Price Filter Price
      Home Type Filter by Home Type
      Beds & Baths Filter by Bedrooms and Bathrooms
      Just Listed
      Virtual Tour
      Recently Built
      More More filters

      Filters Filter listings by ...
      Save Search
      OPEN: 03/26, 2pm - 4pm
      Come home to this pristine newly renovated luxury end unit with an ocean view on the quiet side of this iconic building, 1350 Ala Moana.   New luxury vinyl plank floors, new windows with custom made Levelor blinds, updated bathrooms with new vanities and toilets and new ceiling fans in the bedrooms & hallway bath,  as well as new window a/c units.  Expansive 100 square foot lanai creates added living space to enjoy el fresco dining or seating while watching the beautiful Hawaiian sunsets.    This Kakaako condo building is the best kept secret value if your desire is to have a great location in a trendy neighborhood with a price tag that beats other luxury buildings surrounding it.   The lobby and amenities exude a resort-like feel and the personalized luxury service with a front reception is second to none.   The staff along with a Resident Manager located on property delivers the type of service you would expect at luxury residences and hotels.   Located across from Ala Moana Shopping Center, the Ala Moana Beach Park and all the restaurants and retail outlets just minutes away.   A secured and well managed building gives an added sense of comfort.    Your Hawaii life awaits you.
      1350 ala moana boulevard #2311, Honolulu
      Condo in 1350 ala moana
      $828,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 968 sqft
      Save this listing
      OPEN: 04/02, 2pm - 5pm
      In the heart of KAKAAKO with OCEAN & CITY views!  Rarely available high floor "07" for sale.  Well-kept 2-bedroom/ 1.5-bath & 2 unassigned parking stalls in 801 Building A.  Washer/Dryer in the unit and sprinkler protected. Building features: Extremely low maintenance fee, pet friendly, 24 hours security, lots of parking stall for guests & lobby with WIFI for residents. Minutes to Downtown, China Town, Ala Moana Shopping Center, Ward Village, Hospitals & Eateries. Close to bus lines. Monthly property tax amount based on 2022 assessment.
      801 south street #3007, Honolulu
      Condo in 801 south st
      $820,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 776 sqft
      Save this listing
      OPEN: 03/26, 2pm - 5pm
      Welcome to Waihonua, an Oasis in the best part of the Ala Moana neighborhood. This 3 bed/2 bath corner residence features mountain and ocean views and convenient access to the Ala Moana Beach Park, the iconic Ala Moana Shopping Center and the ever-improving Ward Village. You'll grow to comfortably rely upon the professional, attentive staff for cheerful access to the well-appointed fitness center, private theater, heated infinity pool, bbq cabanas, club room w/ full kitchen, cocktail lounge, dog park, and guest suites. Enjoy the preferred 05 stack, allowing panoramic ocean view from the Main Bedroom, and East-facing 2nd and 3rd Bedrooms. For qualifying homeowners, there is an assumable 2.25% VA Loan interest rate on this property. Please act quickly, your new home will not be available for much longer!
      1189 waimanu street #1405, Honolulu
      Condo in waihonua
      $1,449,000 | 3 bd, 2 ba | 1,227 sqft
      Save this listing
      OPEN: 03/26, 2pm - 5pm
      Preferred 01 unit. Lovely Ocean and Park View! The 01 unit has a large lanai on a corner apartment. Ideal for people who like to cook, with a seperate kitchen and dining room. Master Bedroom is large and has a spacious bathroom within. This floor plan has a seperate private studio apt which has been remodeled for seperate occupant if desired, or use for extended family, or live in the large 1 bedroom apt,  and rent the studio or use as a 2/2 apt.  Currently, studio is rented for $1,800. p month, (nearly covers the MF ! ) Guest Parking, and Electric charging station available. Surfboard storage and bike storage. Well planned building.  Location, Location, Location, with short walk to shopping center, theaters, and restaurants of Kakaaka. One of the Best built buildings on the island. Very convenient access to beach and park across the street.  Amenities include, swimming pool and rec deck with Ocean View, B B Q area, tennis court, and more. Lots of Quiet- Privacy.  Seller Motivated! Will consider all reasonable offers!  Gorgeous grounds, well maintained building  Priced to sell today. Reduced Price 2nd Open Sunday 3-19-23    2 to 5
      1330 ala moana boulevard #1001, Honolulu
      Condo in nauru tower
      $1,089,000 | 2 bd, 2 ba | 1,385 sqft
      Save this listing
      OPEN: 03/26, 2pm - 5pm
      Welcome to your new home in this beautiful 1-bedroom condo with a large lanai, perfect for enjoying the breathtaking sunset views over the ocean. This luxurious condo features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows that let in natural light and showcase the stunning panoramic views.  The living room is equipped with a modular murphy bed, allowing for maximum flexibility and space-saving convenience. The condo also features a full-size washer and dryer, making laundry day a breeze.  The kitchen boasts top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances with a SubZero Refrigerator, perfect for preparing gourmet meals. The marble floors throughout the unit add a touch of elegance and luxury to your living space.  The bathroom features a premium upgraded bidet system with an automatic flush and seat warmer, providing ultimate comfort and convenience.  You'll never want to leave your lanai as you take in the stunning ocean views and feel the ocean breeze. This condo is perfect for anyone looking for a luxurious and convenient lifestyle, with easy access to all the amenities of city living.
      415 south street #1202, Honolulu
      Condo in one waterfront tower
      $620,000 | 1 bd, 1 ba | 804 sqft
      Save this listing

