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New tenants planned for Hawaii’s largest mall

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The new tenants join the more than 350 stores and restaurants at Ala Moana Center.

Ala Moana Center, the world’s largest open-air shopping center located in Honolulu, is slated to welcome several new tenants this year.

Opening soon at Ala Moana Center are feline-friendly Cat Cafe Moff, footwear and apparel brand Hoka, luxury watch manufacturer Panerai, and real estate firm The Agency. The new tenants join the more than 350 stores and restaurants at the center.

A brief description of each new tenant is as follows:

Cat Café Moff – Opening June 2024

Cat Café Moff opened its first shop in Japan in 2014 with a straightforward mission: “to create and achieve a peaceful society between animals and humans.” Since then, the brand has expanded to over 30 locations throughout Japan, where patrons can enjoy the company of cats while they eat and drink. Cat Café Moff at Ala Moana Center will be the first Hawaii location.

Hoka – Opening May 2024

Hoka is one of the fastest-growing performance footwear and apparel brands Founded in the mountains, Hoka footwear offers a combination of enhanced cushioning and support for ideal comfort. Items include running shoes, hiking shoes, medical shoes, and more.

Panerai – May 2024

Panerai was founded in Florence in 1860 as a workshop, shop, and subsequently school of watch-making. Today, Panerai develops and crafts its movements and watches at its Neuchâtel, Switzerland facility, offering costumers Italian designs with Swiss manufacturing.

The Agency – Opening April 2024

The Agency Oʻahu helps its clients searching for a dream home or looking to showcase a property to a global audience. The firm's average sales price is $2.5 million, according to its website. 

Ala Moana Center spans 2.4 million-sq.-ft of retail space, attracting 53 million shopping visitations each year. The property is anchored by Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Macy’s, and Target.

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