The Next Residential Tower at Ward Village®

Sales Commence Late 2018/Early 2019

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Victoria Place

The Next Residential Tower at Ward Village®

Sales Commence Late 2018/Early 2019

COMING SOON TO KAKA’AKO

 

Victoria Place

Ko’ula, designed by renowned architects Studio Gang, is a mixed-use, high-rise community, representing the next milestone in the Howard Hughes Corporation’s (HHC) commitment to Kaka’ako’s revitalization.

The building location and orientation were carefully considered to preserve mauka-to-makai views, address known culturally significant sites, and integrate Ko’ula with the pattern of a connected and walkable community coming to life at Ward Village®.

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COMING SOON TO KAKA’AKO

 

Victoria Place

Ko’ula, designed by renowned architects Studio Gang, is a mixed-use, high-rise community, representing the next milestone in the Howard Hughes Corporation’s (HHC) commitment to Kaka’ako’s revitalization.

The building location and orientation were carefully considered to preserve mauka-to-makai views, address known culturally significant sites, and integrate Ko’ula with the pattern of a connected and walkable community coming to life at Ward Village®.

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About Victoria Place

It will be located on Auahi Street between Ward Entertainment Center and the Central Plaza – the future public gathering space and heart of the Ward Village® neighborhood.

Public Residences

Retail & Dining

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Recreational Space

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Ground-Level Open Space

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About Victoria Place

It will be located on Auahi Street between Ward Entertainment Center and the Central Plaza – the future public gathering space and heart of the Ward Village® neighborhood.

Public Residences

Retail & Dining

ft2

Recreational Space

ft2

Ground-Level Open Space

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Talking Origin Story

= sugar cane, Ula = red

In the Hawaiian language, Ko’ula means red sugar cane. In recognizing the cultural significance of its setting and history, Ko’ula provides a foundation where those who choose it as their home can take pride and comfort knowing that they reside in a place rooted in culture, which respects and honors the past, and contributes to the growth and future of Ward Village®. 

Ward Village®

Live • Work • Play

Ward Village® is coming to life with the completion of its first residential communities, Waiea and Anaha. Energized from these new residents, the street level energy along Auahi Street—from South Shore Market, past Anaha, and to Waiea and the Ward Entertainment Center, has changed.

In 2018 and 2019, the opening of Whole Foods Market, new residents moving into Ae’o, and the completion of the Central Plaza will further the “live-work-play” feeling of Ward Village®, for not only those who live there, but for greater Honolulu residents and visitors as well. Ko’ula is the next step in the evolution of the neighborhood and a key component in joining new and existing uses with the public gathering space created by the Central Plaza.

Image courtesy of Ward Village®

Image courtesy of Ward Village®

Ward Village®

Live • Work • Play

Ward Village® is coming to life with the completion of its first residential communities, Waiea and Anaha. Energized from these new residents, the street level energy along Auahi Street—from South Shore Market, past Anaha, and to Waiea and the Ward Entertainment Center, has changed.

In 2018 and 2019, the opening of Whole Foods Market, new residents moving into Ae’o, and the completion of the Central Plaza will further the “live-work-play” feeling of Ward Village®, for not only those who live there, but for greater Honolulu residents and visitors as well. Ko’ula is the next step in the evolution of the neighborhood and a key component in joining new and existing uses with the public gathering space created by the Central Plaza.

Image courtesy of Ward Village®

Central Plaza

(artist’s rendering above)

Ward Master Plan

Central Plaza

Ward Master Plan

The Ward MP puts forth four principal strategies that provide for:

  • Connected Public Spaces
  • Auahi Street as a Pedestrian Promenade
  • Mauka-Makai View Corridors
  • Streetscape Design

Connected Public Spaces: Provide three significant and connected public spaces. At the center of Ward Neighborhood will be a new Central Plaza, with major public spaces ‘Ewa of Ward Avenue and on the Diamond Head end of the Neighborhood. All three will be linked via Auahi Street.

