Built in 1990, 51 Units on 15 Floors, 2 - 3BR, Pets: OK (verify).
Amenities include Pool, Whirlpool, Meeting Room, Exercise Room, Recreation Area.
Elevator passkeys serve only 2 units per floor to ensure your security.
About Queen Victoria Residences The Queen Victoria Residences are aptly named. The décor and features of both the common areas and the residences themselves seem to come directly from the age she reigned over. It's obvious from your first view of the building, just from the porte-cochere that's only missing a carriage drawn up beneath it. Come inside and you'll see even more exquisite touches.
Walk through the beautiful lobby with its polished floors, bright tones and fine furniture, get into the elevator and you're on your way home. Your ride ends in a small hallway which looks like something out of a hotel, with patterned wallpaper, contrasting trim and your door lit up from above.
Inside you'll find the kind of space you dream of having, but rarely get in Honolulu. The 2BRs start at 1,570 sq ft and go up to a huge 2,439. The 3BR layouts have an even greater range, from 1,895 to as much as 3,535 sq ft within them.
You'll love the recessed ceilings, walk-in closets and the many large windows that bring in natural light during the day. At night those windows take in an equally wonderful sight, the city lights of Honolulu that keep you company whenever you need some.
Being right on Beretania St in the Makiki neighborhood, you're a block from Blaisdell Center's full calendar of entertainment and events as well as the Academy of Art almost next door. Downtown is a 5 minute drive, too.
Ward Avenue, your cross street, takes you right to all the shops up there along with the ones that will be coming as part of the amazing new Kakaako project.
This is for the city dweller who loves classic luxury, but also wants modern comfort & security. If your tastes run to the refined, you owe it yourself to stop by the Queen Victoria Residences. Soon.
Queen Victoria Residences Condos - Trends & Statistics
The median price of condos sold in Queen Victoria Residences year-to-date (Jan - Jun 26, 2017) is $625K. In previous years it was $895K (2016), $1.17M (2015), $897K (2014), $887K (2013), $680K (2012), $1.07M (2011), $1.37M (2010), $877K (2008), $930K (2007), $998K (2006), $978K (2005), $765K (2004), $535K (2003).
1 condo has sold in Queen Victoria Residences year-to-date (Jan - Jun 26, 2017). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 2 (2016), 5 (2015), 4 (2014), 4 (2013), 3 (2012), 1 (2011), 2 (2010), 4 (2008), 1 (2007), 2 (2006), 7 (2005), 3 (2004), 4 (2003).
On average Queen Victoria Residences condos were on the market for 395 days before they were sold (Jan - Jun 26, 2017). In previous years it was 172 days (2016), 118 days (2015), 103 days (2014), 104 days (2013), 101 days (2012), 33 days (2011), 192 days (2010), 74 days (2008), 111 days (2007), 246 days (2006), 56 days (2005), 134 days (2004), 174 days (2003).
The total dollar volume sold in Queen Victoria Residences year-to-date has been $625K(Jan - Jun 26, 2017). In previous years sold dollar volume was $1.79M (2016), $5.72M (2015), $3.77M (2014), $3.53M (2013), $2.08M (2012), $1.07M (2011), $2.75M (2010), $3.54M (2008), $930K (2007), $1.99M (2006), $7.5M (2005), $2.17M (2004), $2.22M (2003).
The most recent sale in Queen Victoria Residences was a condo located at #404 , sold for $625K on Mar 20, 2017. It had 2129sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #301 (1,678sf) sold for $715K on 10/7/2016. #1203 (2,625sf) sold for $1.07M on 2/5/2016. #GPH2 (3,525sf) sold for $1.65M on 12/17/2015. #1003 (2,625sf) sold for $1.17M on 11/24/2015. #904 (2,129sf) sold for $970K on 10/14/2015. #1101 (2,504sf) sold for $1.2M on 9/22/2015. #402 (1,753sf) sold for $728K on 8/14/2015. #501 (1,678sf) sold for $695K on 12/9/2014. #1401 (2,504sf) sold for $1.1M on 9/4/2014.