EWA BEACH, Hawaii - Plans for another large retail complex on Oahu's Leeward Coast were announced Thursday.

Haseko Development provided artistic renderings of what the $300 million project may look like.

It'll be built on the mauka edge of the man-made lagoon that's part of the Hoakalei residential and resort development.

Haseko says the market place will be a first-of-its-kind for Hawaii, featuring more than 110 shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues.

But the company isn't ready yet to say exactly who its tenants will be.

"What people are going to find is that it's going to be unlike anything they've ever seen. When people get more information about who our tenants are and who out restaurant tours are. Everybody is just going to get more and more excited over the next several months," Lawrence Caster, Director of Retail Development said.

This is the same property originally slated to be a Marina.

When plans changed to a lagoon, a group of existing homeowners sued.

State Representative Matt Lopresti referenced that lawsuit in a statement today that says of Haseko "...many in that community have little or no confidence that they will ever deliver on their promises...I'll believe it when I see it."