Waikiki, Honolulu: International Market Place Redevelopment Plans Move Ahead

Posted on Monday, November 7th, 2011 at 10:10am.

According to "Pacific Business News" online, "Queen Emma Land Co. is moving ahead with its plans to redevelop the International Market Place in Waikiki.

Queen Emma Land Co. and Taubman Centers Taubman CentersLatest from The Business JournalsWaikiki's International Market Place going upscaleBuyers circling luxury retail center0M Green Hills office park, hotel in limboFollow this company , in partnership with San Francisco-based CoastWood Capital Group, said Friday they filed an environmental impact statement preparation notice as part of the company’s next step in exploring the redevelopment of the 2.9-acre International Market Place in the center of Hawaii’s main tourism district.

Currently, plans for the revitalization of the International Market Place call for an approximately 355,000-square-foot, three-level, open-air retail center, which will be designed to incorporate historical, cultural and educational features and opportunities, the land company said in a statement.

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