World Class Restaurants, Upscale and Contemporary Retail Offered at International Market Place
Posted Aug 24th, 2016
The reimagined International Market Place is set to open tomorrow with world-class restaurants, the most coveted upscale and contemporary retailers, and the first Saks Fifth Avenue in Hawai‘i.
WORLD CLASS RESTAURANTS, UPSCALE AND CONTEMPORARY RETAIL
OFFERED AT INTERNATIONAL MARKET PLACE
Approximately 50 percent will be unique to the island
HONOLULU, Hawai‘i, August 24, 2016 – The reimagined International Market Place is set to open tomorrow with world-class restaurants, the most coveted upscale and contemporary retailers, and the first Saks Fifth Avenue in Hawai‘i.
“With its diverse dining and retail offerings, as well as its distinctive setting, International Market Place will offer an experience that can’t be found anywhere on the island,” said Michael Fenley, general manager, International Market Place. “We are thrilled to welcome this incredible collection of tenants to the center, with more great names to follow in the coming weeks and months.”
The International Market Place retail and restaurant lineup includes the following. A single asterisk (*) before the name indicates brands that are unique to the island.
Abercrombie & Fitch
*BCBG MAX AZRIA
Flip Flop Shops
GNC Live Well
Godiva Belgium 1926
Hilton Grand Vacations (kiosk)
Honolulu Cookie Co.
Island Art & Sole
*Kona Coffee Purveyors
Lani Beach by Mireille
L’Occitane en Provence
LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
Maui Divers Jewelry
*Saks Fifth Avenue
RESTAURANTS ON THE GRAND LĀNAI (THIRD LEVEL):
*Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi
*Flour & Barley
Goma Tei Ramen
RESTAURANT ON THE FIRST LEVEL
*The STREET, A Michael Mina Social House
In addition to the stellar shopping and dining, guests can enjoy a free show each evening called “O Nā Lani Sunset Stories” that kicks off with a ceremonial lighting of the Lamakū Torch Tower that sits proudly on Kalākaua Ave. Honoring the beloved Queen Emma, the nightly show highlights stories, traditions and culture of this special gathering place.
Located in the heart of Waikīkī, Oahu’s newest shopping, dining and entertainment destination was developed by Taubman and CoastWood Capital Group in conjunction with Queen Emma Land Company.
About International Market Place
Located in the heart of Waikīkī, International Market Place is a world-class shopping, dining and entertainment destination featuring a curated mix of upscale and lifestyle brands, and the first Saks Fifth Avenue in Hawai‘i. The shopping center is open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Operating hours for restaurants will vary. For ease of access, the center provides 700 parking spaces and convenient valet parking. For more information, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.comand in Japanese ja.shopinternationalmarketplace.com. Instagram: @intlmktplace and in Japanese @intlmktplacejp; Facebook: facebook.com/IntlMktPlace and in Japanese at facebook.com/IntlMktPlaceJP.
About Coastwood Capital Group, LLC
CoastWood Capital Group, LLC is a specialized real estate investment firm based in San Francisco. Founded by Cordell Lietz in 2003, the company acquires, manages and develops real estate in the United States with an emphasis on retail and other property types with unique operational characteristics. CoastWood has been actively investing in Hawai‘i for over a decade and holds interests in several properties throughout Hawai’i, including Waikīkī Trade Center, Kings’ Shops and Queens’ Marketplace.
Taubman Centers is an S&P MidCap 400 Real Estate Investment Trust engaged in the ownership, management and/or leasing of 24 regional, super-regional and outlet shopping centers in the U.S. and Asia. Taubman’s U.S.-owned properties are the most productive in the publicly held U.S. regional mall industry. Taubman is currently developing three properties in the U.S. and Asia totaling 3.1 million square feet. Founded in 1950, Taubman is headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Taubman Asia, founded in 2005, is headquartered in Hong Kong. www.taubman.com.
Director, Strategic Communications, Taubman