Paradise Park

Paradise Park plans concern Manoa neighborhood board

The redevelopment of Manoa’s Paradise Park has the approval of the state land and natural resources department, but some Manoa residents are wary of what the renovated park may bring.

The park, which opened as an exotic bird park and visitor attraction, received a 75-year lease in 1966, but suspended commercial operations in 1994.

The Department of Land and Natural Resources approved the $10 million project and its modifications to the 47.4-acre property, including a hula museum, botanical garden, multimedia theater, gift and snack shop, and expanded parking.

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