Hawaiki Tower

Hawaiki Tower


Built in 1999, Hawaiki Tower helped set the bar in Honolulu for an incoming fleet of luxury residential high-rises. This 46-story glass condominium features striking architecture, incredible views and exceptional amenities, plus a setting that continues to increase in desirability.

Hawaiki Tower offers one of the best locations of any condo in Honolulu’a half-block from popular Ala Moana Beach Park, across the street from the renowned Ala Moana Center and on the edge of the burgeoning Kakaako neighborhood. Although Hawaiki residents are already within easy walking distance from more than 400 shops, eateries and services, the vision for the “new Kakaako” promises even more attractions over the coming years. Also just a short walk from Hawaiki is the Blaisdell Center, Honolulu’s main venue for opera, Broadway shows and concerts. Waikiki and Downtown are less than a mile away.

The condominium’s elegantly modern design impresses right from the lobby, a two-story glass atrium that looks out onto a wide lawn. Hawaiki features 417 fee-simple one-, two- and three-bedroom residences in a variety of floor plans and sizes ranging from 838 to more than 1,500 square feet. Almost all units are owner occupied and include Sub-Zero appliances, marble and granite counters, washer/dryer, designer cabinetry, and wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling heat- and noise-resistant glass windows that frame spectacular views.

Building amenities include a swimming pool, hot tub, tennis court, barbecue area, enclosed high-floor winter garden, playground and putting green. Assigned parking and guest parking are available. Hawaiki also boasts numerous high-security features, plus welcomes pets.

Key attractions within walking distance from Hawaiki Tower include:

+ Ala Moana Center, Hawaii’s premier mall, with more than 300 shops and restaurants
+ 100-acre Ala Moana Beach Park, with a half-mile-long beach
+ Ward Centers, featuring shops, restaurants and a theater multiplex
+ Neal Blaisdell Center, with a concert hall, arena and exhibition hall
+ Kaahumanu Elementary School and McKinley High School

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