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Two Howard Hughes Mixed Use Towers Moving Forward in Honolulu

An important milestone for The Howard Hughes Corporation was reached yesterday when the landowner and developer received unanimous approval from the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA) for two mixed-use towers on Land Blocks 2 and 3 at Ward Village. Slated to become a dynamic master planned community offering a vibrant urban lifestyle in the heart of Kaka'ako, Ward Village will incorporate more than 4,000 residential units and over one million square feet of retail and commercial space. Phase One - projected for completion in 2016 - includes the development of a new sales and information center in the iconic IBM building to pay tribute to the history of the land and to showcase the Ward Village experience to the community and its future residents.
Symphony Honolulu

Sales Start Strong at 45-Story Residential High-Rise ‘Symphony Honolulu’

OliverMcMillan, a real estate development firm known for creating artistic, enduring, city street-oriented destinations, announced today that approximately 70% of the available residences were sold within the first two days of sales at its newest luxury mixed-use development, Symphony Honolulu. The project is located at the corner of Ward Avenue and Kapiolani Boulevard, at 888 Kapiolani Boulevard. Designed on 3.35 acres, Symphony Honolulu is a 45-story residential high-rise offering 388 condominium residences, a luxury auto galleria, expansive recreation deck, fashion boutiques and restaurants.