Gracing 7.3 pristine, spacious acres of land, encompassing eight buildings and situated among verdant green courtyards and an impressive Great Lawn, Park Lane retains the atmosphere of a private resort surrounded by magnificent estate homes.
Park Lane’s contemporary design is inspired by the Islands' natural beauty and iconic Hawaii architecture. Employing a minimal yet striking design, Park Lane seems to blend perfectly with its metropolitan environment, while evoking an air of unmistakable sophistication.
“Hawaii is a destination for people all over the world. And Park Lane is the ultimate destination for those people. It provides them with a Hawaiian, casual, elegant version of the sophisticated lifestyle they live.”- David Oldroyd Interior Designer
“Park Lane extends over a quarter mile of oceanfront. Different from other high rises in the area, a project that is horizontal with such a connection to the land and the ocean presents something really unique and important for the Hawaii lifestyle.”- Ben Wrigley, Architect
“Outdoor living is an important component of Park Lane. The lanais flow so well with the living rooms. When the sliding doors are open, it’s as if there’s nothing to separate you from the outside.”- Ben Woo Architect
“Nature is one of the main sources of inspiration for Park Lane, being surrounded by the park, the ocean and the sky. The residents of these amazing homes will be able to feel like they’re a part of that, like they’re connected to it.”- Holly Boling Ruiz Interior Designer
A High Rise,
Turned On Its Side
When it comes to architectural design, Park Lane represents something entirely new for Hawaii. Seeking to create a true community, the development and design teams took the concept of a high rise and turned it on its side. The result is an expanse that moves outward from its center Great Lawn and offers ample spaces to run, play and experience nature in all directions.
Park Lane's residences are surrounded by beautiful, lush landscapes and open spaces reminiscent of those that grace some of the world's most iconic homes. “The natural, tropical landscape is of the hallmarks of living in Hawaii", says Principal Landscape Architect Don Vita. “Within the context of this wonderful, terraced building, we made sure there were plenty of opportunities for indoor / outdoor spaces. Some of them are large and grand and others are small and intimate, but in every way, there’s an ease about it — an effortless transition.”
A Grand Estate
From its striking entrance to its namesake private-garden walkway, Park Lane envelops its owners in the feeling of being ensconced in a grand estate. "We used a combination of natural and local materials with a contemporary flare that make it feel current, yet still linked to the past," says Designer David Oldroyd.
The Main Entrance
"We wanted to create a space designed to erase the noise of where you've been and transport you to your home,” says Oldroyd. “There’s a simple, casual quality about the entrance. Get out of your car. Wander down a stone path. And what unfolds to you is an open-air lobby space."
A teak wall feature runs across the ceiling and down the side wall, framing the entrant’s view of the Pacific Ocean just beyond. "Hopefully, your heart rate lowers. You see the water moving and palm trees swaying,” says Oldroyd. "Every move speaks with the same voice, and it starts right there with the lobby."
The Great Lawn
Designed to be a gathering place for family and friends, the Great Lawn serves as the heart of the Park Lane community. Everything radiates from its center, including dynamic views of the Pacific Ocean, cascading tropical landscaping and the white sands of Ala Moana Beach Park.
The Park Lane
Park Lane's namesake, inspired by New York City’s High Line, is a private, art-lined walkway that spans the length of the exterior property. Extending more than 1,100 linear ft., the Park Lane features works of fine art and lush, tropical landscaping.