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Bids to develop two Kewalo sites are accepted

  • COURTESY KEWALO WATERFRONT PARTNERS
    Renderings show a vision for a retail, dining and wedding complex next to Kewalo Basin small-boat harbor, including a 250-stall parking garage, proposed by a partnership of three Japa­nese companies doing business as Kewalo Waterfront Partners. Their proposal will face competition from at least one other developer — and maybe more — interested in leasing the 2.1-acre site from the state.
  • COURTESY HOWARD HUGHES CORP.
    Developer Howard Hughes Corp. is formulating its own ideas about what to do with state-owned land up for lease at Kewalo Basin small-boat harbor. The company held community vision meetings, above, that helped produce a rough sketch, at top, showing part of a commercial fishing village complex on a 2.1-acre site.
  • COURTESY HOWARD HUGHES CORP.
    Developer Howard Hughes Corp. is formulating its own ideas about what to do with state-owned land up for lease at Kewalo Basin small-boat harbor. The company held community vision meetings, above, that helped produce a rough sketch, at top, showing part of a commercial fishing village complex on a 2.1-acre site.
  • COURTESY KEWALO WATERFRONT PARTNERS
    Renderings show a vision for a retail, dining and wedding complex next to Kewalo Basin small-boat harbor, including a 250-stall parking garage, proposed by a partnership of three Japa­nese companies doing business as Kewalo Waterfront Partners. Their proposal will face competition from at least one other developer — and maybe more — interested in leasing the 2.1-acre site from the state.

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