Like huge jigsaw pieces in the redevelopment puzzle that is Kakaako, projects are plunking down and an overall picture is, slowly but steadily, materializing.
One of the newest pieces is green and public, a needed complement to the gleaming high-rises that have sprung up recently. Master-plan developer Howard Hughes Corp. has replaced the Marukai store ewa of the Ward theaters with a 1.5-acre patch of public space, to be dubbed Victoria Ward Park when it opens in January. The park itself will be part of a 3-acre public plaza in the heart of Howard Hughes’ new neighborhood of 16 residential towers and 1 million square feet of retail space. Said exec Simon Treacy this week: “This will become the new…
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