Walk Into a Home
With a 1.5 Acre Garden
Connected By DesignREGISTER INTEREST
Feeling connected is an integral part of what it means to feel at home. At Kō‘ula, that idea takes many forms—most visibly in a connection to Victoria Ward Park. Here too, connections are fostered in a verdant gathering place where residents and visitors will come together, steps from the sea.
The life-enriching qualities that a park brings to an urban setting are understood around the world. Victoria Ward Park, at the heart of Ward Village, is no exception. Reintroducing green space is a critical element of the Village’s Master Plan and, like the extensively landscaped pedestrian walkways, the park will bring the natural world into this South Shore community.
The refuge, planted with a number of native species, extends from the top of Ward Village all the way down to the water. On its periphery are a range of shops and restaurants that provide worthwhile destinations for a bicycle ride, or a lazy afternoon stroll.
At 1.5 acres, the park is designed to provide a place for solitude as well as a focal point for the community to gather and relationships to form. This is all part of Ward Village’s Master Plan–one that starts not with buildings on an architectural scale, but with people on a human scale. Its goal–how to best meet the needs of body and mind by creating a space where happiness grows.
Look for our greenery everywhere.
Nature’s diverse palette of hues and colors, shapes and textures—its perfumes—rekindle a much older and more intimate relationship with the natural world. Many of these featured plants can be found at Victoria Ward Park and at Kō’ula.VIEW GALLERY