Whole Foods Coming to Ward Village :)

Whole Foods Ward Village

 

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]Healthy mamas rejoice! Finally, a Whole Foods will be a little more central in Honolulu!

Below are details I received about it via email.

“Ward Village and The Howard Hughes Corporation mark an important milestone today by breaking ground at Aeʻo and the highly anticipated Whole Foods Market.

“Today’s groundbreaking highlights the progress of Ward Village as we continue to create a community that will enhance the lives of not only those who live here, but also those who make Ward Village their destination for shopping, dining and entertainment,” said Todd Apo, Vice President of Community Development, The Howard Hughes Corporation. “As we take this step forward, we would like to thank our neighbors, partners and supporters that have helped shape Ward Village into this special place.”

Aeʻo will be conveniently located among several other exceptional residences, an array of public open spaces, and more than 60,000 square feet of unique retail and dining options, including the long awaited Oahu flagship Whole Foods Market.

“At Whole Foods Market part of our core values are to serve and support our local communities, and practice and advance environmental stewardship. With this in mind, Ward Village’s diverse and sustainable lifestyle is a perfect match for our newest flagship store,” said Patrick Bradley, president, Whole Foods Market Southern Pacific Region. “We truly appreciate the sustainable vision of this new community and can’t wait to get to know our new friends and neighbors as we develop this location.”

Here’s the link for more: http://www.aeowardvillage.com/ward-village

Written by Takara Bullock

Takara is a wife, mother-of-three, and owner of FIT4MOM Honolulu Owner who has lived in Hawaii for seven years. Before Hawaii, she resided in Japan for six years where she researched as a Fulbright Fellow and later worked as a headhunter recruiting talent in the tech industry. Fun Little Ohana is all about 'momming' in Hawaii. Subscribe to our weekly email for the latest happenings on the island.

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