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Area # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT ALA MOANA 103 $108,000 $8,200,000 $1,126 DIAMOND HEAD 43 $188,500 $6,498,000 $1,310 DOWNTOWN 63 $48,500 $8,800,000 $598 KAKAAKO 198 $40,000 $17,500,000 $1,221 KAPIOLANI 26 $289,000 $1,900,000 $579 KO OLINA 28 $610,000 $2,995,000 $902 LOWER HAHAIONE 11 $515,000 $685,000 $506 MAILI 21 $95,000 $485,000 $282 MAKAHA 48 $179,900 $949,000 $389 MAKIKI 42 $196,500 $3,999,000 $646 MILILANI AREA 45 $270,000 $785,000 $498 MILILANI MAUKA 15 $345,000 $625,000 $602 MOILIILI 8 $39,000 $575,000 $536 NEWTOWN 0 $0 $0 $0 OCEAN POINTE 29 $349,000 $829,000 $562 PEARL RIDGE 47 $194,900 $650,000 $449 PUNAHOU 15 $84,000 $677,000 $449 PUNCHBOWL AREA 21 $87,000 $899,000 $417 PUNCHBOWL-LOWER 9 $239,000 $455,000 $544 SALT LAKE 46 $165,000 $748,998 $547 WAIKIKI 568 $59,500 $15,100,000 $987 WEST MARINA 13 $495,000 $1,850,000 $627
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Waikiki is not just a top tourism destination in Oahu, it's a hip urban neighborhood and one of the hottest places to live. Not many neighborhoods can boast of a world-class beach and some of the best restaurants and shops in Hawaii - all within walking distance of Waikiki condos. Not to mention the views of Diamond Head and the close proximity to Kapiolani Park, a 170-acre, tranquil, ocean front oasis.
Kakaʻako is billed as the new 'live, work, play' neighborhood on Oahu's southern shore, and it's one of the hottest places to live. Nestled between Downtown and Ala Moana, this area is undergoing an exciting revitalization and a variety of new condominium and retail developments are in the works.
The vibrant area of Ala Moana is tucked between Waikiki and Honolulu Harbor and is one of the most sought after areas to live in. It's bordered by the chic Ala Moana Center, the world's largest open air shopping center. Stroll four levels of trendy, high-end stores and popular eateries interspersed among koi ponds and tropical landscaping. There's even a farmer's market located on Level 2. Shop here for goodies like Big Island Abalone, sea asparagus, chicken mango summer ...
The lively downtown area of Honolulu is an eclectic mix of contemporary mirrored high rises that border the bustling harbor, Asian markets and restaurants selling exotic food, and historical landmarks like the stately Aliiolani Hale, home to the Hawaii State Supreme Court and the King Kamehameha I statue.
Make your home in Makaha in affordable oceanfront condos with stunning views of the ocean and the lush Waianae Mountains. This small community is located on the Leeward side of the island, just north of Waianae along an unspoiled stretch of coastline
Pearl Ridge is a major condo market on the island of Oahu and for good reason. Since Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hickam Air Force Base and Camp Smith are just minutes away, the area is a convenient favorite for military and civilian personnel. Condo choices - which range from boutique high rises to charming townhouse neighborhoods - match the economics and preferences of a broad audience. Located near the Pearl Harbor shore and Aiea - a census-designated place (CDP) within ...
Salt Lake is a Honolulu suburb that originated in the 1960s during the height of a building boom. Today a collection of nearby military installations is creating a twenty-first century boom for housing and urban amenities.
The city of Mililani is newer than some condo buildings in Honolulu. Located near the center of Oahu, the city went on the drawing board in the early 1960s as a master planned community to help answer Honolulu's rising housing demand. Since the first homes went on the market in 1968, rapid population booms led to the formation of two census-designated places (CDPs) - Mililani Town on the West Side of Interstate H2 and the newer Mililani Mauka on the East Side. The city's explosive ...
