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Plan would raze King's Village in Waikiki

The proposal by the retail complex's owners includes more than $1 million for projects in the community

By Allison Schaefers

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 10, 2014

~~<p>The local development partnership that owns King's Village has pledged more than $1 million in community spending in exchange for permission from the city to build a condominium hotel tower that exceeds Waikiki's height and density requirements.</p>
<p>Members of the partnership between BlackSand Capital LLC, Kobayashi Group and The MacNaughton Group told the Waikiki Neighborhood Board on Tuesday that they plan to construct a multilevel tower with heights ranging from the current 240-foot height limit to a soaring 350 feet. King's Village, a retail complex in Waikiki designed to resemble Honolulu around 1900, along with Prince Edward Apartments and Hale Waikiki would be razed to make way for the project's 256-unit condominium hotel, parking deck, retail and office center, and a small park.</p>
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The local development partnership that owns King's Village has pledged more than $1 million in community spending in exchange for permission from the city to build a condominium hotel tower that exceeds Waikiki's height and density requirements.

Members of the partnership between BlackSand Capital LLC, Kobayashi Group and The MacNaughton Group told the Waikiki Neighborhood Board on Tuesday that they plan to construct a multilevel tower with heights ranging from the current 240-foot height limit to a soaring 350 feet. King's Village, a retail complex in Waikiki designed to resemble Honolulu around 1900, along with Prince Edward Apartments and Hale Waikiki would be razed to make way for the project's 256-unit condominium hotel, parking deck, retail and office center, and a small park. Login for more...



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