will take luxury to a new level. The building will include 171 one-, two- and three-bedroom units and 10 villas. Buyers can anticipate unobstructed ocean views, state-of-the-art facilities, and luxurious amenities.

Buyers looking to secure their spot in “Anaha,” another Ward Village tower, will have their pick of 311 one-, two- and three-bedroom units, with 73 townhomes. Located at the northeast corner of Auahi and Kamakee streets at the former Pier 1 Imports location, “Anaha” will also consist of luxury units.

Sales for the “Waiea” and “Anaha” towers are expected to begin early this year for the general public.

A third tower, located at 404 Ward Avenue at the former site of Kanpai Bar and Grill, will be 38 stories high and include 424 affordable units. Sales for the 404 Ward Avenue tower are not yet publically available, however we will be sure to keep you posted when this information becomes available.

If you’re interested in purchasing a condo in Howard Hughes’ latest development, please contact me and I’ll be happy to help you get started. Or, if you would like to receive more information on what’s still to come in Kakaako, please contact me at Units at The Collection are still available as well, contact me for information on prices for remaining inventory.

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  • John Frick
    May 21, 2014 at 10:40 pm

    Aloha. I have noticed the talk about Kaka’ako and would appreciate any knowledge and information you can provide to me as I return to the island (during the next few weeks) in search of a new home. So far, I have been looking for residential ideas in the capital, financial, and even arts districts – I am proud to say that I was the instrumental gallery & theater in 2002 (STUDIO1) who, along with MOCA, started what has become the successful Honolulu Culture & Arts District. But, for now (8yrs later), I am just seeking another exciting area to reside while I work my last couple years on Fort Shafter before my retirement. I’m not in the market for the prices of Symphony or Harbor Court, but still seek a unique opportunity rather than the typical, bland condo or apartment (just for myself, i.e., a 1BR or even studio).

    Again, feel free to provide additional info about Kaka’ako and please add my email address to the subscriber list.

    • Holden Lau
      May 22, 2014 at 7:43 pm

      Aloha Jack,

      I’m am excited to share with you everything that is going on in the Kakaako neighborhood. While still in it’s infancy, I think Kakaako will grow to be a bustling neighborhood perfect for someone like yourself. I would be happy to chat with you regarding presospective real estate opportunities both in Kakaako and neighboring areas. It is obvious that the areas surrounding Kakaako will too benefit from all the development so it’s important we consider all our options. Look for an email from me where we can continue this conversation.