Auahi Street as a Pedestrian Promenade: Redevelop Auahi Street as a great pedestrian-oriented urban promenade and shopping street, a landscaped, central corridor full of activity and character that feeds the core of Ward Village®.

Mauka-Makai View Corridors: Introduce an additional mauka-makai view corridor between Ward Avenue and Kamake’e Street. This new corridor will also serve as a visual window into Ward Village® from Ala Moana Boulevard and out to Kewalo Basin and the ocean. Each view corridor may include functional and safe pedestrian connections to encourage walking.

Streetscape Design: Strongly define an identity for the three key intersections along Ala Moana Boulevard, marking them as gateways into the district and Central Kaka’ako on the mauka edge. The landscape character will provide a sense of arrival into Ward Neighborhood. The streetscape design will also create an identity for the pedestrian network within the community.

Building Plan

Unit Floor Plans

Floor plates provided Courtesy of Ward Village®

Neighborhood Plan

With eight years of progress to date, the transformation of Ward Village started with the preservation of the historic, iconic IBM Building as an informational and community gathering center – an early achievement that set the tone for the attention to quality and detail that defines Ward Village. The completion of the Ward Village Shops (with Nordstrom Rack, Pier 1 Imports, South Shore Market, and a district parking garage) is another visible sign of the transformation that is taking place. Most recently, with the opening of the Waiea and Anaha residential communities, Ward Village has welcomed its first residents, and the neighborhood is coming to life.

With over 35 food and beverage options, Ward Village has everything, from restaurants created by world-famous (Nobu) and locally renowned chiefs (Merriman’s), to innovative newcomer eateries like Piggy Smalls, Gomatei, Agu, and Scratch Kitchen & Meatery. This diverse culinary experience draws people to Ward Village, where sought-after restaurants are just a short walk from parking, shops, and homes.

Honolulu’s new wave of makers, creators, and entrepreneurs are calling Ward Village home. At South Shore Market, young, local designers are creating clothing and accessories that reflect Hawai`i’s culture and lifestyle with a modern, stylish edge. They’re part of a new wave of designers inspired by Pacific, Asian, European, and North American influences, creating a singular Hawai`i style. These innovators have helped make South Shore Market a destination within Ward Village and an oasis of independent fashion and goods where personal style is at the forefront, and where the shopping experience is unlike anything in Hawai`i.

Ward Village continues to support local farmers with its on-going farmer’s market which brings fresh local produce, prepared foods, and baked goods from O`ahu’s community of growers and makers. Farmer’s market patrons take pride in knowing where their food comes from and support the local economy in the process. And with a flagship Whole Foods Market opening in 2018, Ward Village will have a convenient grocery option that offers high-quality food and provides a new distribution point for local products.

Ward Village continues to broaden its support of art and culture in Honolulu. In the past few years Ward Village has embraced Hawai`i’s unique geographic location by showcasing a melting pot of contemporary art from around the world. Today, Ward Village sits at the epicenter of this modern art renaissance. Most recently Ward Village served as the title sponsor of the inaugural Honolulu Biennial, an arts and cultural event that showcases diverse perspectives of artists from Hawai`i, the Pacific, Asia, North America, New Zealand, and Australia – and provides a platform for bringing art, artists, and the greater community together.

With the coming Central Plaza, Ward Village looks to broaden events that shape the neighborhood as a central gathering area in the heart of Honolulu. These events including Kona Nui Nights, Courtyard Cinema, Courtyard Yoga, and New Wave Friday will continue to evolve and grow as the Central Plaza comes to life. And with Ward Village hosting food celebrations such as “Ricefest” and “Noodlefest” the neighborhood will continue be a venue for food festivals that showcase local favorites.

HHC has also begun its $20 million renovation of Kewalo Basin that will result in infrastructure improvements and added security. With future improvements to the lifeguard response station, landscaping, signs, and restroom facilities, the renovations will support more than 70 small businesses located at the basin and will strengthen connections between the basin, Ala Moana Beach Park, and other nearby areas.

