Hawaii-based JN Group on Friday opened its luxury car dealership at Velocity Honolulu, a retail complex located on the bottom floor of Symphony Honolulu, a new condominium tower at 888 Kapiolani Blvd.
Velocity will also include two Italian restaurants by PJ Partners Inc. of Japan, a wine and food store, and two combination retail store/salons, though these parcels are not expected to open until next month.
The new dealership at Velocity sells Audi, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Maserati and other high-end European brands.
“Velocity is the retail piece of Symphony Honolulu,” Brad Nicolai of JN Group, the parent company of JN Automotive Group, previously told Pacific Business News.“It’s a culmination of eight European automotive brands and eight European motorcycle brands.”
The Symphony Honolulu was constructed by San Diego-based developer OliverMcMillan and designed by AHL, formerly known as Architects Hawaii Ltd.
The 75,000 square feet of commercial space will include a men’s clothing store, called Sixty-One, and a woman’s boutique that will include women’s spa services such as a dry bar and lash bar, called Kristin Wood Beauty Boutique.