Built in 2017
Maintenance Fee: $0.68 -$0.73/SF
Price Range: $750K - $1.5M
$968 2018 Avg. Price / Sqft
Keauhou Place is a 43 story mixed-use residential condominium tower located in the “Our Kaka’ako” master plan by Kamehameha Schools. It was completed in 2017 by Standford Carr development and features 388 high-rise tower units and 35 townhouses located at the base of the building. The building design was done in collaboration with Alakea Design Group and RMA Architects, both locally based.
The project cost about $250 million to develop and was wisely designed with local residents in mind. Attached to the project is Keauhou Lane, a 209-unit rental complex with 34,000 square feet of commercial spaces (restaurant, grocery, yoga, coffee shops) and a future attachment to the planned rail station. It’s no doubt a huge addition to the revitalized area.
Keauhou Place offers a decent mix of indoor/outdoor amenities for its price point including:
Heated Salt Water Pool and Hot Tub
4 BBQ and outdoor dining pavilions
Tot Lot (Kids play area)
Bike and Surfboard Storage
The recreation deck is on the smaller side but it makes do with the space available.
Keauhou Place has a mix of 388 one, two and three bedroom units in its 43 story high-rise portion. There are 11 residences per floor serviced by 4 elevators. The floors consist of 4 one-bedrooms (567 – 768 SF), 6 two-bedrooms (906 – 1157 SF) and 1 three-bedroom (1354-1442 SF).
Each residence features walk-in closets, floor to ceiling glass windows with outdoor lanai space, porcelain tile floor and carpet for living areas. The kitchen has nice European style cabinetry with quartz composite countertops and energy-efficient appliances.
Keauhou Place has a Ewa/Diamond Head (although Diamond Head is only partially visible) orientation. Ocean views are achievable from higher floors (around 25F and up). Although existing and upcoming structures can obstruct large portions of it. The Ewa side will have a longer lasting view of the harbor and ocean sunsets in my opinion, as it is unlikely Restaurant Row and its surrounding buildings will be torn down and built into a high-rise anytime soon.
Keauhou Place is located in the A1 block of the “Our Kakaako” master plan and is bound by South St., Halekauwila St., Pohukaina St., and Keawe St.. The neighborhood is rapidly changing In addition to the shops which Keauhou Lane bring in, within walking distance are great dining options at Restaurant Row and other shopping and dining at Salt at Kakaako. And as more development and the rail enter through this neighborhood, there will be more additions to come.
Beach access is not walkable here, although you can hop in a car or bike and be at Ala Moana Beach Park in 5 minutes. This neighborhood also borders downtown Honolulu and is a very convenient location for those who work there.
High School: Mckinley
Salt, Down To Earth, Restaurant Row
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