REAL ESTATE

Ala Moana Center to open 11 new stores this fall

BY Jennifer Setteducato

The world’s largest open-air shopping center is adding more tenants to its already robust lineup.

Honolulu’s massive Ala Moana Center, which has 2.4 million sq. ft. of retail space, will open 11 new stores this fall with the signings of Aloha Confectionary, Beard Papa’s Totti Candy Factory, DIOR, Ike’s Love & Sandwiches, Mama Pho, Mark & Lona, MyGoCenter (a 2,700-sq.-ft. co-working space), Seoul Mix 2.0, Shabuya, Uniqlo, and MyGoKids — a 3,000-sq.-ft. “children’s paradise” complete with indoor playground, arcade, and rock climbing wall that will provide hourly childcare to shoppers.

The center recently opened the following retailers and restaurants: Moomin Shop Hawaii, Premier Barbershop Hawaii, The Eye Gallery, Uniqlo Pop-up, and XTreme 7D Dark Rides, a 3D interactive experience.

Ala Moana Center is owned and managed by Chicago-based GGP Inc. and attracts 48 million visitors per year. The center took the top spot as the nation’s most valuable shopping mall in a January 2018 ranking by boutique research firm Boenning & Scattergood, with a total asset value of $5.74 billion.

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