About Coronet The Coronet is just above Thomas Square and the Honolulu Museum of Art, right in a crossroads of Honolulu. It's a location that brings benefits that pay dividends each and every day you live here.
We should start, though, with the fact that you have just 3 neighbors on your floor, so you've got a corner unit, guaranteed. That brings in the cooling cross breezes as well as opening up the views you have from this elevated spot.
Views like the Koolau Mountains, Diamond Head, the lights of Honolulu and the Pacific Ocean's soothing swells. Coronet residents can take in both Sunrise and Sunsets from home in some units, taking in those most beautiful moments of the day.
The 71 condos that populate the 19 stories here all have layouts of 2BR/2BA (1007 sq ft). Lanais will add to that from 67 to 160 sq ft more outside. Many of these have been enclosed, producing larger interior spaces.
Most of these properties are leasehold, but with a few that are fee simple. In some cases the fee is available for purchase, so be aware of this when looking at homes here.
With Downtown a couple of minutes away, the Ward Avenue corridor nearby taking you to Blaisdell and the new Kakaako springing up, plus H1 next door, you've got excellent access to both work and play options. No matter what your mood, or need, it's available to you from the Coronet.
The price range of condos for sale in CORONET is $595K with a median price of $595K and median interior of 1,167sf.
The median price of condos sold in CORONET year-to-date (Jan - May 23, 2017) is $405K. In previous years it was $315K (2016), $350K (2015), $230K (2014), $295K (2013), $280K (2012), $300K (2011), $352K (2010), $325K (2009), $336K (2007), $340K (2005), $285K (2004), $195K (2003).
2 condos have sold in CORONET year-to-date (Jan - May 23, 2017). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 3 (2016), 1 (2015), 1 (2014), 4 (2013), 3 (2012), 2 (2011), 2 (2010), 1 (2009), 1 (2007), 5 (2005), 3 (2004), 5 (2003).
On average CORONET condos were on the market for 44 days before they were sold (Jan - May 23, 2017). In previous years it was 106 days (2016), 73 days (2015), 90 days (2014), 66 days (2013), 69 days (2012), 80 days (2011), 65 days (2010), 17 days (2009), 98 days (2007), 27 days (2005), 43 days (2004), 46 days (2003).
The average days on market for CORONET condos before sold was 38 days April 2017.
The ratio of CORONET condos sales price vs list price was 81.3% April 2017
1 CORONET condo was sold April 2017
The total dollar volume of condos currently for sale in CORONET is $595K and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - May 23, 2017) is $810K. In previous years sold dollar volume was $888K (2016), $350K (2015), $230K (2014), $1.19M (2013), $846K (2012), $600K (2011), $705K (2010), $325K (2009), $336K (2007), $1.66M (2005), $830K (2004), $974K (2003).
The most recent sale in CORONET was a condo located at #1803 , sold for $260K on Apr 27, 2017. It had 1167sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #1602 (1,104sf) sold for $550K on 3/15/2017. #404 (1,007sf) sold for $208K on 12/1/2016. # (1,104sf) sold for $365K on 3/29/2016. #901 (1,007sf) sold for $315K on 1/29/2016. #203 (1,164sf) sold for $350K on 7/17/2015. #501 (1,167sf) sold for $230K on 4/28/2014. #2002 (1,167sf) sold for $330K on 10/18/2013. #801 (1,167sf) sold for $285K on 10/4/2013. #1904 (1,167sf) sold for $305K on 4/16/2013.
In CORONET there is currently 1 leasehold units for sale. 1 of the condo has ocean views, 1 has Diamond Head views and 1 has mountain views.