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Construction Update: Laying the Framework for the Future

A lot happens before the tower starts going up!

When constructing a high-rise, a lot needs to happen at or below ground level. In fact, this is one of the most critical and significant times in the course of a project. Here’s the latest happenings on-site, straight from our general contractor, Albert C. Kobayashi.

Right now, if you pass Azure Ala Moana you’ll notice a drill and two cranes working together to embed steel sheet piles 20 to 30 feet below the surface, outlining the deepest portions of the tower... MORE


June 6, 2019

This month’s featured home is currently the highest floor available in the desirable A-15 floor plan.

The spacious and well-designed “L” shape layout features stunning floor-to-ceiling glass windows along almost the entire length of the home, providing tons of natural light and inspired city views.

Enjoy an open living and dining area, which offers greater flexibility, as well as added privacy with each of the two bedrooms situated on opposite ends of the space.

And save gas and time with a... MORE

Midtown Ala Moana Featured on HI Now

May 8, 2019

Midtown Ala Moana is coming to a TV near you! Beginning next week, we’re proud to feature Honolulu’s most exciting neighborhood on HI Now, a local lifestyle series aired on KGMB during Hawaii News Now: Sunrise.

Tune in and learn more about the best of Midtown shopping, dining, and living on these dates…

Condominium project breaks ground in Ala Moana

April 25, 2019

HONOLULU (KHON2) – There was a ground breaking held on Monday for the Azure Ala Moana. It is located at 641 Keeaumoku Street. The condo has 330-units, and 21,268 square feet of commercial space. There are also 78 rental apartments available to qualified renters earning up to 80 percent of the area median income. A public plaza will provide space for community events including a farmer’s markets and live entertainment. The project is designed by  Honolulu-based architect Design Partners Incorporated... MORE

Developer breaks ground on mixed-use condo in ‘Midtown Ala Moana’

ProsPac Holdings Group broke ground Monday on its Azure Ala Moana mixed-use project across from the Honolulu Walmart store in what the developer has dubbed Midtown Ala Moana with a traditional Hawaiian blessing, a performance of taiko drums and a Chinese lion dance.

ProsPac’s Shanghai-based chairman, XianXin Chen, and his Honolulu-based son, William Chen, were joined in the ceremonial groundbreaking by city officials, including Mayaor Kirk Caldwell and Councilmembers Ann Kobayashi and Kymberly Pine, as well as some of the others... MORE

Azure Ala Moana tower breaks ground

April 23, 2019

Mock-up rooms for the Azure luxury condominium photographed on Friday, September 14, 2018 at the Pacific Guardian Tower in Honolulu, Hawaii. The new Azure 40-story tower condominium, set to be complete in 2020, have prices starting at $550,000 at the low end for studios. The developer of a planned residential tower with condominiums and rental apartments on Keeaumoku Street near Ala Moana Center held a blessing for construction Monday. An affiliate of ProsPac Holdings Group held the event for its... MORE

Celebrating Our Groundbreaking with News, Photos, Videos and More!

April 22, 2019

This morning we celebrated our groundbreaking with a blessing ceremony and a festive event complete with speeches, cultural entertainment, and a short video about the Midtown Ala Moana neighborhood. Mahalo to all our attendees including the project team, government officials, and future homeowners! We invite you to learn more by clicking the links below…

Azure mixed use development project breaks ground in Ala Moana

The project is located on Ke’eaumoku Street in the Ala Moana neighborhood. HONOLULU – A large scale mixed use development project broke ground Monday morning in the Ala Moana neighborhood. Azure Ala Moana is a 330 unit condominium tower, with 78 rental apartments available to qualified renters earning up to 80 percent of the area median income. A public plaza will provide space for programmed community events, including a farmer’s markets and live entertainment. The project is located on... MORE