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Hawaii agency moves up hearings for Howard Hughes, MacNaughton-Kobayashi condo towers



The Hawaii Community Development Authority has rescheduled the decision-making public hearings for The Howard Hughes Corp.’s plan to replace Ward Warehouse and the Kobayashi Group and The MacNaughton Group’s Vida luxury condominium high-rise on a 3.5-acre site in the Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaako.

The state agency, which oversees the redevelopment of the fast-growing Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaako, originally scheduled the Howard Hughes hearing for Dec. 3, but has moved it to Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving. The presentation hearing for the Kobayashi-MacNaughton project, which is scheduled for Nov. 12 at 9:30 a.m. has not changed, but the new date for the decision-making hearing has also been moved to Nov. 25 at noon, from Dec. 17.

Both hearings will be held at 461 Cooke St. in the Makai Conference Room.

The HCDA already held two public hearings on The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) project, which includes a total of 236 units in two towers, as well as commercial and recreation space on the site of the current Ward Warehouse.

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Vida is dead, but there was permit activity in 2016 indicating possible plans for a new proposal.

https://www.bizjournals.com/pacific...e-residential-tower-could-replace-failed.html

A developer is looking into building a mixed-use high-rise condominium project at the former site of the failed Vida 888 Ala Moana luxury tower project in the Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaako, Pacific Business News has learned.

A sewer connection application was recently filed with the City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Planning and Permitting for a 700-unit project that would also include 7,200 square feet of restaurant space and 100,000 square feet of office and retail space.

Red City Hospitality & Hotels is listed as the applicant for the permit, but Red City Chief Operating Officer Maurice Howard told PBN his company is not part of the project. The application is still being reviewed by the city to check the sewer capacity for such a project.

Howard told PBN that a yet-be-named company is the developer. Howard declined further comment.
 
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