Built in 1959, 6 Floors with 89 Units, Studio, 1 & 2BR Floor plans, Pets: No.
Amenities include Security Guard, Gardens, Pool & Meeting Room.
Its 6th floor penthouse was actually added on after the initial design, which is why it has a different look from the rest of the structure.
The association is planning for a complete plumbing upgrade in all 3 buildings, which is expected to start early 2017. They are also planning for an upgrade to the central water heating system. Bids for the upgrades are expected to come late 2016.
About Diamond Head Ambassador
It would be difficult to walk past the Diamond Head Ambassador condos without stopping to take in this unique complex of 3 buildings. It's no wonder, since it is the work of famed Hawaii architect Vladimir Ossipoff. The Japanese style architecture and the arched bridges linking the trio are something truly different and eye-catching. Other Gold Coast condos may stand taller, but none are so distinct or have the tasteful flair of this property.
Its singularity extends to other areas as well. Diamond Head Ambassador was one of the first co-op condominiums built on the Gold Coast, including what is still one of just 3 oceanside pools on this exclusive stretch of land. You'll also find, believe it or not, that one of the selling points for this condominium is the storage space available to residents! On the Gold Coast that is a premium, so the Diamond Head Ambassador is known for this asset.
The condos do tend to be on the smaller size, but that works in its favor for some as it makes the units more affordable than units in other nearby buildings. Living here, though, that's not as much of an issue since much of your time will be spent outside. The thriving streets of Waikiki are a short, oceanside walk to the west and vast Kapiolani Park lies across the road, inviting you for a jog or a round of tennis.
We didn't forget the greatest benefit of all. The Diamond Head Ambassador sits on an amazing stretch of the ocean, with some lanais on that side seeming to be literally over the water itself. You're that close to the waves. Listening to the Nature's lullaby in these tides is something you'll never forget, especially if you live here.
Diamond Head Ambassador B Condos - Trends & Statistics
The historic median sales price of condos sold in Diamond Head Ambassador B was $375K (2016), $549K (2015), $419K (2014), $610K (2013), $398K (2011), $575K (2010), $230K (2009), $537K (2008), $675K (2007), $1.34M (2006), $460K (2005), $380K (2004), $360K (2003).
0 condos have sold in Diamond Head Ambassador B year-to-date (Jan 21, 2017). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 3 (2016), 9 (2015), 4 (2014), 6 (2013), 1 (2011), 3 (2010), 1 (2009), 2 (2008), 7 (2007), 2 (2006), 9 (2005), 5 (2004), 7 (2003).
Historically, the average number of days it took to sell condos in Diamond Head Ambassador B was 180 days (2016), 182 days (2015), 116 days (2014), 58 days (2013), 18 days (2011), 19 days (2010), 145 days (2009), 219 days (2008), 76 days (2007), 115 days (2006), 52 days (2005), 53 days (2004), 94 days (2003).
The dollar volume of condos sold in Diamond Head Ambassador B was $1.07M (2016), $6.04M (2015), $1.67M (2014), $4.71M (2013), $398K (2011), $1.54M (2010), $230K (2009), $1.07M (2008), $4.62M (2007), $2.68M (2006), $4.63M (2005), $1.85M (2004), $2.64M (2003)
The most recent sale in Diamond Head Ambassador B was a condo located at #211 , sold for $289K on Nov 30, 2016. It had 310sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #407 (445sf) sold for $412K on 3/31/2016. # (495sf) sold for $375K on 3/15/2016. #PH 618 (1,116sf) sold for $1.65M on 11/3/2015. #301 (470sf) sold for $468K on 10/30/2015. #203 (645sf) sold for $799K on 10/28/2015. #A105 (452sf) sold for $740K on 6/12/2015. #205 (452sf) sold for $595K on 5/18/2015. #411 (310sf) sold for $289K on 3/27/2015. #307 (445sf) sold for $415K on 3/25/2015.