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The Gateway Towers Project Is The Latest From Ward Village

By Victor Baker


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Good news, everyone: Honolulu’s Ward Village will soon benefit from a gorgeous new addition, namely two new buildings called The Gateway Towers Project. 236 new residences, designed by Richard Meier & Partners, will be part of the luxury coastal development, featuring price-tags which range between $1.5 million for one-bedroom apartments to $20M penthouses.

The impressive towers have been named Blade and Cylinder, and will feature an asymmetrical design, with the four-acre Gateway Park between them. Found on the coastal edge of the 60-acre Ward Village community, both towers will offer open floor-plans with large kitchens, wet room-style bathrooms, walk-in closets, Bulthaup kitchen cabinets and Gaggenau appliances.

Also worth mentioning are the Dornbracht fixtures, the bespoke bronze accented vanities, and also the custom designed lighting and Apaiser bathtubs.

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The 27-floor Cylinder Tower is set to be 330 feet tall, featuring 125 one- to six-bedroom residences, including 14 duplex and triplex homes and 15 penthouses. With 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and a curved design, the glass walls will have an almost IMAX effect. On the other hand, the 400-foot Blade Tower will include 34 floors, 111 two- to five-bedroom residences – 10 of them being duplex and triplex homes and 14 penthouses.

Across the two towers, inhabitants will enjoy an infinity-edge leisure pool with blissful views of the Pacific Ocean, a 25-yard lap pool, a modern fitness center with a yoga room, an outdoor dining pavilion plus many other BBQ pavilions, a sunset bar and even a pet spa.

Set to be completed in 2017, these incredible structures might just be the next hot thing in the neighborhood, if you’re planning to move to Honolulu in the near future.

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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