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Public input sought for Ward Village elevated walkways over main streets

  • COURTESY HOWARD HUGHES CORP.

    Above, the view toward Kewalo Basin Harbor.

  • DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Kahu Kordell Kekoa, left, led a blessing Tuesday and asked Simon Treacy, president of Hawaii operations for Howard Hughes Corp., and Bob Harrison, chairman and CEO of event sponsor First Hawaiian Bank, to press their thumbs-up together at a business luncheon in Waikiki.

  • COURTESY HOWARD HUGHES CORP.

    A 3-acre central public plaza is part of the development plan for Ward Village, which includes residential towers and retail space covering 60 acres. A 1.5-acre piece of the plaza is slated to open in January. On the left side of Auahi Street, which bisects the two pieces of the plaza, will be named Victoria Ward Park.

Ward Village’s developer is seeking public input on the design of elevated walkways that would connect a central plaza in the neighborhood to a planned rail station, Ala Moana Beach Park and future condominium towers. Read more

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