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      OPEN: 06/30, 2pm - 5pm
      Experience the pinnacle of island living with this single-level townhouse at Marina Palms in Hawaii Kai! This stunning, move-in ready 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom unit boasts new luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout, fresh interior paint, and an ideal blend of indoor/outdoor living that brings tranquility to resort-style living. Accessibility is a key feature, with no steps to navigate and two standard-sized parking stalls conveniently located right outside the entrance. This spacious, pet friendly townhome provides the comfort and privacy of a single-family home, while offering the convenience and ease of townhome living. The enclosed front patio and covered lanai leading to the Marina provide ample space perfect for entertaining your favorite guests. A split AC unit ensures comfort on warm tropical days, while the nearby pool and jacuzzi offer luxurious relaxation and rejuvenation. Conveniently located just minutes from Maunalua Bay, Costco, and numerous beaches and hiking trails, this property encapsulates the coveted Hawaii Kai lifestyle.
      6215 keokea place #128, Honolulu
      Townhome in marina palms
      $875,000 | 3 bd, 2 ba | 1,006 sqft
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      OPEN: 06/23, 2pm - 5pm
      NEW LISTING! Stylish, sophisticated WATERFRONT home with stunning marina, mountain views and custom dock with room for two boats! Experience marina living in this beautiful, modern SINGLE-LEVEL executive residence located inside a quiet cul-de-sac. This 2017 renovated and rare gem features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a wide-open floorplan that seamlessly transitions to an expansive, luxurious lanai that's perfect for entertaining. Gorgeous chef's kitchen includes quartz counters, sleek lacquer cabinets, high-end appliances including Sub-Zero fridge and a 300-gallon saltwater fish tank. Covered lanai has counterspace, sink, wall-mounted TV, 2 ceiling fans, Wolf gas grill, ice maker, fridge, Bose sound system. Pool area has Jacuzzi and rock waterfall, all surrounded by high hedges and trees for privacy. Upgraded tile flooring and a separate unfinished workshop that offers the potential and space for extra bedroom, office, gym or mother-in-law suite. 36 owned PV solar panels on net metering program, along with a Tesla wall charger. Located in the heart of Hawaii Kai, enjoy easy access to The Oahu Club, beaches, hiking, Costco, Safeway, restaurants! Don't miss this one!
      6806 hapuna place, Honolulu
      Home in west marina
      $3,200,000 | 4 bd, 3 ba | 2,383 sqft
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      OPEN: 06/23, 2pm - 5pm
      Amazing opportunity to own in Hawaii Kai's highly coveted Mount Terrace building.  This spacious 1644 sq ft floor plan with breathtaking unobstructed mauka-to-makai views from the newly installed floor-to-ceiling windows makes this unit one of a kind. Preferred corner end B unit features double entry doors, central AC with a newer motor, new blinds, stainless steel appliances, separate storage locker, two spacious parking stalls, 24/7 doorman service, and resort-like amenities.  You'll have a sense of luxury every time you arrive home.  Amenities include a heated pool and hot tub, sauna, exercise room, racquetball court, entertainment space, barbecue area, walking path, designated car wash area, and ample guest parking.  Shopping, restaurants, Costco, and endless ocean activities are just a short distance away. A few photos have been virtually staged(enhanced).
      250 kawaihae street #7b, Honolulu
      Condo in mt terrace
      $990,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 1,644 sqft
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      OPEN: 06/23, 1pm - 5pm
