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Park Lane Ala Moana in 2016 Honolulu, Oahu Learn More
Connected to Ala Moana’s internationally acclaimed retailer line-up, this exclusive neighborhood will offer breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean from a unique, low-rise environment where each unit possesses the spacious autonomy of a single family home with the security, convenience and amenities of the world’s most iconic condominium communities.
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One Ala Moana Honolulu, Oahu Learn More
Located at the internationally renowned Ala Moana Shopping Center, the 210-unit residential tower will redefine luxury living for discriminating global buyers who seek an urban experience with island-style ease. The design and ocean-view location make this condominium development unique on Oahu by infusing restaurants and clubs, designer shopping, concierge services, and beach access into daily life.
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Hokua Honolulu, Oahu Learn More
The premiere residential luxury high-rise in Honolulu is located across from Ala Moana Beach Park with soaring views of the ocean. These upscale condominiums integrate seamlessly with a mixed-use podium, including retail, office space, and restaurants.
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Capitol Place Honolulu, Oahu Learn More
One of Hawaii's premiere urban living destinations, this 394-unit luxury residential condominium — the first in downtown Honolulu in over 10 years — was completed in 2008.
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Kapolei Commons Kapolei, Oahu Learn More
A regional shopping center that creates a unique community gathering place for residents of West and Central Oahu, as well as visitors from nearby resorts. The “main street” format incorporates an outlet component alongside multiple dining and entertainment options.
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Kona Commons Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Island Learn More
The Power Center in Kailua-Kona on Hawaii Island represents the centerpiece of the master plan by the Queen Liliuokulani Trust, which will include new and improved roadways, parks, offices and housing developments. It provides a community gathering place and access to stores previously unavailable to Big Island residents.