      About Kakaako

      Along the coastline and next to the downtown business district, Kakaako is being transformed from a commercial area to a vibrant urban planned neighborhood. The low-rise and high-rise mixed-use condo community has over 10,000 residents at present and 30,000 projected when the last condo unit is sold. The neighborhood will provide commuting, shopping, cultural enrichment, and lifestyle options when the transformation is complete. Kakaako is within minutes of marinas, parks, and beaches. On its eastern border are Ala Moana Shopping Center and the gateway to Waikiki.

      Exciting planned communities in a revitalized urban neighborhood

      In the 1950s, zoning changed Kakaako from a primarily residential community to a commercial and industrial area, causing many residents to move elsewhere. Today, Kakaako is returning to its residential roots. While a small corner of Kakaako has older single-family homes, two master planned communities are at the forefront of reviving the area. The plans include low-rise apartments and high-rise condos. Together these visionaries are creating a synergistic urban neighborhood with all the inclusive amenities for a vibrant lifestyle.

      Reflecting Kakaako’s cultural heritage

      Kamehameha Schools, partnering with local developers, is in the midst of constructing its planned community, Our Kakaako. Excited about the vitality this planned community is bringing back to Kakaako, Kamehameha Schools describes it as a place “where cultural values and modern spaces coexist in harmony!” It’s all about creating a vibrant future while remembering the heritage that will shape it.

      The Our Kakaako plans for a trendy local community include mixed-use rental units and saleable high-rise condos. The first increment of two has been constructed. The second increment is scheduled to include Alia, Kahuina, Kaliu, and several unannounced developments.

      Kakaako mural near behind Fisher Hawaii.
      Kakaako mural near behind Fisher Hawaii.

      High-rise condos built before the planned community benefit from the new amenities, such as the repurposed Salt shopping block with its boutiques, restaurants, creative workplaces, and ongoing events. Murals and street art featuring the history and legacy of Kakaako enliven walking areas and gathering places, enhancing the sense of community. Breweries and shops in renovated warehouses add to the unique character of evolving Kakaako.

      A world-class community honoring its cultural past

      With several planned communities in its portfolio, The Howard Hughes Corporation is developing Ward Village. The company avows a “commitment to design excellence and to the cultural life of its communities.” Indeed, Architectural Digest magazine named Ward Village “Best-Planned Community in the United States” in 2017. The chosen designer for each project has world-class credentials.

      Ward Village also has the highest Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for Neighborhood Development. A few features of this certification are protecting and preserving local ecology, encouraging renewable energy production, and providing open public spaces that promote community and physical activities.

      Kakaako Condos and Developments

      Ward Village

      Ward Village in Kakaako will eventually include 4,500 condos.

      The Park Ward VillagePre-sale

      This 41-story luxury residence will feature 41 floors with 545 units.

      Ulana Ward VillagePre-sale

      A reserved housing development surrounded by green space.


      ‘A‘ali‘i was intelligently designed to simplify urban living.

      Kalae Ward VillagePre-sale

      Ward Village's 10th tower will have unobstructed ocean views.


      Koula, known for fusing luxury and nature, is Ward Village's 6th tower.


      A mixed-use tower with Whole Foods Market on the 1st floor.


      A well-designed luxury tower with an expansive amenity deck.

      Victoria PlaceResale

      Inspired by Victoria Ward's vision of a lively family estate.

