Whole Foods Market is Coming to Ward Village in Kakaako – Honolulu, HI
The opening day of the much anticipated Whole Foods Market in Kakaako is just around the corner. The centrally located Whole Foods store will not only be the largest on Oahu, but will be part of the amazing Ward Village master planned community. Two other current locations include a store in Kailua, and the Kahala store in Honolulu. Whole Foods specializes in natural, organic foods and sustainable agriculture. Markets provide a wide range of products ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables, packaged items, and meat, to ready-to-eat deli items. Whole Foods offers a one-stop shopping experience that many have grown to love here in Honolulu and all across the US.
Whole Foods Market at the AE’O at Ward Village.
The new Whole Foods store in Kakaako is located in the new AE’O condo building that is scheduled to be completed mid-2018. The completion of AE’O will follow a few months later.
The population around the new Whole Foods is rapidly growing. Honolulu and international buyers are drawn to the urban core of the city that offers world-class shopping at the Ala Moana Center, easy access to an assortment of restaurants, and easy beach access at Ala Moana Beach Park. Ward Village is experiencing spectacular success with the new condo towers that currently include the Waiea, Anaha, soon to be completed AE’O, and pre-sales of Gateway Towers and ‘A’ali’i. All 5 of these condo buildings will be within a block of the new Whole Foods in Kakaako.
Whole Foods sign going up on the Kakaako store located at the new AE’O building.
Big brand stores, like Nordstrom Rack, Target, Saks Off 5th, in addition to all the stores at Ala Moana Center, are recognizing the trend of the population moving into the city. Typically located in the suburbs, the big brands are recognizing the trend, and have moved into the urban core as well. Today’s buyers and residents seek convenience, social gathering spots, and minimal drive times.
The opening of Whole Foods in Kakaako is a much-anticipated event. The urban core of Honolulu keeps getting better and better!