Pacifica: Spotlight on Waterfront Plaza
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With its open-air campus-like setting and low rise seven-building design, Waterfront Plaza set a precedent as Honolulu’s largest mixed-use project that has defined a uniquely Hawaiian-style urban look.
Occupying a nearly nine-acre city block, the distinctive complex welcomes visitors and tenants alike to an inviting pedestrian courtyard, canopied tables for food and conversation, garden office buildings, and easily accessible and ample parking – a tranquil oasis so close and convenient to Downtown Honolulu.
With a mixed-use zoning of retail, restaurant and commercial office, Waterfront is truly one of Honolulu’s rare and successful day-to-night commercial buildings.
Round-the-clock daily on-site security office and service. The facility also has a state-of-the-art security camera system.
Easy tenant and visitor access on Pohukaina and South Streets for 1,255 covered parking stalls.
New Turbo-Core chiller installed to reduce power consumption and optimize cooling for tenants. Current complex-wide recycling for paper, cardboard, glass and food waste.
NEW! Electric Vehicle Charging Stations now available. Two EV only stalls are located on the basement level parking near the Pohukaina Street entry. Call 1-800-663-5633 or go to SemaCharge.com to set up an account. First 2 hours are free.
Unique Multiple Use in Honolulu
Only site for mixed-use commercial (retail, food, office, medical, technology uses) on Punchbowl Street in the Kakaako Redevelopment District.
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