Extraordinary Places

Strategic Partnerships, Residential, Condos, Retail, MPC, Mixed-Use


Ward Village is a 60-acre coastal master planned community in the heart of Honolulu, located between downtown and Waikīkī in the Kaka'ako district. Honoring the distinct history of its land, Ward Village is at the forefront of sustainable community development, integrating significant architecture, local culture, and public space. New tree-lined sidewalks and bike lanes provide access to an over 100-acre public beach park, as well as the recently revitalized Kewalo Harbor. Since beginning sales in 2014, Ward Village has sold or contracted to sell more than 1,900 homes. At full build-out, Ward Village will introduce approximately one million square feet of unique retail experiences and more than 4,500 homes to the community that was recently named “Master Planned Community of the Year” by the National Association of Home Builders and "Best Planned Community in the United States” by Architectural Digest.


Resulting from strong demand for new housing in Honolulu and the desire for an urban walkable lifestyle, Ward Village is quickly approaching the sellout of its five mixed-use residential towers that are either delivered or under construction—Waiea®, Anaha®, Ae‘o®, Ke Kilohana, and ‘A’ali’i—which are transforming the popular shopping and dining district into a vibrant neighborhood that offers ocean views and a thoughtfully curated mix of retail experiences set among walkable, open spaces. On the heels of a successful sales launch for `A`ali`i, the first turnkey living solution in Hawai‘i, Ward Village announced plans for Kō‘ula, designed by acclaimed architect Jeanne Gang. A‘ali‘i and Kō‘ula—along with the recently launched residential tower Victoria Place—will continue to expand the selection of new homes at Ward Village and sit at the top of the Victoria Ward Park central plaza, which serves as a key public gathering and activation space for the community.

Art and culture play an integral role at Ward Village, with public art highlighted throughout the neighborhood, including large-scale wall murals, sculptures and locally inspired exhibits. Home of the inaugural Honolulu Biennial in 2017, Ward Village acted again as the hub of the festival when The Howard Hughes Corporation serves as the co-title sponsor in 2019.

As the largest LEED‐ND Platinum certified master plan development in the country and the only one in Hawai‘i, Ward Village is at the forefront of sustainable community development and will feature public amenities at a scale not offered by any other urban development in the state.