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While the University of Hawaii football team continues to play its home games on the retrofitted Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex, an important step has been taken to make the program’s future home a reality.

Yesterday, the State of Hawaii officially posted a “Request For Proposals” (RFP) for the real estate portion of the planned New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED). The real estate project encompasses about 73 acres of the Halawa site. The remaining acreage will be used to develop the Stadium Project, which will include the construction of the new Aloha Stadium.

Below are preliminary conceptual renderings (courtesy of Crawford Architects) of what the real estate development portion of NASED might look like:

Aerial look at the main entrance to the NASED site.
Aerial perspective with Kamehameha Highway and the HART station in the foreground.
The completed NASED project could feature multi-level entertainment and retail offerings.
An aerial look at multi-layered retail and residential development plans.

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