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Park Lane Ala Moana Honolulu, Oahu
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Connected to and fronting Ala Moana Center’s internationally acclaimed retail and dining line-up, this exclusive neighborhood, co-developed with Kobayashi Group, offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean from a unique, low-rise environment where each residence possesses the spacious autonomy of a single family home with the security, convenience and luxurious resort-like amenities of one of the world’s most iconic condominiums.
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Kapolei Commons Kapolei, Oahu
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Opening in 2009, this open-air center has become West Oahu's premiere destination for shopping, dining and entertainment for residents and nearby resort guests. Kapolei Commons offers national and local retailers-including Hawaii's first luxury movie theatre Regal Kapolei Commons 12, Target, TJ Maxx, Petco, OfficeMax, Pier One, and Down-to-Earth. Dining options include Roy’s Eating House, BIC Tacos, Gyu-Kaku, La Tour, DB Grill, Kua Aina, Aloha Salads and more.
Kapiolani Medical Center HONOLULU, OAHU
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TMG provided project management services for a $200m+ renovation and expansion of Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children. The project began with construction of a new 1,000-car, 17-floor parking structure which opened in 2013. Construction of the state of the art, five-story, 200,000 square-foot Diamond Head Wing followed in 2016 for a new and expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, a Emergency Department and other uses.
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ONE Ala Moana Honolulu, Oahu
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Located at the internationally renowned Ala Moana Center, this 210-unit residential tower was the first residential condominium to embrace and connect to the vibrant lifestyles offered at the mall. Upon completion in 2015, ONE Ala Moana redefined luxury living for discriminating owners who seek an urban experience with island-style ease and wonderful amenities. The design, amenities and ocean-view location make this luxury condominium unique.
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Capitol Place Honolulu, Oahu
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Completed in 2008, Capitol Place quickly became Honolulu’s premiere downtown living destination. This 394-unit luxury residential condominium, co-developed by TMG and Kobayashi Group, redefined downtown Honolulu living and set a new standard by exemplifying its tag line of “Turning Downtown, Uptown”.
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Hokua Honolulu, Oahu
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As the first premiere luxury residential high-rise in Honolulu, Hokua established a precedent by offering spacious floor plans and high ceilings unlike all other condominiums at the time. Completed in 2006 and co-developed with Kobayashi Group, Hokua is located across from Ala Moana Beach Park with soaring views of the park, ocean and sunsets. These residences integrate seamlessly with a mixed-use podium, offering retail, offices, and popular restaurants.
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Kona Commons Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Island
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This large scale open air center in Kailua-Kona on Hawaii Island represents the first phase and centerpiece of a mixed-use community planned by the Queen Liliuokulani Trust, which includes new and improved roadways, parks, offices, residential neighborhood and more. Kona Commons, completed in 2008 and anchored by the Big Island’s first Target store, provides a gathering place with an assortment of options ranging from large mainland brands and local operators.
Bringing New Brands to Hawaii HAWAII
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Over the past few decades TMG has helped introduce several well-known brands and operators to the Hawaiian Islands through either its leasing, ownership or development: Target, Costco, Starbuck’s, Jamba Juice, PF Chang’s, Whole Foods, Pier One, Office Max and Kmart to name a few. Additional retailers that TMG brought to the Islands but have since been sold or closed, include Blockbuster Video, Sports Authority, and Borders Books and Music.
Moanalua Center Honolulu, Oahu
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TMG entered into a long term lease with the US Navy to take over and expand Moanalua Center including construction of a new two story Navy Service Center. Opened in 2006 and developed under an enhanced use lease of Federal property, this was a first of its kind for the Navy. The building provides a centralized location for many administrative and personnel functions previously spread across Pearl Harbor, complimented by a range of dining and shopping options.
Stadium Marketplace Honolulu, Oahu
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Completed in 1994, the 220,000 square foot value-oriented neighborhood center, located adjacent Aloha Stadium on Oahu was originally anchored by one of Kmart’s first stores in Hawaii. Current tenants include Starbucks, Auto Zone, Sac-N-Save, McDonald’s, and Texaco.