      Ke KilohanaResale

      Ke Kilohana is a 43-story, 424-unit condo off of Ward Ave.


      A skyscraper architectural marvel, Waiea is elevating luxury.


      A mixed-used 42-story building with ocean and city views.

      Our Kakaako

      A walkable hip community embedded deeply in Hawaiian culture.

      Alia KakaakoPre-sale

      Alia is a planned luxury condo project in Kakaako, Honolulu.

      KahuinaComing soon

      Kahuina will offer affordable, workforce, & market rate housing.

      KaliuComing soon

      Our Kakaako's newest project includes 340 market-priced condos.

      The CollectionResale

      The Collection, built in 2016 in Our Kakaako, is now on resale.

      Keauhou PlaceResale

      Keauhou Place is made up of 388 condo units & 35 townhomes.

      400 KeaweResale

      400 Keawe is a 6 story mixed-use development in Our Kakaako.


      Hokua is Honolulu's first luxury high rise built in 2006.


      Waihonua is located between Ala Moana Mall and Ward Village.


      Koolani is centrally located between Ala Moana and Ward Village.

      Pacifica HonoluluResale

      Pacifica Honolulu offers 492 condos with unique floor plans.

      The Launiu Ward VillageProposed

      Launiu is a proposed luxury condo development in Ward Village.

      Symphony HonoluluResale

      Symphony Honolulu, built in 2016, has 45 floors with 388 units.

      The units in the first five high-rise condo towers are sold or being re-sold in the real estate market. The sixth and seventh Ward Village high-rise towers are in the last stages of construction. The plan is for 16 towers in a range of prices from “affordable” to incredibly luxurious. The ninth tower, Ulana, will feature reserved, or affordable, housing units as did the completed ‘A’ali’i tower. The recently approved tenth tower, Kalae, is now selling unrestricted luxury condos.

      A rendering of Victoria Ward Park.
      A rendering of Victoria Ward Park.

      The three Ward Village shopping districts offer almost everything a resident needs, from grocery and farmers’ market to designer shops and boutiques, entertainment choices, and a wide range of dining options. Ala Moana Center, Hawaii’s largest shopping center, is within walking distance of these shopping districts.

      Ward Village has many planned amenities to complete the community. Walkability is an essential aspect of an urban community and, like Our Kakaako, is emphasized in the design of Ward Village. Residents will appreciate pedestrian promenades, wider tree lined sidewalks with benches, open-air cafes, connected public spaces, parks, and bike paths. In 2023, a new pedestrian bridge over Ala Moana Blvd. will connect Ward Village residents to Kewalo Basin Harbor, Kakaako Waterfront Park, Ala Moana Beach Park, the Waikiki Yacht Club, and Ala Wai Boat Harbor.

      With Kakaako’s unique condo community lifestyle, residents can experience luxury living, stunning scenery all around, and convenience to work, shopping, and leisure. Kakaako is healthy living in an ecletic landscape of high- and low-rise world-class architecture, repurposed warehouses and breweries, and gathering places in open spaces encouraging the ever-present spirit of community past.

      Always a friendly, sharing community despite hardships and change

      Before the English arrived on Oahu, Hawaiians utilized Kakaako for fishpond farming as well as shoreline and deep sea fishing. The area was also known for its highly valued salt ponds. Hawaiian royalty decided to build houses in bountiful Kakaako.

      The city’s roots began when an English sea captain realized that the harbor in Honolulu could float the sailing ships of the 1790s. Whaling and East-West trade brought new merchants to Honolulu and, later, with the inception of sugar cane plantations, contract laborers.

      Immigrant camps sprang up in nearby Kakaako and would eventually become tenements for workers. Kakaako was a working class area further forged by the 1852 opening of the Honolulu Iron Works, manufacturing sugar-harvesting equipment for Hawaii and, later, customers worldwide. The factory would eventually relocate a few blocks east to Kakaako and employ 1500 workers, creating more residential development, small businesses, churches, schools, and neighborhoods. Kakaako became a caring, close-knit multi-cultural community.

      However, Honolulu, including Kakaako, was hit by devastating disease – three times. In 1853, an American merchant ship brought smallpox to Honolulu. Patients, many Hawaiian, were quarantined in Kakaako. Over 1,000 Hawaiians are buried in a small cemetery on South St., with more remains found in Kakaako excavation sites.

