New at Ward Village — ‘A’ali’i: Smart Living of the Future, Here Today!

Exciting news from Kaka‘ako, Honolulu’s emerging hub for live, work and play! The sixth Ward Village development will soon commence sales, according to developer Howard Hughes Corporation. ‘A‘ali‘i is located at 987 Queen Street, next to the A‘eo development, Whole Foods Market and the future rail station, ‘A‘ali‘i is based on a design and living concept which revolutionizes urban living. Floorplans are compact and use smart design to make efficient and dynamic use of space; this complements the vibrant and active lifestyle it’s expected ‘A‘ali‘i residents will enjoy. You will never run out of things to eat, places to shop, outdoor and cultural activities, or entertainment as a resident of Ward Village!

There will be 751 residences, 150 of which will be reserved housing. Units will be comprised of studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom residences which will range from 276 square-foot studios to 837 square-foot two-bedroom units.

Architectural Digest recently called Ward Villages “America’s Best-Planned Community” (May 2017). Designed by renowned architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (designers of the iconic Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York City), in partnership with award-winning local firm Ferraro Choi Inc., ‘A’ali’i will be a vibrant blend of sophisticated design, sustainability and a strong sense of place.

Named for an indigenous shrub known for its beauty and strength – it is very resistant to wind— which it gains from growing in clusters, the developers envision ‘A‘ali‘i and its neighboring communities forming a place where kama’aina can blossom and thrive together.

A‘ali‘i Amenities

*Smart spaces: Opportunities for modern, modular furniture like murphy beds and foldout tables will create dynamic, flexible spaces.

*Pet lovers rejoice! This pet-friendly condo will have a first floor dog park spanning 1,900 square feet.

*There will be a 30,000 square foot amenity deck on the 8th floor with BBQ pavilions, private rooms and other gathering spaces, a kids play area, kids pool and entertainment area.

*Keep up your favorite physical activities without leaving home with a Lanai 42, a large rooftop activity deck on the 42nd floor which will feature a terrace, pool table, ocean viewing lounge areas, a fitness center and yoga room.

*Boost your car-less lifestyle! Bike parking provided on the first floor.

*Storage units available for purchase located throughout the parking levels.

The community

Ward Village is within walking and biking distance of movie theaters, Ala Moana Beach, Auahi Street Promenade, Whole Foods, a four-acre park, dozens of restaurants, and many free cultural and entertainment activities for community members. Track and plan everything on the exclusive mobile app, which you can also use to reserve ‘A‘a’li‘i’s amenities!

Learn more

Don’t miss this opportunity! Put my O’ahu real estate experience to work for you.

For more details about ‘A‘ali‘i, please  contact me for more information.

Cathy Possedi, REALTOR(B) CRS, SRS, SFR, MRP



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June 21, 2017

How can this be a “Best Planned Community” when it further erodes the coastline, ensnares people to the lethargic lifestyle of mindless consumerism, encourages overpopulation of an already overpopulated island, and further displaces more of our indigenous host culture by selling useless, ugly, uninspired boxes in the sky? These projects incentivize lawmakers under the table and get a handful of locals onboard and tout them as proof of majority island support. But those who really love Hawai’i and want to protect her from becoming just another mainland metropolis see projects like these and the recent rampant development, particularly those done foreign developers Hughes and DR Horton, for what they are: just plain greedy.

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