Some of Ward Village's current tenants will have a new home soon! Duane Shimogawa of Pacific Business News reports that the Howard Hughes Corp. is planning to redevelop the space next to T.J. Maxx to house current Ward Warehouse tenants, as well as to bring in new restaurants and retail. More information in the story below:
The Howard Hughes Corp. is developing the space below T.J. Maxx at Ward Village in Honolulu that will include a mix of retail and restaurant tenants, with some establishments moving over from Ward Warehouse, an executive with the Texas-based developer confirmed to PBN this week.
The South Shore Market project will include both indoor and outdoor seating, with the outdoor portion opening up toward a nearby park.
The Howard Hughes Corp. is developing the space below T.J. Maxx at Ward Village in Honolulu that will include a mix of retail and restaurant tenants.
Some food and beverage and retail tenants from Ward Warehouse, which eventually will be developed into a high-rise luxury condominium project, are expected to open at South Shore Market, as well as other new tenants.
Todd Apo, vice president of community development at Howard Hughes, declined to specify which tenants will be moving into the new space. No time frame for the development had been set.
Howard Hughes was recently issued a $2.5 million building permit for a “Village Market” project at Suite No. 100 at 1170 Auahi St., according to public records from the City and County of Honolulu Department of Planning and Permitting.
In addition to T.J. Maxx, the Ward Village Shops, at the corner of Kamakee and Auahi streets, includes Nordstrom Rack, Pier 1 Imports and CorePower Yoga. Honolulu-based Gateside Inc. is listed as the general contractor for Ward Village Shops.