      In 1881, a leprosy hospital was dedicated in Kakaako to meet an outbreak of the disease but abandoned within a decade. In 1903, the Chinatown fire resulted from an effort to contain the bubonic plague. As the fires blew out of control, Kawaiaha’o Church on the eastern edge of Kakaako sheltered over 4,000 fleeing Chinatown residents.

      Because the fire leveled Chinatown, many Japanese and Chinese residents moved to Kakaako while rebuilding their businesses. With insufficient housing and work to be had, the area filled with various ethnic groups crammed in dilapidated housing. However, sharing and shared experiences, regardless of ethnicity, further bonded this blue-collar community.

      As the twentieth century progressed, more industrial firms built on dredged and filled-in land in Kakaako. This trend continued through the first half of the century, and in the 1950s, most of Kakaako was rezoned from residential to industrial/commercial. Kakaako had become something of an eyesore along Honolulu’s scenic coastline. Planning began as early as 1976 to rezone as commercial and residential and revitalize Kakaako, with a plan adopted in 1982. This plan was revised in 2011, moving the various development projects forward to the many exciting things happening in Kakaako today.

      An eclectic mix of families for an eclectic mix of buildings

      A mix of buildings from an aerial view at Ala Moana Beach.
      A mix of buildings from an aerial view at Ala Moana Beach.

      The makeup of residents in Kakaako is as varied as its various types of structures. However, this is traditional in the Kakaako neighborhood. In the past, everyone helped one another, regardless of ethnic background. The residents then were predominantly Hawaiians, Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, and Portuguese. While the evolving Kakaako consists of even more ethnicities, many with former roots in Kakaako will still be here to “talk story.” However, a new, even more diverse ethnic community creating its own history is exciting.


      Kakaako is very unique and highly sought-after, but if you like condo living and prefer to live outside of Kakaako, then check out condos for sale in Waikiki. You could also do a broader search for Honolulu condos for sale.

      Days full of sunshine and pleasant temperatures

      The yearly high temperatures are between 80°F (27°C) and 89°F (32°C). The yearly low temperatures are between 65°F (18°C) and 75°F (24°C).

      The monthly rainfall is between negligible and less than 3 inches (76 mm). More rain occurs during the winter months. On average, there are five rainy days in the winter months and two rainy days in the summer months.

      The average water temperatures are between 75°F (24°C) and 80°F. (27°C).

      Plenty of commuting options

      The nearby downtown business district (CBD) is just minutes away by car; however, the convenience of Kakaako allows for walking, jogging, or biking for those residents interested. When the streets are overflowing with traffic, these alternatives might look very appealing – saving parking costs and good for one’s health, too!

      Buses also flow between Kakaako and the CBD and throughout Honolulu and the island. Taxis, Uber, and Lyft options are also available. The new rail system running east from Kapolei is expected to begin in 2031 and will terminate in Kakaako at Halekauwila and South Sts., east of Punchbowl St. Future plans include two more stops at Ward Ave. and Ala Moana Center.

      Kakaako’s central urban location provides easy access to major roadways, other Honolulu neighborhoods, and the H-1 Freeway to other parts of Oahu.

      As Kakaako’s transformation continues, a resident may not need to leave Kakaako to work from home or at one of the many new job opportunities created by Kakaako’s changing landscape.

      Public Schools and Kakaako population increases

      Two public elementary schools (PK-5) serve the Kakaako neighborhood; however, both schools are beyond Kakaako’s bordering streets. Plans for a 10-story public elementary school in Kakaako are stalled in the legislature.

      Two public middle schools (6-8) also serve Kakaako neighborhoods but are also outside of Kakaako’s bordering streets. The high school (9-12) is in Kakaako. The high school also has an adult education program.

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

      University of Hawai’i Kapi’olani Community College is near Diamond Head in Kaimuki, and University of Hawai’i at Manoa is just off the H-1 Freeway in Manoa. Hawaii Pacific University is downtown next to the Aloha Tower.

      Centrally located to 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 Kakaako.

      Straub received the America’s 250 Best Hospital Award in 2020 and 2021 and the Outstanding Patient Experience Award for the past 12 years. Straub is currently working on the first phase of a new state-of-the-art hospital facility in the same area as its present facility. Kapi’olani Medical Center is a member of the Hawai’i Pacific Health system, which includes Straub.

      The Queen’s Medical Center is recognized as a Magnet hospital, the highest national honor for nursing excellence.

      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.

      Straub and Queen’s also have urgent care clinics in Kakaako.

      You may also like