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KHON2 by: Christian Shimabuku Posted: Jul 7, 2022 / 03:50 PM HST Updated: Jul 7, 2022 / 05:42 PM HST Plans towards building the new Aloha Stadium became official on Thursday, when Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed off on a $400 million NASED (New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District) budget. Of the $400 million, $350 million […]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Hawaii News By Andrew Gomes February 1, 2022 Updated 1:07 am It will be a head-to-head contest between a pair of development partnerships seeking to turn 73 acres of state land around Aloha Stadium into a community with homes and businesses. State officials Monday announced that two developer-led teams have qualified as finalists […]
Commercial Real Estate By Stephanie Salmons January 31, 2022 Two developer-led teams with ties to Hawaii have advanced to the second phase of the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District, or NASED, real estate project’s request for proposals. The NASED project – which has a stadium and a real estate component – aims to replace the aging Aloha […]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Top News By Andrew Gomes January 31, 2022 State officials have picked two development partnerships to submit plans for turning 73 acres of public land around Aloha Stadium into a mixed-use community. The state Department of Accounting and General Services today announced the advancement of two developer-led teams as finalists for the New […]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Sports By Dave Reardon December 15, 2021 The request for proposals delivery to the three finalists for development of the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District state project, which was set for today. has been postponed, according to a news release from NASED. “The change until early 2022 was necessary as the administration prepared […]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Hawaii News By Andrew Gomes November 17, 2021 Aloha Stadium could come down in early 2023, based on a new state expectation for having a private developer replace the largely condemned facility in Halawa with a smaller arena. The state Department of Accounting and General Services shared the timetable today as part of […]
Honolulu Star-Advertiser Editorial | Our View October 18, 2021 State agencies and their private partners are practically giddy about their plans to replace the decaying Aloha Stadium and its vast parking lot with something great — whatever that may be. On Tuesday, the state published an online request seeking information and a preliminary master plan […]