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Aloha Stadium redevelopment suffers from muddled leadership

  • JAMM AQUINO / 2021
                                A bronze bust of former Hawaii Gov. John A. Burns fronts Aloha Stadium in Halawa.

    JAMM AQUINO / 2021

    A bronze bust of former Hawaii Gov. John A. Burns fronts Aloha Stadium in Halawa.

  • COURTESY CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS
                                Several “conceptual” visions of what a new Aloha Stadium and surrounding residential and commercial development could look like have been produced by Missouri-based Crawford Architects, a paid consultant in the state’s effort to redevelop the existing stadium’s 98-acre site in Halawa. Actual designs were being left to private developers competing to do the job, though this plan is now up in the air.

    COURTESY CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS

    Several “conceptual” visions of what a new Aloha Stadium and surrounding residential and commercial development could look like have been produced by Missouri-based Crawford Architects, a paid consultant in the state’s effort to redevelop the existing stadium’s 98-acre site in Halawa. Actual designs were being left to private developers competing to do the job, though this plan is now up in the air.

  • COURTESY CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS
                                Several “conceptual” visions of what a new Aloha Stadium and surrounding residential and commercial development could look like have been produced by Missouri-based Crawford Architects, a paid consultant in the state’s effort to redevelop the existing stadium’s 98-acre site in Halawa. Actual designs were being left to private developers competing to do the job, though this plan is now up in the air.

    COURTESY CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS

    Several “conceptual” visions of what a new Aloha Stadium and surrounding residential and commercial development could look like have been produced by Missouri-based Crawford Architects, a paid consultant in the state’s effort to redevelop the existing stadium’s 98-acre site in Halawa. Actual designs were being left to private developers competing to do the job, though this plan is now up in the air.

  • COURTESY CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS
                                Several “conceptual” visions of what a new Aloha Stadium and surrounding residential and commercial development could look like have been produced by Missouri-based Crawford Architects, a paid consultant in the state’s effort to redevelop the existing stadium’s 98-acre site in Halawa. Actual designs were being left to private developers competing to do the job, though this plan is now up in the air.

    COURTESY CRAWFORD ARCHITECTS

    Several “conceptual” visions of what a new Aloha Stadium and surrounding residential and commercial development could look like have been produced by Missouri-based Crawford Architects, a paid consultant in the state’s effort to redevelop the existing stadium’s 98-acre site in Halawa. Actual designs were being left to private developers competing to do the job, though this plan is now up in the air.

There has been no individual driving force for the $400 million project that’s been in the works for over a decade as the anchor to an envisioned New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District. Read more

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