The owners of The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu, Mana’olana Partners, has announced that construction on the 37-story tower, which will house a hotel and 99 exclusive residences, is set to start construction in December 2022.
Phase 1 of the process will include an environmental analysis, slated to be finished by Q1 2023. This is to be followed up by the removal of the previous foundation and additional preparation for excavation, slated for completion in Q3 2023. These procedures will ensure that the project stays on track for its 2025 completion date. The project also has economic benefits for the city and will create around 700 jobs for the community.
When completed, the tower will stand at 418 feet above the city, looming over the Ala Moana coastline and providing a picturesque view for all those residing. With a projected square footage of 743,000, the Residences tower is designed by auWorkshop architects+urbanists, and will include 99 fully stocked luxury private apartments that range in two to four bedrooms, and from 1,500 to 3,700 sq ft. Topping the tower will be three penthouses that range up to 6,000 sq ft and contain multiple levels.
Spaces are limited, so make an appointment to visit the residences gallery.
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