Built in 1995, 7 Floors with 96 Units, Studio - 1BR, Pets: No.
1BR units have 20ft ceiling in part of living room. Units use tankless water heaters.
The Honuakaha is one of the VERY few places that put you right in the middle of the picturesque historical part of Honolulu. Its site is right on the western border of Kakaako, where Downtown Honolulu begins.
From your home here you sit next to the iconic Royal Brewery building, with Kawaiahao Church, the Judiciary Building, with its beloved Kamehameha Statute, and Iolani Palace making up significant members of your immediate neighborhood. This is Old Hawaii at it's very best.
Your building is actually part fee-simple condominium, with a senior rental facility making up the rest. The 93 units that make up the condos side are a mix of Studio/1BR (504 or 510 sq ft) and 1BR/1BA (584, 594 or 628 sq ft).
Lanais are 20 to 46 sq ft of space that take in all the rich history and scenery of your surroundings, including the city lights of Honolulu.
Most are single-level, but 25 of these residences have a modern loft layout that has proved to be extremely popular, rarely coming up for sale. Their split-level floor plan has the feel of hip, urban living.
Even the hip are no fan of noise, though. With senior housing next door, the Kawaiahao Church cemetery across the street and businesses/offices around you, that won't be an issue.
Still, if you want to get some excitement, that's easily done. Stroll to the Ward area, already full of shopping and eating choices, with a lot more on the way in the new Kakaako. If you work Downtown, as so many do, you've got one of the best commutes around. You not only walk, but do so past the Palace and Kamehameha presiding over Honolulu.
Between the history around you, the proximity to the job center of Oahu and the future Kakaako taking shape today, you're in a dream location. You're at the crossroads of Honolulu's storied past and bright future at the Honuakaha so things look good no matter which way you turn.
The price range of condos for sale in Honuakaha is $435K with a median price of $435K and median interior of 584sf.
The median price of condos sold in Honuakaha year-to-date (2016) is $415K. In previous years it was $344K (2015), $287K (2014), $261K (2013), $265K (2012), $266K (2011), $253K (2010), $248K (2009), $258K (2008), $265K (2007), $285K (2006), $265K (2005), $185K (2004), $171K (2003).
1 condo has sold in Honuakaha year-to-date (2016). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 2 (2015), 4 (2014), 2 (2013), 8 (2012), 7 (2011), 4 (2010), 4 (2009), 4 (2008), 10 (2007), 7 (2006), 7 (2005), 4 (2004), 10 (2003).
On average Honuakaha condos were on the market for 15 days before they were sold (2016). In previous years it was 47 days (2015), 49 days (2014), 60 days (2013), 75 days (2012), 28 days (2011), 38 days (2010), 63 days (2009), 10 days (2008), 72 days (2007), 34 days (2006), 21 days (2005), 21 days (2004), 25 days (2003).
The total dollar volume of condos currently for sale in Honuakaha is $435K and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (2016) is $415K. In previous years sold dollar volume was $688K (2015), $1.25M (2014), $522K (2013), $2.21M (2012), $1.89M (2011), $1.03M (2010), $988K (2009), $1.08M (2008), $2.72M (2007), $2.05M (2006), $1.79M (2005), $773K (2004), $1.71M (2003).
The most recent sale in Honuakaha was a condo located at #642 , sold for $415K on Oct 11, 2016. It had 594sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #637 (594sf) sold for $400K on 9/18/2015. #339 (510sf) sold for $288K on 3/20/2015. #634 (594sf) sold for $395K on 12/12/2014. #224 (510sf) sold for $285K on 7/21/2014. #242 (510sf) sold for $280K on 6/30/2014. #435 (504sf) sold for $290K on 6/6/2014. #437 (510sf) sold for $263K on 4/8/2013. #428 (510sf) sold for $259K on 3/6/2013. #536 (504sf) sold for $259K on 10/19/2012.
In Honuakaha there is currently 1 fee simple units for sale.
There is 1 x 1 bedroom floor plan.
The MLS properties are based on information from the Multiple Listing Service of Hicentral MLS, Ltd. Listings last updated on December 10, 2016. Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.