Parking Just Became Easier at Hawaii’s Ward Village

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Parking Just Became Easier at Hawaii’s Ward Village

Aeo at Ward Village condominium complex on Wednesday debuted a new smart-tech parking facility that will include two levels dedicated to the new Whole Foods Market, scheduled to open this summer.

The Aeo tower is one of Howard Hughes Corp.’s (NYSE: HE) four mixed-use residential towers in Ward Village, which also includes Waiea, Anaha and Ke Kilohana.

The developer said the multi-level parking structure will utilize the state’s first M4 camera-based system by Park Assist, which is designed to optimize parking guidance, reduce wait time and improve overall traffic flow.

Levels four through six opened to the public on Wednesday, totaling 384 stalls.

The remainder of the parking structure is expected to open later this year, adding a total of 720 parking stalls to the Ward Village community.

Once completed, the 72,000-square-foot Whole Foods’ inside the Aeo tower will be the company’s fourth in Hawaii.

Alexandra Gizhitsa
Global Marketing Manager

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