Kapolei Parkway Shops Kapolei, Oahu
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TMG completed its development of this two story, 22,000 square foot retail and office complex, anchored by Honolulu’s first drive-through Starbucks, in 2006. Additional tenants included Jamba Juice, Vitamin World, Cold Stone Creamery, Eggs ‘n Things, Navy Federal Credit Union, Taco Del Mar, ReMax, Teddy’s Bigger Burgers, among others. It was sold in 2014.
Henry Street Shops Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Island
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TMG completed its development of this 8,500 square-foot retail center in Kona in 2005. This project was anchored by the State of Hawaii’s first drive-through Starbucks. It was sold in 2016.
Kukui Marketplace Lihue, Kauai
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TMG completed this Kmart anchored 142,000 square foot project, immediately adjacent to and incorporated into the Kukui Grove Center regional mall on Kauai in 1994. Other original tenants included Borders Books and Music and Pier One.
Kukui Grove Center Lihue, Kauai
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In 2003, TMG was hired by the project owner, Grove Farm, to manage an upgrade and redesign of this 310,000 square-foot regional mall. Opening up pedestrian access from parking lots, improving aesthetics and visibility, and providing leasing strategies and assistance resulted in improved occupancy rates and higher rents.
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Waikele Factory Outlet Center Waipahu, Oahu
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Hawaii’s first true Power Center and Factory Outlet was developed in partnership with Dick Gushman in 1994. Waikele has become a popular visitor destination while remaining an imperative part of local residents’ lives. The 725,000 square-foot, value-oriented commercial center, with two distinct phases stocked with big box retailers and factory outlet designer stores, changed the landscape of retail in Hawaii. The center and the outlet have both been sold.
Kapahulu Center Honolulu, Oahu
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This well-known former Keo’s Restaurant site in Honolulu benefited from some grandfathered building codes. In lieu of demolishing the building and opening a drive through, TMG worked closely with the family owned landlord to salvage, redevelop and re-tenant this unique building. In 2000, it reopened anchored by an extremely popular Starbucks and Jamba Juice.
Kailua Village Shops Kailua, Oahu
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TMG was hired by the landowner to manage the development, construction and leasing of this 10,000 square-foot community-oriented project on the windward side of Oahu. Completed in 1999, Kailua Village Shops, anchored by a Starbucks and Teddy’s Bigger Burger, has the look and feeling that it has been in the neighborhood for a long time and helped set the stage for an overhaul of retail in Kailua.
Maui Marketplace Kahului, Maui
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Opening in 1997, this 300,000 square foot value retail center was Maui’s first power center bringing Lowe’s, Sports Authority, Borders Books and Music, Office Max, a food court, Pier 1 Imports, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, and a Bank of Hawaii. It was sold in 2000.
Costco Bougainville Honolulu, Oahu
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TMG purchased this stalled project from the initial developer, solved some unique issues, and subsequently introduced the first Costco to the Hawaiian Islands in 1988. This site was sold to Target, and became the first Target in Hawaii, in 2009.
Pali Momi Medical Center Aiea, Oahu
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In 1980, Gushman & MacNaughton (Dick Gushman and Duncan MacNaughton) along with a prominent physician conceived of and entitled Hawaii’s first for-profit acute care hospital/medical office building. The 250,000 square-foot medical center now part of Hawaii Pacific Health is located adjacent Pearlridge Center.
Ka‘anapali Royal Ka‘anapali, Maui
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Gushman & MacNaughton developed this 105-unit resort condominium project in Maui and it was successfully completed in 1980.
Ainamalu Honolulu, Oahu
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In the mid-1970s, Duncan MacNaughton teamed with Dick Gushman and under a subdivision cluster permit, entitled and subdivided a lot on the ocean-front slopes of Diamond Head, resulting in 11 individual residential home sites.
1010 Wilder Honolulu, Oahu
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Duncan MacNaughton was a member of Dillingham development team in 1970, when they built this 18-story, 42-unit luxury condominium along the slopes of Punchbowl. This was the first condominium high-rise apartment building in Honolulu designed to accommodate “empty nesters”.