Howard Hughes Corp. taps Bishop Street Commercial for leasing

Feb 25, 2012

The Howard Hughes Corp. said Friday it has retained Honolulu-based Bishop Street Commercial to handle new leasing for 600,000 square feet of office and industrial space.

This includes space at the IBM Building, Ward Plaza, Ward Centers and additional commercial space in Kakaako bounded by Kapiolani Boulevard and Ala Moana Boulevard.

“Important criteria in making this decision were Bishop Street Commercial’s solid property leasing credentials and history of success in the market,” Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) senior vice president David Striph said in a statement.

Bishop Street Commercial President and CEO Matthew Bittick said that in addition to himself, the leasing team will be led by Alika Cosner and Dennis Park.

“The Howard Hughes Corp.’s property portfolio is at the epicenter of positive change and development in Kakaako and we are very pleased to be a part of that,” Bittick said in a statement.

According to PBN research, Bishop Street Commercial, which also has an office in Kona on the Big Island, is the 10th largest commercial real estate firm in the state, based on transactions.


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