Manaolana Place

October 11, 2016 Comments Off on City Approves $700M MXU, Hawaii’s First TOD Project Views: 1211 California News, Hawaii, National News, West

City Approves $700M MXU, Hawaii’s First TOD Project

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The Honolulu City Council approved a $700 million, 36-story mixed-use tower to be developed by Salem Partners LLC of Los Angeles. Dubbed Mana’olana Place, the development is the first approved project in the newly adopted Ala Moana transit-oriented district. It also represents the state of Hawaii’s first TOD.

The tower’s 505,000 square feet, situated across from the convention center, will include a 125-key hotel, 109 condominium units, approximately 12,500 square feet of retail and restaurants, and a public plaza and gardens. Construction is planned to start next year, with a completion date anticipated for 2020.

Hart Howerton is spearheading landscape design, with Dianna Wong handling the interior design.

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