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Downtown buildings offer hi-tech offices
More than the skyline of Downtown Honolulu is going to change in the next 18 months with the completion of three major office towers now under construction.
Together, the three will add almost 1 million square feet of office space to the central business district and introduce state-of-the-art technology for the workplace.
Two of the towers, Pan Pacific Plaza and Alii Place, already are rising high out of the ground and are ready to come on-line at the beginning of 1992.
The third, Honfed at 1100 Alakea St., was set to open at the end of 1992, but the completion date has been pushed back to early 1993 because of design changes, according to Marlin Garces, project engineer with Pacific Construction Co. Ltd., the general contractor.
That 32-story high-rise, which …