Ward Village - Where Urban Life And Island Lifestyles Mix | Urban Core Community
Ward Village brings a unique mix of city and island lifestyles together in this urban community. Named “Best Planned Community” by Architectural Digest, the people that live here love expressing how much they love it. Victoria Ward Park shows this, with concerts, live Hawaiian music, yoga in the park, and a farmer’s market among the free community events hosted.
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The housing in Ward Village is primarily high-rise residential condominium towers with loaded amenity decks, offering sunset views, pools, workout areas, and more.
A Residential Condo Tower that is part of Ward Village in the Kaka'ako area.View Tower Page
A Residential Condo Tower that is part of Ward Village in the Kaka'ako area of Honolulu, Hawaii.View Tower Page
Kalae is a new residential front-row tower in the planning stages of development, to be located in the Ward Village neighborhood of Kaka'ako. It is expected to have a focus on luxury due to its front-row positioning.View Tower Page
Ko'ula is a luxury condo tower currently under development in Ward Village, bringing luxurious amenities to a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood in HonoluluView Tower Page
The Park On Ward is a new residential condo tower in the planning stages of development, to be located in the Ward Village. It is intended to play an anchoring role as the 'town square' of the neighborhood.View Tower Page
Ulana is a new residential condo tower in the planning stages of development, to be located in the Ward Village neighborhood of Honolulu. It is expected to be focused on reserved housing units.View Tower Page
Victoria Place is a luxury condo tower being developed on the front-row in Ward Village, granting many of its residents unobstructed ocean views.View Tower Page
Ward Village is an urban core community built from the ground up to be pedestrian friendly, ensuring residents stay healthy and active. It sits on the southern shore of Oahu, between Downtown Honolulu and Ala Moana. This 60-acre development is composed of shopping centers, boutique restaurants, shops, residential towers, and open green spaces.
The price for a residential unit in one of these towers can range from $500,000 for a studio to well over $10,000,000 for penthouse units. With so many units, it’s impossible to list them all here.
Featuring three distinct shopping districts, Ward Village is a master-planned community with over 130 stores, 40 restaurants and eateries, and a 16-screen movie theater. The pedestrian-friendly community includes five shopping malls and hundreds of condos spread across 60 acres in Honolulu.
Keep reading to learn more about the boutiques, shops, and restaurants locals enjoy in Ward Village.
The Diamond Head side of Ward Village features two shopping malls and dozens of retailers and restaurants.
Specializing in charming clothing and accessories for babies and children, Hopscotch is a local favorite for young parents. You'll find a wide variety of handmade items and local brands, all offered under one roof.
With a delicious menu focused on healthy foods and fresh juices, Nalu Health Bar & Cafe is the perfect place to pause and refuel during a day of shopping. Try a sandwich, wrap, or açaí bowl, or grab a juice or coffee to go.
Mahina is an on-trend women's boutique with a curated collection of island-focused, fashion-forward designs. Think breezy, resort-style staples that will make you feel like you're on an elegant vacation.
If you are one of the many people who work remotely or run your own business, BoxJelly may be the perfect place for you. As Hawai'i's first co-working space, they offer monthly memberships as well as meeting space for non-members. With an emphasis on community, BoxJelly offers much more than temporary meeting space.
Serving up classic dishes from recipes that have been in the family over 60 years, Kamitoku Ramen is a local favorite and a must-try.
Centrally located in Ward Village, Kamake'e Corridor features a movie theater, Whole Foods Market, and dozens of chic boutiques and restaurants to enjoy.
This award-winning Korean barbecue restaurant is one you will never forget. Using only the finest Japanese Wagyu beef, Han No Daidokoro has a devoted patron across the globe just waiting to dine with them again.
Serving espresso drinks made from beans grown and roasted in Hawai'i, Island Brew Coffeehouse will become a favorite place to meet a friend of grab coffee on your way to work.
Chef Peter Merriman is credited with pioneering the farm-to-table cuisine movement in Hawai'i over 30 years ago. Dine at his restaurant and enjoy innovative, fresh dishes from the world-famous chef's imagination.
Home to the beloved Kaka‘ako Farmer's Market, West Village includes the area surrounding Ward Avenue and includes casual restaurants, gourmet eateries, home furnishing stores, and essential retailers.
To find original, one-of-a-kind furniture and design pieces from South East Asia, Bali Aga is the place to be. With an elegant, curated collection of designs, you might have trouble choosing just one item to bring home.
Local, unprocessed honey is offered at Hawaiian Rainbow Bees. The family-owned and operated business sources honey from over 1,500 hives located on the islands. Their bestsellers include lehua honey, macadamia nut honey, rainbow blossom honey and a special hot sauce with Hawaiian honey, all sold in their signature tiki bottles.
Every Saturday morning from 8:00 to 12:00, the Kaka‘ako Farmers Market takes place in Ward Village. Local vendors offer fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables sourced from Hawai‘ian farms, as well as various food stands, special crafts, coffee, flowers, and more. It's the perfect place to grab a fresh-squeezed juice or a local coffee and wander with a friend. Enjoy the best produce in the world and meet your neighbors while you're at it!
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