Other key elements in the neighborhood include the creation of cultural preservation areas, the planning for the neighborhood HART station and guide way, and the extension of Private Drive 2 (de facto Halekauwila Street extension) through Kaka`ako.

Building Plan

Unit Floor Plans

Floor plates courtesy of Ward Village®

Neighborhood Plan

With eight years of progress to date, the transformation of Ward Village started with the preservation of the historic, iconic IBM Building as an informational and community gathering center – an early achievement that set the tone for the attention to quality and detail that defines Ward Village. The completion of the Ward Village Shops (with Nordstrom Rack, Pier 1 Imports, South Shore Market, and a district parking garage) is another visible sign of the transformation that is taking place. Most recently, with the opening of the Waiea and Anaha residential communities, Ward Village has welcomed its first residents, and the neighborhood is coming to life.

With over 35 food and beverage options, Ward Village has everything, from restaurants created by world-famous (Nobu) and locally renowned chiefs (Merriman’s), to innovative newcomer eateries like Piggy Smalls, Gomatei, Agu, and Scratch Kitchen & Meatery. This diverse culinary experience draws people to Ward Village, where sought-after restaurants are just a short walk from parking, shops, and homes.

Honolulu’s new wave of makers, creators, and entrepreneurs are calling Ward Village home. At South Shore Market, young, local designers are creating clothing and accessories that reflect Hawai`i’s culture and lifestyle with a modern, stylish edge. They’re part of a new wave of designers inspired by Pacific, Asian, European, and North American influences, creating a singular Hawai`i style. These innovators have helped make South Shore Market a destination within Ward Village and an oasis of independent fashion and goods where personal style is at the forefront, and where the shopping experience is unlike anything in Hawai`i.

Ward Village continues to support local farmers with its on-going farmer’s market which brings fresh local produce, prepared foods, and baked goods from O`ahu’s community of growers and makers. Farmer’s market patrons take pride in knowing where their food comes from and support the local economy in the process. And with a flagship Whole Foods Market opening in 2018, Ward Village will have a convenient grocery option that offers high-quality food and provides a new distribution point for local products.

Ward Village continues to broaden its support of art and culture in Honolulu. In the past few years Ward Village has embraced Hawai`i’s unique geographic location by showcasing a melting pot of contemporary art from around the world. Today, Ward Village sits at the epicenter of this modern art renaissance. Most recently Ward Village served as the title sponsor of the inaugural Honolulu Biennial, an arts and cultural event that showcases diverse perspectives of artists from Hawai`i, the Pacific, Asia, North America, New Zealand, and Australia – and provides a platform for bringing art, artists, and the greater community together.

With the coming Central Plaza, Ward Village looks to broaden events that shape the neighborhood as a central gathering area in the heart of Honolulu. These events including Kona Nui Nights, Courtyard Cinema, Courtyard Yoga, and New Wave Friday will continue to evolve and grow as the Central Plaza comes to life. And with Ward Village hosting food celebrations such as “Ricefest” and “Noodlefest” the neighborhood will continue be a venue for food festivals that showcase local favorites.

HHC has also begun its $20 million renovation of Kewalo Basin that will result in infrastructure improvements and added security. With future improvements to the lifeguard response station, landscaping, signs, and restroom facilities, the renovations will support more than 70 small businesses located at the basin and will strengthen connections between the basin, Ala Moana Beach Park, and other nearby areas.

Other key elements in the neighborhood include the creation of cultural preservation areas, the planning for the neighborhood HART station and guide way, and the extension of Private Drive 2 (de facto Halekauwila Street extension) through Kaka`ako.

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Early Registration Has Measurable Benefits

Buying from a developer has its pros & cons, which is why Howard Hughes Corporation wants you working with a buyer’s agent. You’ll want an agent outside the Victoria Place sales team looking out for youRegistering Portfolio as your representative is smart. We’ve been advocating for people like you, people buying in new developments, decades before the rise of the first tower in Ward Village®. Our insights and knowledge will prove invaluable assets as you choose your floor, floor plan, and finishes.  
 
