Ewa's largest retail complex signs up...

Ewa's largest retail complex signs up 8 more

There are 27 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Jun 5, 2008, titled Ewa's largest retail complex signs up 8 more. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

A $100 million neighborhood retail project is expected to bring a variety of goods and services to the booming Ewa plain.

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Danielle

Mililani, HI

#23 Dec 9, 2008
Brian wrote:
Ewa Beach's commercial/retail offerings are sorely lacking in these three areas:
1) health/fitness center
2) movie theater
3) department store like Target
It is my sincere hope that Laulani Village developers will come to their senses and add one ore more of these three items to the new center. We need them badly to have local access to these services and to keep cars off the roads out of Ewa Beach.
Having a Safeway would be nice, but it's lower on the priority list since Ewa Beach already has a Foodland and Star Market.
you can e-mail the developer/leasing agent here...

[email protected]
Als Bar and Grill

AOL

#24 Dec 9, 2008
When rail comes (?), I can catch it to Ewa. Joke. Stop Rail Now!!!!!!!!
Ewa resident

Honolulu, HI

#25 Dec 16, 2008
When is this shopping center actually going to start construction?
Jason Green

Grand Rapids, MI

#26 Oct 15, 2009
i wouldnt worry about this project, Westwood hasnt completed a project, they are better at defaulting then finishing a project, the ceo is a loser
Kasey

Kailua Kona, HI

#27 Jun 23, 2010
Jason Green wrote:
i wouldnt worry about this project, Westwood hasnt completed a project, they are better at defaulting then finishing a project, the ceo is a loser
got more info?
m tynanes

Pearl City, HI

#28 Feb 14, 2011
projected opening date??2009 or 2011 or 2012??
stumpy

Kapolei, HI

#29 Feb 16, 2011
Clarification wrote:
What backazzwards was saying in the beginning is that in many of these "mainland" style developments, the developers pay for the streets and infrastructure in the area, instead of the tax payers. A road like Fort Weaver would have been 4 lanes from the very beginning if this were done on the mainland instead of starting with two and pay much more money and interruption of service of adding one lane at a time. I don't live in Ewa Beach, but I don't know anyone who wants to
One word :BRIBERY. Paul Oshiro was the rep when Ewa was screwed over on the roads. He allowed all the development and only one polititian, Jeff Alexander, stood against the development until the promised roads were done. Eventually Oshiro was given a million-dollar a year "consulting job" with Hawaiian Electric, and quickly resigned from politics, leaving Willie Espero to take over. End result. Massive development, massive traffic, and the roads came in decades later, Ewa has the worst traffic on the island, and the developers are concreting over EWA with California ghettos as fast as they can. Good ol boys are alive and well in the nei.

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