The Howard Hughes Corporation today announced that this summer it will launch Courtyard Cinema, a new monthly film series in partnership with the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) and Consolidated Theatres at Ward Village. Courtyard Cinema, free and open to the public, will showcase a selection of HIFF curated films on the second Thursday of each month and will also feature refreshments, activities and special guests centered around the theme of the selected film.
In collaboration with The Howard Hughes Corporation, HIFF has curated a broad range of films for Courtyard Cinema, from intellectually stimulating genre-bending works to family-oriented crowd favorites.
Courtyard Cinema premieres on Thursday, June 12 at 6 p.m. in the Ward Village Courtyard, located at 1240 Ala Moana Boulevard, with the Italian surf film, Bella Vita. Walking distance from some of the south shore’s best waves, surf enthusiasts can enjoy an intimate and powerful journey that chronicles surfer, artist, and environmentalist Chris Del Moro on a pilgrimage back to his ancestral homeland in Italy captured in stunning 35mm. Renowned documentary filmmaker Jason Baffa will be in attendance to answer questions from the audience. For a preview of the film and more information, visit http://bellavitafilm.com/.
Want to score some free tickets? Visit www.wardvillagecourtyardcinema.com or on Facebook at Facebook.com/WardVillage for upcoming film selections and more details about the series.
In other Howard Hughes news, Ward Village broke ground on their Waiea condominium project this past Saturday, the first mixed-use residential tower at Ward Village.
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Last Friday, The Howard Hughes Corp. unveiled its newly renovated IBM Building and sales gallery for its Ward Village master plan in Kakaako. I had the opportunity to tour the property at an exclusive brokers open. As I first entered the sales center doors, I knew I was in for something special. With modern high-grade wood floors, ten-foot ceilings, and finishes I’ve only seen in magazines, it’s safe to say that Howard Hughes has raised the bar for Kakaako condo development and Honolulu alike.
With that said, future Waiea condo owners should expect extraordinary finishes given the extraordinary prices they’ll pay to live there. Nonetheless, the model units blew me away.
The built-out model units are only some of what the sales center has to offer – three-dimensional models of both Waiea, at 1118 Ala Moana Boulevard, and Anaha, at 1108 Auahi Street, are also on display as well as an intricate model of Urban Honolulu.
And for those of you who really have your heart set on living in Kakaako, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of Howard Hughes’ vision for Ward Village in a futuristic three-dimensional model depicting the 22 high rises to come over the next decade and beyond.
Don’t just take my word for it, the $24 million redevelopment of the iconic IBM building and brand new sales center are a must-see if you’re in the market.
The sales center will open its doors to the public this Friday, Jan. 31. If you’re interested in a unit, please let me know and I’d be happy to advise you on comparable buildings in the area as well as other new development opportunities and whether Waiea or Anaha is right for you.
OUTFIT: Hawaii Fashion Designers Market was a two-day event held on Oct 2-3, 2013 at the ground floor of TJ Maxx Building at Ward Centers. An event for trade, industry, and shoppers that showcases Hawaii’s best in fashion and trade.
There were many local fashion designers, jewelry and accessory makers, who set up shop to promote their brand and sell their goods. Manufacturers like Duke Boyd, Hilo Hattie, Jams World, and Reyn Spooner had a large showcase on the floor. Throughout the day there were fashion shows and live music on the Main Stage, and a Meet-and-Greet at the HiFi Lounge.
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