The Reserved Housing Program for ʻAʻaliʻi has begun! Please see below for important dates and links:
To participate in the program, you must be pre-qualified from one of the three lenders below - Bank of Hawaii, First Hawaiian Bank, and Honolulu HomeLoans.
To help you prepare, please review the information below.
Situated in the heart of Ward Village – named the best planned community in the U.S. by Architectural Digest – ‘A‘ali‘i is setting the benchmark for urban living in Honolulu. With 751 residences and nearly an acre of amenities – including Lanai 42, a penthouse quality rooftop amenity space with ocean and sunset views and the ‘A‘ali‘i pool deck, a resort-caliber outdoor entertainment area with estate style event rooms – ‘A‘ali‘i gives you the space you need to awaken the spirit and celebrate the night.
Designed by award-winning SCB Architects and renowned interior designer Lauren Rottet, Aallii provides studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom floor plans that are the perfect combination of cozy and smart with homes that are move-in ready, top to bottom, from the moment you walk in the door.
This is not intended to be an offer to sell in any jurisdiction where prohibited by law. Ward Village is a proposed master planned development in Honolulu, Hawaii that does not yet exist. The Developer makes no guarantee, representation or warranty whatsoever that the developments, facilities or improvements depicted will ultimately appear as shown. Exclusive Project Broker Ward Village Properties, LLC. and Locations, LLC. Copyright 2017. Equal Housing Opportunity
Notice to New York Residents - The developer of Ward Village and its principals are not incorporated in, located in, or resident in the state of New York. No offering is being made in or directed to any person or entity in the state of New York or to New York residents by or on behalf of the developer/offeror or anyone acting with the developer/offeror's knowledge. No such offering, or purchase or sale of real estate by or to residents of the state of New York, shall take place until all registration and filing requirements under the Martin Act and the Attorney General's regulations are complied with, a written exemption is obtained pursuant to an application is granted pursuant to and in accordance with Cooperative Policy Statements #1 or #7, or a "NO-ACTION" request is granted