Renderings for The Howard Hughes Corporation's newest development, Ulana, have been released. Ulana will be the company's ninth development in Ward Village. The project will feature 697 reserved housing units.
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The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) released Friday new renderings for Ulana, its planned ninth mixed-use development in Ward Village.
Ulana, planned for the Ewa side of Ward Avenue, is to have about 697 reserved housing units of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom varieties.
Ulana's development includes the adjacent 30,000-square-foot Ka Lai o Kukuluaeo Park.That's to go with 6,916 square feet of commercial space and 34,510 square feet of light industrial space facing Pohukaina Street, PBN previously reported.
Ground-level amenities are to include the Ulana Lawn, a keiki play area, a barbecue area and indoor-outdoor gathering spaces.
“We are excited to advance quality homes for kamaaina in our vibrant and growing neighborhood,” said Kaʻiulani Sodaro, senior vice president of planning and development at Ward Village, in a statement. “For the benefit of our community, we accelerated plans to bring these homes to market and front-load reserved housing in Ward Village as a major commitment to our long-term investment in Honolulu.”
The design team for Ulana includes architecture by AHL, interiors by InForm Design and landscape design by PBR Hawaii.
Howard Hughes Corp. released renderings of its eighth development, The Park Ward Village, in late July.
PBN reported in May that The Park Ward Village has an estimated price tag of $620 million, according to Pacific Resource Partnership, while Ulana is estimated at $409 million.