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Notice #: 05525960
Public Hearings


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a public hearing to be held by the Aloha Tower Development Corporation (ATDC), State of Hawaii, under the provisions of Chapter 26, Title 15, Hawaii Administrative Rules:

DATE: December 12, 2006
TIME: 11:30 AM
PLACE: No. 1 Capitol District
250 S. Hotel Street
Office of Aging Conference Room (Room 410)
Honolulu, Hawaii

or as soon thereafter as those interested may be heard to consider the following item:

Pacific Quay by Kenneth H. Hughes, Inc. Pacific Quay (“Project”) is a proposed mixed use project of maritime, commercial/retail, hotel, residential, public areas, parking, and pedestrian promenade areas proposed for the redevelopment of Piers 5 and 6 in Honolulu Harbor (TMK: 2-1-001-057, Pier 5 portion; 2-1-001-060, Pier 5 portion; 2-1-001-059, Pier 6). The Project is conceptually planned to include approximately: 85,000 square feet of commercial/retail space; 50,000 square feet for a private club; 300 residential condominium units; hotel use including a front desk and related hotel support facilities; 10,000 square feet for the inter-island ferry; 900 parking stalls and a landscaped waterfront pedestrian promenade.
Modifications of the purpose and intent, use, and development requirements permitted under Section 15-26-81, Section 15-26-82 and Section 15-26-83 of the Aloha Tower Complex Rules for the Aloha Tower Project Area are proposed pursuant to Section 15-26-127.
The modifications are proposed to accommodate the proposed Project to enhance the beautification of the waterfront, to provide for public access and use of the waterfront property, to stimulate the commercial activities of the downtown business community and most importantly, to help transform the waterfront into a “people place.” The Project is planned to include: 1) maritime uses including piers, wharves and docks; terminals for passengers arriving by ship, ferry, day/ dinner cruise boat or water taxi; 2) commercial uses including general merchandise and variety stores, apparel and accessories, food markets, stores, restaurants, delicatessens, bakeries, drug stores, liquor stores and general and professional offices, specialty retail establishments including those on movable carts, banks and financial institutions, insurance and real estate offices, personal and professional services establishments, theaters, museums, art galleries, libraries and historical sites, commercial entertainment and recreational facilities (indoor and out door); 3) hotel uses including condominium hotels and related services, including food and beverage, retail, recreational and business service facilities; 4) residential uses including condominium apartments; private recreational facilities, common lounges and residential manager’s office/apartment; commercial support facilities including restaurants, professional service establishments, etc.; 5) public uses including plazas, promenades, and other public open spaces; uses and structures which are customarily accessory and clearly incidental and subordinate to the principal use and structures, including parking, security and utility installations.
Copies of the public hearing item are available for inspection during regular business hours at the offices of the ATDC, 600 Fort Street, 2nd Floor, Pier 10 Terminal, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, or will be mailed to anyone who requests a copy after payment has been made for copying and postage costs. To request a copy of the public hearing item or submit written comments or testimony, please do so at the offices of the ATDC on or before the date of the public hearing. To present oral testimony, sign up at the time of the public hearing. Speakers are requested to submit 20 copies of their statements. For questions or concerns, please call the offices of the ATDC at 586-2530.
If you require assistance or auxiliary aids and/or services to participate in the public hearing (i.e. sign language interpreter, wheel chair accessibility, or parking for the disabled), please contact ATDC at 586-2530, no later than 4 working days before the meeting so arrangements can be made.

(SB05525960 11/18/06)