Reimagining a special place requires a unique blend of boldness towards the future and respect for what came before. Named for the Ward family who owned the land for over a century, Ward Village honors the legacy and distinct history of Honolulu and Hawaii, while preparing the area for future growth.
The public realm Vision Plan translates the overall brand strategy for the project into physical elements, such as landscape, hardscape, furniture, signage, lighting, and building enhancements, that collectively encompass the community’s identity. Hawaiian character is showcased through courtyard feature walls, lushly layered landscapes and artfully placed sculptural pots, cultivating a unique sense of pride among residents and visitors. Using a consistent palette of materials, the public realm knits together the development’s signature architecture.
With walkability at the core, the project features tree-lined sidewalks, multi-modal bike lanes, a central park, and access to an over 100-acre public beach park. As the nation’s largest LEED-ND Platinum Certified project and the only LEED-ND Platinum Certified project in the state of Hawaii, Ward Village is at the forefront of sustainable community development.