Please know, registering with a buyer’s agent obligates you to nothing. No contract, express or implied, is formed. It just lets us know that you are interested and want all of the information as it comes out. When showroom visits begin, we’ll let you know right away, because if there’s anything to learn from Ward Village’s® sales history, it is that the early bird gets the best worm. So, let us arm you with the best and fastest information. We look forward to helping you. 
 
4211 Waialae Ave #4090, Honolulu, HI 96816
+1 (808) 255-2400

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Early Registration Has Measurable Benefits

Buying from a developer has its pros & cons, which is why the developer wants you working with a buyer’s agent. They want it so much, they pay for it. You’ll want an agent other than Koula’s sales team looking out for you. Registering Portfolio as your representative is smart. We’ve been advocates for people like you, people buying in new developments, decades before the rise of the first tower in Ward Village®. You will find our insights and knowledge will prove an invaluable asset as you choose your floor, floor plan, and finishes.  
Please know, registering with a buyer’s agent obligates you to nothing. No contract, implied or expressed, is formed. It just lets us know that you are interested and want all of the information as it comes out. When showroom visits begin, we’ll let you know right away, because if there’s anything to learn from Ward Village’s® sales history, it is that the early bird gets the best worm. So, let us arm you with the best and fastest information. We look forward to helping you. 
 
4211 Waialae Ave #4090, Honolulu, HI 96816
+1 (808) 255-2400

Victoria Place Registration Form

What would you like to do (select all that apply)

OPTIONAL - How much space are you seeking?

OPTIONAL - In which price range(s) are you looking?

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Early Registration Has Benefits

Registering with us allows gives you the advantage of being notified as soon as vital information is released, information like: when showroom tours start and how to schedule your buying consultation. Being that this is a new development, you will be working directly with our Principal Broker, Kimo, whose expertise & experience in buyer advocacy far predate the rise of the first tower in Ward Village®. We trust that his insight and knowledge will an be invaluable asset as you choose a floor plan, location within Ko’ula, and your design choices. Buying from a builder has its pros & cons which is why the developer wants you working with a buyer’s agent. They want it so much, they pay for it. You’ll want an agent other than the developer’s sales team looking out, not for the developer, for you. 
 
Please know, registering with a buyer’s agent obligates you to nothing. There is not contract implied or expressed being formed. It just lets us know, you are interested and want all of the information as it comes out. When showroom visits begin, we’ll let you know right away. If there’s anything learn from Ward Village’s® sales history, it is that the early bird gets the best worm. So, let us arm you with the best and fastest information. We look forward to helping you. 
 
4211 Waialae Ave #4090, Honolulu, HI 96816
+1 (808) 255-2400

Sign Up Here

Early Registration Has Measurable Benefits

Buying from a developer has its pros & cons, which is why Howard Hughes Corporation wants you working with a buyer’s agent. You’ll want an agent outside the Victoria Place sales team looking out for you. Registering Portfolio as your representative is smart. We’ve been advocating for people like you, people buying in new developments, decades before the rise of the first tower in Ward Village®. Our insights and knowledge will prove invaluable assets as you choose your floor, floor plan, and finishes.   

Victoria Place Registration Form

What would you like to do (select all that apply)

OPTIONAL - How much space are you seeking?

OPTIONAL - In which price range(s) are you looking?

15 + 13 =

Please know, registering with a buyer’s agent obligates you to nothing. No contract, express or implied, is formed. It just lets us know that you are interested and want all of the information as it comes out. When showroom visits begin, we’ll let you know right away, because if there’s anything to learn from Ward Village’s® sales history, it is that the early bird gets the best worm. So, let us arm you with the best and fastest information. We look forward to helping you. 
 
4211 Waialae Ave #4090, Honolulu, HI 96816
+1 (808) 255-2400
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