- Offered at $4.85M
Luxury Condo Living Slips Quietly
onto Honolulu’s Waterfront
There hasn’t been land to put up condominiums on Honolulu’s waterfront in decades …and there won’t be again soon. Hence the new luxury condos have been relegated to the warehouse district of Kakaako…until now. Designed and crafted as a private residence on the 10th floor of V. Ossipoff’s historic Diamond Head Apartments (est. 1954), this unit underwent an ~$1MM “studs-out” renovation in 2016, resulting in an arguably once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for one lucky (and admittedly wealthy) home shopper. Want to own a genuine trophy property? Read on.
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The Revitalization of Apt 1001
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Look who’s coming to dinner…
And speaking of brunch, with your refined taste in food and guests, you’ll appreciate the exquisite, sometimes exotic, finishes in this beachfront condominium. It’s unlikely to go unnoticed that the interior of your home has been elevated to match the timelessness, distinction, and prestige that the revered “master of Hawaii modern architecture,” Vladimir Ossipoff, undoubtedly hoped would grace every unit in your building when he designed it.
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PARKING: Guest parking is limited to the upper deck, slots 1, 3, 8, 9, 12, & 28. SIGN IN is required to prevent towing. Sign in sheet is located in the door-pocket of the lobby outside the elevators. Metered street parking is plentiful across the street facing Kapiolani Park.
2969 Kalakaua Ave, #1001, Honolulu, HI 96815
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4747 Kilauea Ave, Ste 201, Honolulu, HI 96816
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