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1100 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814





  • Estimated completion: 1st Quarter 2024

  • Tower Design by Architect Ben Wrigley

  • Interior Design by Adam Tihany

  • Landscape Architecture by Don Vita, landscape architect for the Kuki`o on the Big island

  • 40 stories tall

  • 4-level parking podium

  • 350 residences comprised of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units

  • Two levels of private club-style amenities

  • On-site resident manager and 24-hour building security

  • 15,590 ft² of open space at the ground level

  • 64,105 ft² of recreational space

  • Howard Hughes Corporation’s 7th tower in Ward Village.

  • Located at 1100 Ala Moana Blvd., between Waiea and Victoria Ward Park, the ground floor of this design-forward tower will integrate seamlessly with the park’s green space while fostering a connection to the waterfront at Kewalo Harbor.

Victoria Place sits on the block formerly planned for Gateway Towers adjacent to Victoria Ward Park and Kewalo Harbor. Its location and orientation were carefully considered to preserve mauka-to-makai views, and to integrate with the landscapes and walkable community coming to life at Ward Village.

Victoria Place pays homage to Victoria Ward — who, with her husband, Curtis Ward — bought 100 acres stretching from Thomas Square to the ocean in 1870. In recognizing the cultural significance of its setting and history, Victoria Place provides a foundation where those who choose it as their home can take pride and comfort knowing that they reside in a place rooted in culture, which respects and honors the past, and contributes to the growth and future of Ward Village.


  • Ceiling height: 9-foot ceilings, top three floors have 10-foot ceilings

  • Kitchen: Wolf and Subzero appliances

  • Juliet balconies

  • Maintenance: $1.25 per square foot

  • Model units currently in construction

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10 units per floor comprised of 4 one-bedroom units, 4 two-bedroom units, and 2 three-bedroom units

  • 137 one-bedrooms

  • 146 two-bedrooms

  • 66 three-bedrooms



Victoria Place will seamlessly integrate with the Victoria Ward Park space and contain approximately 15,590 ft² of ground-level open space and 64,105 ft² of recreational area comprised of approximately 48,055 ft² of outdoor space and approximately 16,050 ft² of interior space.

Amenities at Victoria Place will be uniquely distributed across 2 amenities decks - the Sunset Lanai and the Sunrise Lanai, both on level 5. The Sunrise Lanai, on the Diamond Head side, has a focus on health and wellness with fitness facilities, a lap pool, and gracious lawns and gathering spaces suitable for group exercise activities.

The Sunset Lanai, facing ‘Ewa and overlooking the park, is focused on gathering, relaxing, and entertaining with several dining facilities, a great lawn, a recreational pool, and a strong visual connection to harbor and sunset vistas.

Across both levels, anticipated amenities will include lobby and 24-hour reception desk, 3 swimming pools, fitness facility, BBQ cabanas, gathering and entertaining spaces, Palm Garden, Lauhala Pool House, wine room and private lockers, theater, chef’s table and kitchen, private dining room, fitness center, Men’s and Women’s Spa, 3 guest suites, beach access, and much more!

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  • Located conveniently adjacent to Victoria Ward Park

  • Directly across the street from Kewalo Harbor and one block from Ala Moana Beach Park

  • Located two blocks from Whole Foods Market Queen, the largest Whole Foods on the island

  • Across the street from the Ward Entertainment Center, a 16-plex theater

  • Situated in Honolulu’s most conveniently located coastal community, Ward Village -a 60-acre planned community and the only LEED-ND Platinum neighborhood in Hawaii

  • 135 diverse shops, boutiques, and restaurants nearby

  • 24-hour privately patrolled neighborhood



Named “Best Planned Community” by Architectural Digest, Ward Village offers residents and visitors all the charm and luxuries of a neighborhood designed with care and vision.


From fine dining to casual eats, neighborhood art to yoga in the park, farmer’s markets to Hawai‘i’s flagship Whole Foods Market, this is simply a better way to live.


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