The Ward Warehouse shopping center may not be around for that much longer. A developer has submitted plans to build condos on the property.
In a permit to the Hawaii Community Development Authority, the Howard Hughes Corporation says it envisions a 236-unit residential project that includes two towers to replace the shopping complex.
The developer also plans new shops and a recreation area as part of its Ward Village master plan.
There are 70 merchants leasing space at Ward Warehouse, which first opened in 1975.
HCDA will hold the first public hearing on the proposal on October 1, with decision making to follow at another public hearing on December 3.
A special hearing to discuss the proposed building modifications will be held on October 2, in accordance with new legislative directives.
Click here to view the entire permit application and submit written testimony.