10 New Commercial Tenants Coming To Ko'ula In Ward Village
Ward Village, a master-planned community in Honolulu, Hawaii, is welcoming 10 new commercial tenants to its newest mixed-use residential building, Ko'ula. The new tenants will offer a variety of goods and services, including food, fitness, and wellness.
Here is a brief overview of the 10 new commercial tenants coming to Ko'ula in Ward Village:
Nori Bar: The 923-square-foot sushi restaurant, designed by Wander X Wonder, will serve locally sourced fish and offer lunch and dinner for dine-in or take-out.
Tonkatsu Kuro: This 1,919-square-foot restaurant, designed by ASK Architects LLC, will serve Japanese tonkatsu or breaded deep-fried pork cutlets, as well as cold and hot noodles.
Body Fit Training: Operated by the same parent company as StretchLab, Body Fit Training offers high-energy group strength training classes. This 2,997-square-foot space, designed by PSA Architects, will be Body Fit Training's first location in Hawaii.
StretchLab: This franchise from parent company Xponential Fitness offers assisted stretching to reduce pain and increase flexibility. This 1,706-square-foot studio, designed by PSA Architects, will be the first of several StretchLab storefronts in Hawaii, according to representatives of Ward Village. The company currently has locations in the United States, Australia and Japan, with others planned for Mexico and Kuwait, according to its website.
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa: This 1,886-square-foot spa, designed by Lowney Architecture, offers Swedish and deep tissue massages, facials and peels. There are more than 500 spas in the chain across the United States and Canada, generating $1.3 million in average annual gross sales, according to the company's website.
Dean & Deluca: This 1,870-square-foot market, designed by Wander X Wonder, will offer freshly baked goods, soups, salads, pastas, meats and sandwiches, along with pau hana cocktails and artisan coffee. Dean & Deluca is an international brand with locations in more than 14 countries, including Thailand, Japan, Singapore, Korea, Philippines, United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, China, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar.
Happy Lemon: This 984-square-foot bubble tea shop, designed by DKKY Architecture Studio, will offer freshly brewed tea and fruit smoothes along with ube and milk tea soft serve with bubble waffles.
Onkee: The 5,097-square-foot high-end yakiniku steakhouse, designed by BKF & Associates, LLC, is opening its first location in the state. It serves meat and seafood, as well as traditional Korean cuisine.
Black Sheep Cream Company: The 608-square-foot ice cream shop, designed by Next Design, sells flavors that rotate monthly. The store also offers floats, affogato and pints.
Westman Café and Lounge: This 1,779-square-foot restaurant, designed by WRNS Studio, will serve brunch, cocktails and dinner. The menu will include items such as oxtail soup, avocado toast and wagyu loco moco. This will be the restaurant's second location in Hawaii. Its other location is located at 280 Beach Walk, Suite 106, in Waikiki.
What does this mean for Ward Village?
The addition of 10 new commercial tenants to Ko'ula is a sign of Ward Village's continued growth and development. The new tenants will offer a variety of goods and services that will appeal to both residents and visitors. This will make Ward Village an even more desirable place to live, work, and visit.
When will the new tenants open?
The new tenants at Ko'ula are scheduled to open in the coming months. Nori Bar is scheduled to open in fall 2023, and the other tenants are expected to open in early 2024.
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