The South Shore Market at Ward Village is Bringing the Community Together

The South Shore Market, located right in the heart of Ward Village in Kakaako, is a community gathering place. Residents can often be spotted in the market working on their laptops, enjoying tea and coffee, shopping at many of the local stores, and enjoying lunch or dinner in the restaurants. The South Shore Market is located at 1170 Auahi St, Honolulu, HI 96814 right next to all the new condo buildings that are part of the Ward Village development. With the growth of this beautiful community, the South Shore Market and the nearby stores and restaurants will only get more and more vibrant with activity.

South Shore Market

The South Shore Market is home to one of the living walls around Honolulu. With all the natural beauty of Hawaii, bringing living walls indoors is a great way to add nature to any space.


The South Shore Market offers local shopping with a variety of items for visitors.

South Shore Market

Clothing, jewelry, and gifts are throughout the entire market. Many of these items are unique and are locally sourced.

South Shore Market

Finding snacks, drinks, or food items at the South Shore Market is easy. Since the market is located across the street from a few Kakaako condo buildings, having this market close by is definitely an advantage for the residents.

South Shore Market


Ward Village has many dining options, with new restaurants coming to the neighborhood on regular basis. The South Shore Market at Ward Village has some of these food options available to the neighborhood residents. Whether it’s a morning coffee or a late evening dinner, the choices are yummy!

South Shore Market

If you live in any of the Kakaako condos that surround the South Shore Market, food options are abundant. Stop in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You won’t be disappointed!


Enjoy a few hours in the Kolowalu Park that’s across the street, and stop in for refreshing ice cream.

ice cream shop

South Shore Market is also the site of New Wave Fridays where Kakaako and Ward Village residents gather on selected Fridays to eat, shop, and have fun.

Food Stand


Healthy living is part of Hawaii. Having a beach, the ocean, or a fitness facility nearby is always a desirable feature for any neighborhood. Core Power Yoga is at the South Shore Market and is a popular choice for residents living nearby.


And More…

While the South Shore Market offers a range of shopping options and services, the Ward Village experience has even more to offer. Adjacent to the market are larger, national brand stores and additional restaurants.

Ward Village

TJ Maxx, Nordstrom Rack, and Pier 1 are just three of the big box chain stores. Bed Bath and Beyond, as well as additional shopping and dining options, are located across the street at the Ward Village Shops, making the shopping experience even more enjoyable and easy for the area residents.


Live in Kakaako and Ward Village

Ward Village is a 60-acre master planned Howard Hughes development within Honolulu’s Kakaako neighborhood.  The area is attracting local, national, and international residents, single family homeowners who are looking for a more convenient condo lifestyle, and luxury buyers who are in search of the best properties and locations all over the world. Ward Village is an amazing community in the making. With the Ala Moana Beach Park close by, Ala Moana Shopping Center just a short distance away, and the amazing Hawaii year-round climate, Ward Village is a beautiful place to call home.

Learn more about the Ward Village and some of the popular adjacent condo buildings:

For information on purchasing a residence at Ward Village or any of the nearby condo buildings, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Comments (0) Show CommentsHide Comments (Remember)

Cool. Add your comment...

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave your opinion here. Please be nice. Your Email address will be kept private, this form is secure and we never spam you.

More Articles from Hawaii Life