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January 2017

Koa Ridge: 3,500 New Homes in Central Oahu

News Koa Ridge is expected to break ground in the 2nd half of 2017 with the first round of homes being completed and ready for move in late 2019. Sales expected to commence early 2019.  For more information please call Michelle Johnson at (808) 352-2469 or email Michelle@hawaiiliving.com. Koa Ridge Farm Land February 2017 Koa Ridge in Brief Koa Ridge is a master-planned community, which, when build out (estimated 10 to …Read More

8 Stunning (Unknown) Oahu Neighborhoods

Discussions of the most exciting, most expensive or the ‘Best’ neighborhoods in Oahu real estate will inevitably turn to the current mainstays like Kakaako, Kahala or Ko Olina. For those who know the Island intimately, though, those marquee names are just the start, not the entirety, of that conversation. The fact is that there are communities across Oahu that possess something wonderfully special, something stunning, that has escaped notice somehow. …Read More

The Block 803 Waimanu: New Affordable Housing in Kakaako

For more information please contact The Block 803 Waimanu sales office (808) 548-0900 / sales@theblock803.com or visit the sales gallery 677 Ala Moana Blvd Suite 111. News Feb 18, 2017: Some reserved housing units are still left and 77 additional units will soon be released – mix of affordable housing (different from reserved housing) and market priced units. The affordable units will start in the mid $200,000’s. The sales office …Read More

Honolulu’s 11 Most Expensive Single-Family Homes Neighborhoods

What is the Most Expensive Neighborhood in Honolulu? Real estate watchers will give you different answers, yet each one will be absolutely certain they’ve got the answer. You’re guaranteed to her names like Kahala, Black Point, Diamond Head. They can’t all be right, can they? The problem is that the world of Honolulu homes is a much more complex place than that of the average Mainland city. Here, you’ll find …Read More

New Honolulu Condo Building Boom?

Recently we have been asked to comment about:  “..the explosion of condos going up in the Kapiolani/Ala Moana area. Will they get built? Why or why not? Is there still an appetite for these projects? Why or why not?” Contrary to the what some might think, the recent Honolulu condo building boom is barely a drop in the bucket to satisfy Honolulu’s strong housing demand. The real issue is affordability for …Read More