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Gang-Designed Tower for Honolulu Inspired by Sugar Cane

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Kō’ula designed by Studio Gang for Ward Village in Honolulu

Honolulu’s growing Ward Village® (EW, November 2018) will get another distinctive new building, with construction set to begin next year on the 41-story, mixed-use Kō’ula, named for the Hawaiian sugar cane plant from which architect Studio Gang drew inspiration, Architectural Digest reports. With a gentle bend permitting an ocean view for each residence, the structure will contain retail on the lower levels with 565 residences above. Kō’ula will be situated off the Central Plaza that will host local events, arts and culture activities for Ward Village, a Howard Hughes Corp. development expected to bring more than 4,500 new homes to the market.

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