An entirely new level of luxury in Hawai‘i, the planned Waiea represents the pinnacle of high-end living on Ala Moana Boulevard. With its sweeping, unparalleled glass façade and spacious view-oriented interiors, this 36-floor tower represents a level of architectural sophistication never before available in Hawai‘i.
The flagship building of Honolulu’s most distinguished urban neighborhood, Ward Village, and designed by awardwinning Vancouver-based architect James K. M. Cheng in collaboration with Rob Iopa and WCIT Architecture, Waiea will be Honolulu’s most luxurious address.
Waiea enjoys spectacular views of the Pacific, Waikiki and iconic Diamond Head.
Composed of only 171 residences, including 10 townhomes, 10 penthouses, and one breathtaking grand penthouse, Waiea offers the largest and most sophisticated residences planned to be in Hawai‘i, not to mention the most stunning island and ocean views.
A one-bedroom unit in Waiea, located at 1118 Ala Moana Blvd., across from the Ward Entertainment Center, starts at more than $1 million, with a two-bedroom unit going for between more than $1 million to more than $4 million, and three-bedrooms priced from more than $2 million to $7 million range.
Penthouses in Waiea range from $4 million to $20 million with villas ranging from more than $4 million to $5 million.
- 171 RESIDENCES OF EXCEPTIONAL SCALE AND LUXURY
- VILLAS WITH PRIVATE GARAGES, PRIVATE GARDENS AND SWIMMING POOLS
- SPECTACULAR PENTHOUSES
• Deluxe fitness center with yoga room and active fitness room
• Resort-style locker rooms with steam, sauna, treatment rooms
• Private theater / performance room
• Private dining rooms with catering and chef’s kitchen
• Victoria Ward Library
• Howard Hughes Bar
• Quiet lounges
• Indoor golf simulator outdoor amenities
• Infinity-edged ocean-view pool & hot tub
• Private poolside cabanas
• Outdoor dining at private barbecue pavilions
• Outdoor event lawn with bar and barbecue
• Children’s play area with water feature
• Dog park
Howard Hughes Corp. In The News
- Hawaii agency board to make final decision on Howard Hughes residential project in June The Howard Hughes Corp. is not quite sure what its next step would be after a Hawaii agency unanimously struck down its request to move ahead with its previously approved ...
- Howard Hughes Corp. to start work this fall on Kewalo Basin Harbor redevelopment in Honolulu The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to start construction this fall on its multimillion-dollar redevelopment of Kewalo Basin Harbor between Downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, according to the state agency regulating development ...
- Hughes AE’O at 1001 Queen St. AEʻO AT 1001 QUEEN Coming to Ward Village Summer 2015 Your Opportunity to Live in Honolulu’s Vibrant New Community Starting from the Low $400k’s – According the permit application submitted to the ...
- Half of units in Howard Hughes’ luxury Honolulu towers sold to Hawaii residents More than half of the buyers in The Howard Hughes Corp.’s first two luxury condominium towers in Honolulu are from Hawaii, with the remaining buyers from Japan, Canada, China, Korea, ...
- Moving ForWard March Newsletter Today Howard Hughes Corp announced our revised plans for the 988 Halekauwila project that, if approved by the Hawai‘i Community Development Authority (HCDA), would provide more affordable rentals to residents in ...
- Howard Hughes Corp. says Honolulu luxury towers three-quarters sold The Howard Hughes Corp. said Monday that 88 percent and 78 percent of the units in its two luxury condominiums in Kakaako — 171-unit Waiea and 311-unit Anaha — werre ...