Some of the penthouse units have parking spots with their own garage doors – inside the already secured parking garage!
About Waikiki Landmark The Waikiki Landmark condo was built at a time when Japanese investment in Hawaii was at its absolute peak. Stories spread at the time about one Japanese billionaire who would tour local neighborhoods in his limousine. When a home caught his eye, he'd stop and make an offer to the homeowners on the spot. Most amazing of all? It really happened. That was the environment the Waikiki Landmark was built in, which will help you truly understand its story.
It was this state of mind that envisioned this grand building(s) with the Japanese luxury buyer as the targeted customer. How could it lose? Simple. By Japan suddenly entering a long, deep recession. Almost overnight the Waikiki Landmark's target market disappeared.
The 'spare no expense' attitude during the building process hurt it further because the pricing of the condos was necessarily higher than equivalent properties, making any other buyers uninterested as well. This convergence of Japan's fiscal woes and its pricing outside the market's limits caused the unimaginable – the gigantic structure sat empty for the next several years.
Still, this was an impressive residence and had a lot going for it. The unique dual towers bridged at the top by 5 stories of penthouse units made it truly unique and desirable. The incredible views of the ocean, Waikiki and the mountains stood out as well. Not to mention the 3 pools, one of them Olympic sized with a wave design, not found in any condo in Waikiki. With quality and features like this, what was needed was time for the market to catch up more than anything else.
Finally, Oaktree Capital Management bought the $155M mortgage for $50M, less than 1/3 its value, and foreclosed on the original developer. Waikiki Landmark condos were for sale once again. It would take a decade from completion for it to sell out, but the years since have proven the concept of this place was a good one. It was the timing that was bad.
Now, Waikiki Landmark condos are known for their comfort, luxury and amenities, not just its history anymore. Its residents are taken care of quite well with safety a priority. There are a number of security guards on duty at all time plus the cameras and secured-entry doors and elevators are top quality as well. Of course, the one thing no one can guard completely against is another recession. This time, though, the Waikiki Landmark condo is in a much better position.
The price range of condos for sale in Waikiki Landmark is $268K to $12.5M with a median price of $2.56M and median interior of 2,622sf.
The median price of condos sold in Waikiki Landmark year-to-date (Jan - Apr 30, 2017) is $825K. In previous years it was $700K (2016), $750K (2015), $755K (2014), $664K (2013), $657K (2012), $590K (2011), $680K (2010), $670K (2009), $690K (2008), $685K (2007), $741K (2006), $700K (2005), $530K (2004), $349K (2003).
4 condos have sold in Waikiki Landmark year-to-date (Jan - Apr 30, 2017). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 11 (2016), 19 (2015), 15 (2014), 18 (2013), 10 (2012), 15 (2011), 11 (2010), 13 (2009), 5 (2008), 13 (2007), 12 (2006), 31 (2005), 27 (2004), 42 (2003).
On average Waikiki Landmark condos were on the market for 118 days before they were sold (Jan - Apr 30, 2017). In previous years it was 97 days (2016), 132 days (2015), 118 days (2014), 72 days (2013), 40 days (2012), 92 days (2011), 81 days (2010), 116 days (2009), 150 days (2008), 73 days (2007), 79 days (2006), 70 days (2005), 63 days (2004), 95 days (2003).
The average days on market for Waikiki Landmark condos before sold was 7 days March 2017 compared to 56 days March 2016.
The ratio of Waikiki Landmark condos sales price vs list price was 97.8% March 2017 compared to 89.7% March 2016.
1 Waikiki Landmark condo was sold March 2017 compared to 1 condo sold March 2016.
The total dollar volume of condos currently for sale in Waikiki Landmark is $35.6M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan - Apr 30, 2017) is $3.29M. In previous years sold dollar volume was $9.06M (2016), $15.41M (2015), $11.94M (2014), $10.8M (2013), $6.33M (2012), $8.39M (2011), $8.78M (2010), $7.62M (2009), $3.82M (2008), $9.46M (2007), $9.74M (2006), $21.55M (2005), $18.33M (2004), $16.98M (2003).
The most recent sale in Waikiki Landmark was a condo located at #2901 , sold for $830K on Mar 17, 2017. It had 1318sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #2304 (1,324sf) sold for $815K on 2/15/2017. #3306 (1,239sf) sold for $820K on 2/8/2017. #3005 (1,308sf) sold for $830K on 1/27/2017. #3004 (1,324sf) sold for $800K on 10/7/2016. #2704 (1,324sf) sold for $840K on 9/28/2016. #2706 (1,128sf) sold for $700K on 8/18/2016. #705 (1,202sf) sold for $655K on 7/22/2016. #3802 (4,607sf) sold for $2.7M on 6/29/2016. #2403 (1,111sf) sold for $715K on 6/21/2016.
In Waikiki Landmark there is currently 9 fee simple and 1 leasehold units for sale. 4 of the condos have ocean views, 4 have Diamond Head views and 8 have mountain views.
There are 2 studio floor plans, 1 x 1 bedroom floor plan, 2 x 2 bedroom floor plans, 3 x 3 bedroom floor plans and 1 x 4 bedroom floor plan.