Victoria Place is Howard Hughes' seventh tower in Ward Village, Kakaako - a 60-acre master planned community located in the urban core of Honolulu. This 400 foot front row Ultra-Luxury building will have a 64,105 sq ft recreation deck and is designed by Chicago-based firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz who also designed Anaha and Aalii at Ward Village. Victoria Place replaces the once slated Gateway Towers designed by Architect Richard Meyer which would have been a twin tower building next to Waiea along Ala Moana Blvd. One unique feature is that Victoria Place currently does not plan to have any commercial retail like Ward Village's last 6 buildings. The building pays homage to Victoria Ward's legacy in who at one point owned approximately 100 acres stretching from Thomas Square to the ocean in 1870. It was thanks to her and the Ward Family/Victoria Ward Ltd who made this master planned community possible. The tower is expected to start sales at the end of the year/beginning of 2020.
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Victoria place will feature 350 luxury residential units and will be comprised of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units according to the sewer application filed with the City and County of Honolulu. There will also be several variations of Penthouses which will be available but no further details have been released at this point in time. Stay tuned for more information!
Reserved Housing/Affordable Units: None
Market Units: 350 Residences
Total Units: 350
Prices: Coming Soon. Register to be kept up to date
Maintenance Fee: TBD (Coming Soon). It is safe to assume that the maintenance fee for Victoria Place will be similar to the other front and second row buildings making it start somewhere above the $1 per interior sq. ft. mark.
Anaha will be located at 1100 Ala Moana Blvd and will be located between Waiea and the front portion of Victoria Ward Park. Victoria Place is a front-row Ward Village building and is considered an Ultra-Luxury tower in Ward Village. This building replaces the Gateway Tower (twin tower front row building that was supposed to be built next to Waiea).