If luxury living is what you're after, the exclusive Diamond Head area should be at the top of your list. Located on Hawaii's Gold Coast that runs along the base of the volcanic cone, this area is close to Waikiki Aquarium and the gorgeous 170 acre Kapiolani Park that borders the Pacific. Diamond Head condo owners are within walking distance of Waikiki and just a ten minute drive to downtown Honolulu.
Makiki has a small town charisma although it's only two miles from high energy in downtown Honolulu and slightly more than seven miles from the tourist excitement in Waikiki. But that's the beauty of condo ownership here - a quiet lifestyle on the edge of high energy and excitement. Lower Punchbowl, an extinct volcanic crater, and Tantalus Mountain are prominent elements of Makiki's natural landscape. While some condo dwellers are participants who thrive on facing the rugged ...
This beautiful master planned community was built on 1,100 acres in Ewa Beach on the Leeward side of Oahu. Neighborhoods are fringed with palm trees and lush tropical foliage and feature relatively new condos built between 2000 and 2008. It's a wonderful place to live, close to beaches, shops, and golf courses.
The resort community of Ko Olina is situated along a secluded portion of Oahu's leeward coast. This is a magnificent stretch of quiet, white sand beaches and crescent shaped lagoons. While it's a famous vacation destination - featuring resorts like JW Marriot's Ihilani Resort & Spa, the Aulani Disney Resort, and Ko Olina Beach Villas Resort, it's also home to year round residents that live in six unique communities interspersed throughout the area.
The cozy neighborhood of Kapiolani is just north of Waikiki and east of Ala Moana, bordered by the bustling Kapiolani Boulevard. It's a quiet residential area and the perfect place to live if you commute to downtown Honolulu for work, which many residents here do.
Maili may be one of the best kept secrets on Oahu. With a population of around 9,500, the 2.8 square-mile census-designated place (CDP) offers an ideal mix of island charm and small town feel. In addition to popular surfing and swimming spots at Maili Beach Park and Lualualie Beach Park, a handful of great restaurants and bars are favorite gathering places. Waianae town, which contains a mall and lots more dining choices, is less than two miles down the Farrington Highway, and the bright ...
The Punchbowl Area of Oahu is one of the most historically significant areas of the island. It's home to the Punchbowl Crater, an extinct volcanic tuff cone. This crater now serves as the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, one of the largest military cemeteries in North America, second only to Arlington National Cemetery. Most visitors are awed at the beauty of the cemetery including the stunning views from the top of the crater which include Downtown Honolulu, the valley, the mountains, and the sea.
Like many areas of Honolulu, Mililani Mauka originated as a master planned community on the outskirts of the city.
Punahou is a corridor that runs inland through Makiki and into Manoa from Waikiki. Though the area may seem small in comparison to others, it's big on prestige.
Tucked into the Hawaii Kai region of Oahu on the eastern tip of the island is the area of West Marina. Communities here are built along the seven fingers of land that make up the Hawaii Kai Marina, allowing many homes to have spectacular waterfront lots. West Marina condos are made up of a diverse collection of communities ranging from older, remodeled, resort-style developments overlooking the marina to newer, modern mid-rises with luxurious upgrades like marble flooring.
The lush Hahaione Valley is situated in the Hawaii Kai region of Oahu on the southeast side of the island, just twelve miles from downtown Honolulu. This tranquil residential area is tucked between the Koolau Mountains and the sea and is divided into Upper Hahaione and Lower Hahaione.
One of the many advantages of living in Lower Punchbowl, an area surrounding the base of the Punchbowl Crater, is the near proximity to Downtown Honolulu. Located close to the business district, this is downtown living at its best, ideally located within walking distance of a wide variety of restaurants, shops, and coffee houses.
Moiliili is one of the best kept secrets in Honolulu. Forty years ago, educators at the University of Hawaii wanted to create a college town ambiance around the campus.
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Last Updated: 2021-10-15