Interested in learning more about the NASED project? Here are some quick facts to get you up to speed. The NASED team will continue to update the section as the project is further developed. For any immediate questions, please reach out to email@example.com
The Stadium Authority values the Swap Meet and Marketplace and recognizes that it generates a significant portion of the stadium’s overall revenues. We want the Swap Meet to remain central to the future of the new venue and accommodations of vendors’ needs will be integrated into the new facility’s programming.
Information and updates will be posted on the NASED’s website, nased.hawaii.gov.
As the project develops, our NASED team will continue to populate Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS). If you have a question not addressed below, please go to Reach Out
An EIS documents the environmental impacts of a project (or activity) on an area. It includes detailed information about plants and animals, historical background of the site, cultural information, and detailed maps, photographs and/or drawings of the site.
A Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) is a variation of the standard EIS. It stipulates the range (maximum and minimum) of the development area and type of uses anticipated on the subject site. The PEIS ensures the scale and type of project permitted meets both minimum and maximum criteria for developable area, rather than specifying an amount or type of development. The goal is to maintain a mix of uses to promote vitality and diversity across the site. The PEIS will help open up the Halawa site’s potential to the maximum number of prospective developers with experience in delivering successful mixed- use projects.
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