Situated at 1100 Ala Moana with ocean and Diamond Head views, Victoria Place at Ward Village is ideally located adjacent to Victoria Ward Park and the ocean. The design c...
Listing courtesy of Ward Village Properties LLC.
The latest and arguably most luxurious of all of Howard Hughes' Kakaako developments is Ward Village's oceanfront crown jewel: Victoria Place. Victoria Place is named after Victoria Ward, a wealthy Hawaiian landowner, and friend of Queen Liliuokalani, who owned the oceanfront parcel of land we now know as Ward Village, just up until the 1930s. Today Ward Village is home to sleek, modern high rise condo developments, upscale restaurants, a 3-story Whole Foods Market, shopping, and entertainment. Victoria Place, however, rests proudly in the most prominent oceanfront position, and its unobstructed ocean views will never be altered. It also is exclusive, as it is the only Howard Hughes developed tower with no commercial space on the ground floor catering to the general public, meaning an exceptional level of privacy.
This 40 story tower began construction in 2020, is expected to be completed in 2023, and is comprised of 350 units, ranging from 1-3 bedrooms. Every aspect of this prime development is imagined for homeowner comfort and enjoyment, with over 1 acre of oceanfront amenities. Though these luxury condo homes are located in the heart of downtown Honolulu, and less than 2 miles from Waikiki, homeowners can enjoy a peaceful, tranquil, oceanfront lifestyle. The property is located adjacent to the luxury trio of Waiea, Ko'ula, Anaha, and the Ala Moana Center, as well as across from Kewalo Harbor and the future Victoria Ward Park. Amenities at Victoria Place include everything you would expect when purchasing a premier luxury condo in Honolulu. However, Architects Solomon Cordwell Buenz went above and beyond when designing a tower fit for Victoria Ward's namesake development. Oceanfront terraces, three outdoor cooling pools, 2 levels of resident club amenities, 24-hour security and concierge services, and retail space with gourmet restaurants ensure residents will rarely want to leave home.