Kō‘ula is made up of 565 residences, the 41-story tower offers studios, one (1), two (2) and three-bedroom (3) residences. With a gracious private lānai in every tower residence, creating shade and enhancing comfort to capitalize on the indoor-outdoor lifestyle of the islands. The exterior design creates a fluid, waving façade giving way to residences that bend to the coastline for stunning ocean views, natural light and breezy trade winds.
The Residences in Kō‘ula consist of studios, one bedroom, two bedroom, and three bedroom homes. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the interiors feature the finest finishes throughout. Kitchen and baths are replete with Miele appliances, and Kohler & Grohe plumbing fixtures. Ceiling heights range from 8’8″ up to 10′ in the penthouse homes.
*Custom furniture and accessory packages by Yabu Pushelberg are available upon request.
Keeping consistent with Ward Village’s previous towers, Kō‘ula features an amazing amenities package. In fact, Kō‘ula has the largest amenities package to date; therefore, owners get to enjoy “first-row” luxuries with “second-row” pricing.
2 Grand Spas
Great Room and Lanai
Sauna & Steam Rooms
Fitness Center with Treatment Rooms
Children’s Play Area
Private Dining Room
Outdoor Dining Areas
One of the major advantages of a master-planned community is the developer’s ability to strategically place each building and element maximizing views, light, and air. Kō‘ula will be no exception.
The building’s location and orientation were carefully considered to preserve mauka – makai (mountain – ocean) views, address known cultural sites, and integrate Kō‘ula with the pattern of a connected and walkable community coming to life at Ward Village.
Kō‘ula’s architecture embraces and enhances the building’s unique position within the fabric of Ward Village. The tower is carefully integrated with Victoria Park to the west.
Victoria Park is the epicenter of the master-plan community. This fully landscaped 4-acre park with Kaka’ako’s natural springs running through will host events, a farmer’s market, and even an outdoor cinema series.
It’s no secret that Kaka’ako is the most walkable residential neighborhood on the island of O’ahu if not the State of Hawai’i. Paving the way, Howard Hughes is hands down creating the best live-work-play area within it. Buying a luxury condo in Kō‘ula comes with easy access to the neighborhood’s best outdoor actives, food, nightlife and shopping.