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Victoria Place at Ward Village Overview
Victoria Place is a planned ultra luxury high-rise condo tower in Howard Hughes Corp.’s Ward Village in the popular Kaka’ako neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Victoria Place is expected to include 350 residential units, 15,590 square feet of open space at the ground level, and 64,105 square feet of recreational space.
The unit mix would include 137 one-bedroom units, 146 two-bedroom units and 77 three-bedroom units, according to the sewer application filed with the City and County of Honolulu.
Amenities to include 5th floor amenity deck with lap pool (3 rows), plunge pool with hot tub. His and her spa. Fitness. BBQ. Large lawn. Yoga.
Ground level behind lobby to include 2 conference rooms and behind that full kitchen with outdoor play area and plunge pool (like a luxury single-family home outdoor space/yard) which can be booked.
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Victoria Place in the News
Pacific Business News: Howard Hughes gets OK for 7th Honolulu tower, Victoria Place
The Hawaii Community Development Authority has approved a planned development permit for Victoria Place, The Howard Hughes Corp.’s seventh tower in Honolulu that will add 350 luxury condominium units next door to Waiea. Read the full article.
The Howard Hughes Corp. has released plans for its seventh Hawaii tower — a 400-foot luxury condominium building whose name pays homage to the original owner of the 60-acre master-planned community Ward Village.
Victoria Place will be located at 1100 Ala Moana Blvd., between Waiea and Victoria Ward Park, according to an application filed with the Hawaii Community Development Authority, which oversees development in Kaka’ako.
Victoria Place will have 350 residential units, 15,590 square feet of open space at the ground level, and 64,105 square feet of recreational space. The unit mix would include 137 one-bedroom units, 146 two-bedroom units and 77 three-bedroom units, according to the sewer application filed with the City and County of Honolulu.
Unlike the first six towers completed or under construction — Waiea, Anaha, Aeo, Ke Kilohana, Aalii and Koula, which broke ground two weeks ago — there is no retail or commercial space planned for Victoria Place. Instead, the focus of the ground floor will be the integration of the Victoria Ward park, keeping the makai section of park a more tranquil, relaxing atmosphere.
“As featured in our announcement last year, our plan for the former Ward Warehouse location now reflects greater public amenities, more open green space, and an increased connection to the waterfront,” the company said in a statement. “Victoria Ward’s legacy continues to serve as our biggest inspiration as we transform Ward Village into a world-class destination that showcases the beauty and culture of our island.”
Victoria Place has not yet been approved by HCDA. HCDA has scheduled a presentation hearing on the project for Sept. 4, with a decision-making hearing scheduled for Oct. 2.
Read the entire article at “Howard Hughes Corp. names 7th Hawaii tower for Victoria Ward”, Pacific Business News, July 23, 2019
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Tracy Yamato (RA) CRS and Hawaii Living LLC DO NOT represent the Developer/Seller but are Buyer’s Agents with respect to any sale in Victoria Place.
As a Buyer’s Agent, Tracy will look after after YOUR BEST INTERESTS. Tracy is a dedicated full-time Realtor with over 25-years of experience in Hawaii real estate, specializing in new condominium developments in Honolulu.
He most recently served as the Sales Manager for Keola La’i, a new 352 unit condominium in Kaka’ako (2008). He also was a member of the Sales Teams for One Archer Lane (1998), Lanikea at Waikiki (2005), Moana Pacific (2007) and The Cove Waikiki (2014).