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Ala Moana Center’s owner seeks 400-foot building height limit

  • JAMM AQUINO / 2017
                                An official with Ala Moana Center’s owner said one byproduct of the current height limit has been the ultra-luxury condominiums on the property that include ONE Ala Moana and Park Lane, above, developed in deals by the center’s previous owner.

    JAMM AQUINO / 2017

    An official with Ala Moana Center’s owner said one byproduct of the current height limit has been the ultra-luxury condominiums on the property that include ONE Ala Moana and Park Lane, above, developed in deals by the center’s previous owner.

  • BRUCE ASATO / 2015
                                The Canada-based real estate investment and development firm that acquired Ala Moana Center’s majority owner last year plans to ask the Honolulu City Council to increase height and density limits for the property under transit-oriented-development rules. Current zoning allows buildings at the mall up to 100 feet, or about 10 stories.

    BRUCE ASATO / 2015

    The Canada-based real estate investment and development firm that acquired Ala Moana Center’s majority owner last year plans to ask the Honolulu City Council to increase height and density limits for the property under transit-oriented-development rules. Current zoning allows buildings at the mall up to 100 feet, or about 10 stories.

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