      Embrace modern living at its finest in the pet-friendly Hale Ka Lae condo. This is an efficiently designed two-bedroom with an ensuite primary bedroom.  Constructed in 2016, Hale Ka Lae is the newest residential gem in Hawaii Kai without excessive HOA fees. Are you concerned about hurricane insurance?  Rest assured, at Hale Ka Lae, the AOUO is fully compliant with no assessments.   As an owner at Hale Ka Lae, you'll enjoy an array of premium amenities including a sparkling pool, a dedicated dog park, inviting BBQ areas, a media room, and the convenience of two secure, assigned parking stalls. Experience the best value in Hawaii Kai with a home that combines contemporary comforts and a prime location, making it the ultimate retreat for the discerning buyer.
      7000 hawaii kai drive #3503, Honolulu
      Condo in hale ka lae
      $720,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 691 sqft
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      OPEN: 06/23, 2pm - 5pm
      Spacious living for all! Original owner, exceptionally well cared for single level home with over 1700 SF of living!  Large living room with open beam ceiling adds volume and space!  Wide open rumpus room for TV & movie nights!  PLUS a great utility room for your home office, craft room, or....YOU decide! GRAND front yard for play or pet romp - Kamaaina living at its best!  Happy Father's Day, 1st showings, 1st open on Sunday 6/16/24 special hours 12-4 pm (note special-Sunday hours 12-4 pm)
      324 honono street, Honolulu
      Home in koko head terrace
      $1,295,000 | 3 bd, 2 ba | 1,720 sqft
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      OPEN: 06/23, 2pm - 5pm
      The Esplanade in HAWAII KAI is community living at it Best!  This large 1 bedroom unit has an expansive lanai to enjoy your morning coffee with the Morning Sun Rays on your back. This private secluded home is welcoming and bright with a view of Koko Head. A renovated ground floor unit give you plenty of room for working from home and or entertaining. Nothing left for you to do except move in and enjoy the newer cabinets, countertops and  appliances.  You will love the large primary bedroom, walk in  closet and shower.  Central AC and ceiling fans keep you comfortable and cool.  In unit washer and dryer for your convenience, storage space, boat slip (upon availability) Resort living with a large Heated Salt water pool, Recreation deck, workout room, Sauna, BBQ's, putting green, shuffleboard, tennis and pickleball courts. PET FRIENDLY -  Restaurants, Shops, Costco and Beaches all nearby.  Walking path to Luna Kai Park.  Marina Front Property.
      500 lunalilo home road #31c, Honolulu
      Condo in esplanade
      $659,000 | 1 bd, 1 ba | 881 sqft
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      OPEN: 06/23, 3pm - 6pm
      Rarely available & highly sought-after townhouse in the gated Hawaii Kai Peninsula. The complex is pet-friendly, w/great amenities, including a beautiful pool, spa, wading pool, meeting/party room, playground, exercise room, gazebo, picnic tables, BBQs, large grassy parks, boat docks (pending availability), a breathtaking marina promenade, & 24/7 security. Well-maintained unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, attached 1-car enclosed garage, a parking stall (tandem) outside the garage, additional open resident parking, & ample guest parking in the complex. Spacious garage w/plenty of storage. The kitchen has been beautifully upgraded w/refaced cabinet doors, soft-close hardware, solid countertops, & stainless steel appliances. The unit features a well-thought-out floor plan, w/a spacious living & dining area that flows nicely to the hallway, providing privacy w/the 2 bedrooms located on opposite sides of the unit. The split A/C will keep you cool during the warmer summer months. Washer & dryer in unit. Conveniently located near shopping, Costco, restaurants, HK Golf Course, & world-famous Hanauma Bay & Sandy Beach. Must see to appreciate! Some photos have been virtually enhanced.
      520 lunalilo home road #v5401, Honolulu
      Townhome in hawaii kai peninsula i
      $925,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 960 sqft
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      About Hawai’i Kai

