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A Few Remaining 2-Bedroom Condominiums from only $687,935

June 14th, 2013

There are still a handful of unbeatably-priced 2-bedroom homes available at Waihonua. The corner “Type H” residences boast inspiring views of the Ko’olaus, and are a great value in this perfectly situated new tower. And as it’s only one block from both Ala Moana Center and Ala Moana Beach Park, who could ask for a [...]

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June Sales Updates

June 7th, 2013

Beginning Monday, June 10, the Waihonua Sales Gallery will have new hours of operation: Open Wednesday through Sunday 12:00 noon – 6:00 pm We will be closed on Mondays and Tuesday. We’re also happy to report that last month we welcomed 10 more buyers to Waihonua, taking us to just over 95% sold! We’re still [...]

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Condo Mania!

June 3rd, 2013

Star-Advertiser, By Andrew Gomes

The nearly 5,000 units planned for the city’s urban core are expected to meet pent-up demand — or could even fall short. Lanikea. Hokua. Ko‘olani. Capitol Place. Keola La‘i. Moana Pacific. The Watermark. Allure Waikiki. Pacifica Honolulu. Holomua. These condominium towers in Honolulu were the product of the last real estate market boom, which prompted [...]

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June Construction Updates

May 29th, 2013

Construction at Waihonua continues as scheduled! To recap what happened last month, the concrete slab and columns for the second floor of the Tower were poured in mid-May, and the month ended with the completion of the third floor concrete work. As we head into June and continue working on the Tower’s third floor, it’s [...]

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May Construction Updates

May 17th, 2013

Construction is proceeding as scheduled over at Waihonua with the ground floor concrete slab and stairwells. The tower’s second floor will be completed by the end of May. The concrete columns rising above the construction fence represent the outline of the building. If things continue to go as planned, Waihonua is expected to “top off” [...]

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Iwi at building site not first for tower

October 23rd, 2012

Star Advertiser

Mounting discoveries of historic Native Hawaiian burials have created challenges for Kawaiaha‘o Church and the city’s planned rail line in Kakaako, and now a third construction project in the area must deal with the sensitive issue.  Read More >

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Power brokers promote Kakaako: The third city

March 27th, 2012

kitv.com

Landowners, stakeholders talk up vision at power lunch
By Catherine Cruz  Read More >

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Destination: Kakaako

March 21st, 2012

Honolulu Star Advertiser

Buyers of all ages and from all parts of the world are flocking to live in Kakaako.

BY LISA SCONTRAS  Read More >

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