972 Units / 42 Floors
(This listing will be courtesy of Coldwell Banker. Condo Kakaako is not the developer for this project, we assist buyers looking for real estate in Kakaako/Ala Moana)
The Park on Keeaumoku condo towers is a proposed 3.5-acre twin-tower condo development in the heart of Midtown Ala Moana. This development will be the second largest development of its kind in the State of Hawaii, just behind 801 South Street. The two towers are named after the cross streets they front, Liona Tower & Rycroft Tower.
The proposed condo development from Keeaumoku Development LLC was approved by the city council members of Honolulu. Initial building height approvals were topped at 150 feet, however this development has received approval for an impressive 400 feet.
Twin tower condo developments have been a growing trend in Honolulu since the Moana Pacific development. More recently, Sky Ala Moana & 1500 Kapiolani have joined the trend proposing similar designs allowing for maximum usage of space. Fronting Keeaumoku street will be 88,000 square feet of commercial lease space. We can expect to see some great new businesses take footing in this dense and lively neighborhood.
The proposed towers will boast 836 market-rate multifamily units and 128 affordable units for the HHFDC housing program. The Park on Keeumoku is a pet friendly development too.
The Park on Keeaumoku boasts incredible indoor and outdoor amenities for both residents and the public. The development will have an attached 12-story parking structure which will hold more than enough parking for the 972 residential units and a plaza/park accessible to the public.
11,200 Sq. Ft. Food Hall
Disclaimer: These images are taken from early design proposals and are subject to change.
The Park on Keeaumoku will offer studio, one, two and three bedroom condo units for sale. Spacious floor to ceiling windows embrace the panoramic views of the Honolulu skyline and Diamond Head. A unique feature of this condo development is each unit is fitted with a large lanai to compliment the incredible views. All two and three bedroom units are accompanied by two full bathrooms in unit.
The kitchens are fitted with energy saving appliances to help cut down on energy usage and Quartz countertops. Each unit is topped off with modern fixtures and luxury vinyl plank flooring for easy cleaning and impressive aesthetics. All 2 and 3 bedroom units come with 2 full bathrooms.
The Towers will be developed in the area bounded by Keeaumoku, Liona and Rycroft streets in Midtown Ala Moana. This area has seen a massive resurgence in new businesses and restaurants. Steps away from the incredible shopping options of Ala Moana Shopping Center makes the proposed condo development at The Park on Keeaumoku a great locations to call home.
In addition to great residential amenities, The Park Keeaumoku Towers will be situated above The Grove - a nearly half acre retail and mixed use green space fronting Keeaumoku Street. This immersive space provides both public and residential usage for retail, landscaped walkways, kids play area, and a 11,200 sq. ft. indoor/outdoor food hall venue which will host both full service restaurants and bars. Floor to ceiling glass walls will make these new eateries highly visible and add new energy to the evolving Mid Town Ala Moana.
The plans for the towers do call for a portion of units to be reserved for an affordable housing at Keeumoku Towers program. In a recent release from the developer, the pricing for these units have been estimated to come in around 20% cheaper than both Sky Ala Moana and Azure which are both luxury towers hinting that this development would be good value for the location. There are rumors of a 30 year buyback program but not yet confirmed. For more information on the rules and restrictions for Affordable Housing please take a look at our FAQ.
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(Condo Kakaako is not the developer for this project, we assist buyers looking for real estate in Kakaako/Ala Moana)