      As a marina community, Hawai’i Kai residences are on or nearby narrow peninsulas between inland waterways. Beyond the waterways, lovely neighborhoods are not far from the marina area on beautifully landscaped streets. Hawai’i Kai also includes subdivisions and custom homes up the mountain ridges and in lush valleys. It is a small-town atmosphere, but sunny, breezy Hawai’i Kai has everything needed to make living here convenient, casual, and comfortable.

      Hawai’i Kai has 27 neighborhoods, from Maunalua Bay to the Ko’olau Mountains.

      The three distinct Hawai’i Kai residential areas are known for their distinctive features. The oldest area is on the makai side of Kalaniana’ole Hwy. between the ocean and the west side of the volcanic vent tuff sheltering Hanauma Bay on the other side. The Portlock neighborhoods face west and are known for fabulous views down the coastline to Diamond Head.

      Some older homes on fashionable Portlock Road date to the 1930s and 1940s and are generally updated but still exude that early 20th century Hawai’i elegance. The Koko Kai and “Triangle” neighborhoods have homes built in the 1960s and later. Lots are limited in these affluent, in-demand Portlock neighborhoods, so older, outdated homes may be seen being torn down to build new luxury homes. The home styles may be varied, but the Hawai’i concept of bringing the outdoors in and blending with the natural surroundings is evident.

      Henry J. Kaiser, the famous industrialist, retired with his wife to Hawai’i. He built his spacious modern home on the oceanfront along Portlock Road in 1959. However, Kaiser didn’t stay retired for long. He envisioned the marina community that is Hawai’i Kai today, as the next distinct residential area.

      In 1961, Kaiser signed a lease with Bishop Estates, the landowner. Kaiser’s construction crews began dredging Kuapā Pond, a large ancient Hawaiian fishing pond. Dredging the pond and building retaining walls for peninsulas of land between channels of water created the marina’s inland waterways. The plan also filled in and leveled large areas on the pond’s edges for further residential development.

      West Marina, with homes along the waterways and featured homeowner boat docks, was the first neighborhood completed in 1962. Then more homes were built on peninsulas and the leveled land near the water. The original marina homes were the popular mid-century, low-ceiling, single-story homes. Many today have been renovated or remodeled. The marina has a little over 1200 homes on peninsulas and nearby. Several townhouse and condominium developments are also a part of the marina area.

      The Hawai’i Kai vision expanded to include a golf course in 1973 and neighborhoods of townhouses and homes on the east side of Koko Head, near the golf course. The latest Hawai’i Kai development is here, Koko Villas, completed in 2006.

      The third distinct residential area began with subdivision expansion up the ridges of the Ko’olau Mountains. Mariner’s Ridge, a pleasant community with scenic views of the ocean, the marina, and Koko Head, was the first subdivision. Expansion continued, and custom homes have been built farther up this ridge and on other ridges. Residential development also continued into the valleys.


      Hawai’i Kai is very diverse, having many different homes styles and a wide range of prices. If the traffic or drive is slightly too long for you, I recommend browsing homes for sale in Kahala or homes for sale in Kaimuki. ‘Āina Haina and Niu Valley is slightly closer to Hawai’i Kai, but you still might hit the traffic.

      The marina lifestyle has drawn people to Hawai’i Kai.

      Hawai’i Kai is a relatively new community, with the latest neighborhood completed less than twenty years ago. The marina lifestyle has attracted people largely from urban Honolulu and those who love the idea of marina living.

      A shot of Mawaena Kai with its townhomes on the water. This is "marina living" at its best.
      A shot of Mawaena Kai with its townhomes on the water. This is "marina living" at its best.

      The largest percentage of the population is about 50/50 Asian and White. The greater percentage of working individuals is executive, administrative, professional, sales, and service. Though many residents have busy work schedules, Hawai’i Kai is a beautiful, relaxed place to come home to! Whether young or older, Hawai’i Kai residents love the outdoors and the striking beauty of their neighborhoods - from the ocean to the mountains.

      Ideal weather is commonplace!

      Temperatures average between 72°F (22°C) and 75°F (24°C) during the winter months and 77°F (25°C) and 81°F (27°C) during the summers months. The monthly average of sunshine is between 28 and 29 days. The clean, fresh trade winds blow across Hawai’i Kai 250-300 days annually.

      What perfect weather for sailing, boating, paddling, kiteboarding, windsurfing on Maunalua Bay, or hiking around to Hanauma Bay for snorkeling! Yes, and it’s excellent weather for hiking the many trails in and around Hawai’i Kai, too.

      The commute downtown may not always go smoothly.

      Bishop Street, the center of downtown Honolulu, is 12-13 miles from the Hawai’i Kai Marina via Kalaniana’ole Hwy. and the H-1 Freeway. Kalaniana’ole Hwy. is the only access west to town until Kahala. During rush hour, if heavy traffic or an unforeseen incident is holding up traffic, the commute can be much longer than 20-30 minutes.

      Some offices allow staggered work hours, which helps alleviate rush hour traffic and the anxiety that goes with it. With the advent of the Covid virus, many people worked and continue to work from home, enjoying the serene environment Hawai’i Kai offers.

      The Bus, public transportation, travels to downtown, Ala Moana Center, and the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. Additional routes weave their way through Hawai’i Kai. Taxi, Uber, and Lyft services are also available.

      Hawai’i Kai is a safe place to live!

      According to 2021 statistics, Hawai’i Kai is 60% below the national average in violent crimes. Property crime is 12% below the national average. Several neighborhoods have neighborhood watch programs. Looking out for one another is another aspect of the caring community involvement.

      The public schools are above average; private schools are nearby.

      Hawai’i Kai has three public elementary schools (PK-5). According to Great Schools criteria, Koko Head Elementary ranks the highest overall (8 out of 10) and ranks 9 out of 10 in test scores. The middle school (6-8) is next-door in Niu Valley and also ranks 9 out of 10 in test scores. Kaiser High School (9-12) ranks 9 out of 10 in college preparation and 10 out of 10 in test scores.

      Private and religious schools (PK-12) are located along the H-1 Freeway in Kahala and Manoa.

      There are a few excellent preschool choices in Hawai’i Kai and nearby, with more in Kahala and Manoa.

      University of Hawai’i Kapi’olani Community College is near Diamond Head in Kaimuki, about 7 miles from Koko Marina Center. University of Hawai’i at Manoa is just off the H 1 Freeway, 9 miles from Koko Marina Center.

      Major health care clinics and urgent are are in the marina area.

      Straub Medical Center, The Queen’s Health Care Center, and Kaiser Permanente have clinics in Hawai’i Kai. Straub’s clinic in Koko Marina Center is also an urgent care facility, and Niu Health has an urgent care clinic in the Hawai’i Kai Towne Center.

      Honolulu has several outstanding hospitals. Straub Medical Center, The Queen’s Medical Center, Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children, and Shriners Children’s Hospital are all within minutes of Hawai’i Kai via the H-1 Freeway.

      On the western boundaries of Honolulu, Kaiser Permanente’s Moanalua Medical Center and Tripler Army Medical Center for military personnel, their dependents, and retirees are also accessible via the H-1 Freeway.

      Three popular shopping centers add lots of convenience and fun!

      The Hawai’i Kai Shopping Center has a Safeway, Longs Drugs, and 20 other shops and eateries. Costco is located in Hawai’i Kai Towne Center with City Mill, a Ross store, the multi-awarded original Roy’s restaurant, and other shops and eateries.

      Koko Marina Center is the first shopping center in Hawai’i Kai and is still the hangout for many long-time residents and young surfers. It has a fitting nautical ambiance, with watersports-related shops, specialty shops, and some waterfront dining choices. It also has a movie plex. The center is on Kalaniana’ole Hwy. on the way to Hanauma Bay, so it attracts a lot of tourists.

      From Asian and European ethnic options to new American cuisine, Hawai’i Kai has it all.

      After a busy workday or a fun-filled one on the bay, there is no need to head west into Kaimuki or Waikiki for dinner; there are plenty of delicious choices right here in Hawai’i Kai. Several small shops have take-out or tables for a quick bite, be it poke and local favorites, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, or just sandwiches and burgers. If fine dining is desired, Roy’s is an award-winning choice, but there are also other fine restaurant choices in Hawai’i Kai .

      Photo Credit: Instagram, Kona Brewing Company
      Photo Credit: Instagram, Kona Brewing Company

      For a bit of affordable Hawaiian nostalgia, on the Koko Marina Center docks is Kona Brewing Company, a local Big Island brewer. Besides the charm of Koko Marina Center, a traditional Hawaiian canoe house inspires the restaurant’s design. It features indoor-outdoor casual dining with views of the marina waterways and Hawai’i Kai’s mountain backdrop, a lovely Hawaiian tropical setting. Though already living in beautiful Hawai’i Kai, residents never tire of the marina or supporting local Hawai’i businesses.

      The fish tacos are onolicious, but not always available as the fish must be fresh! Many menu items have Hawai’i-sourced products and add that Hawaiian flavor to the dishes. Macadamia Nut Crusted Fish with Hanalei IPA-lilikoi beurre blanc has my mouth watering! Keiki dishes are on the menu also. Liquid Aloha is Kona Brewing’s signature slogan, and their brews, lagers and ales, can be enjoyed here, along with wine and cocktail selections.

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