1,693 Honolulu Condos for Sale

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Executive Centre #2006
1 Bd | 1 Ba |  798 sf
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Hawaiki Tower #4405
2 Bd | 2 Ba |  1,395 sf
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Plaza Hawaii Kai #402
2 Bd | 2 Ba |  1,626 sf
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Imperial Plaza #2103
2 Bd | 2 Ba |  979 sf
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Country Club Village #904
2 Bd | 1 Ba |  784 sf
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Koko Head Villas #112C
2 Bd | 1.5 Ba |  736 sf
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Iolani Court Plaza #1507
2 Bd | 2 Ba |  865 sf
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Woodrose #1605
2 Bd | 1.5 Ba |  778 sf
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2 Bd | 1 Ba |  734 sf
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Aloha Lani #1212
1 Bd | 1 Ba |  413 sf
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Foster Tower #502
1 Bd | 1 Ba |  822 sf
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Century Center #609
Studio | 1 Ba |  330 sf
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Tradewinds Hotel Inc #A208
1 Bd | 1 Ba |  513 sf
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Inn on the Park #1506
Studio | 1 Ba |  320 sf
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Hono Hale Towers #C25
Studio | 1 Ba |  362 sf
Total 1,693 Honolulu Condo - 15 loaded
Honolulu Condo Overview
Intro to Honolulu Condos
Honolulu condos make up about 2/3 of all residential real estate in Honolulu. In fact, condo living has been the primary residential choice in Honolulu since the 1960's. The large tourist industry needed workers and the State government centered here, along with most of Hawaii's finance and business industry, it's no surprise that close to 70% of Hawaii's population lives on Oahu. Adding the land scarcity in Honolulu, a desire to preserve nature and an attempt to create affordability, building vertical makes the most sense.

Honolulu condos for sale run from less than $200,000 for studios in a few older buildings to more than $20,000,000 for a few spectacular grand penthouse residences in ultra-luxury condos Waiea, Park Lane Ala Moana and Ritz-Carlton Waikiki.

Most condo buildings require a minimum 30-day rental term per tenant and in many cases much longer per the condo house rules. Only a small group of condos allow for short-term vacation rentals, which you can learn more about from our condo hotels for sale page. Some popular investor condo hotels include Ilikai, Waikiki Sunset, Waikiki Banyan and Ala Moana Hotel Condo. Popular lifestyle condo hotels include Ritz-Carlton Waikiki and Trump Tower Waikiki.

Honolulu Condo Regions
Condos in Honolulu are located in three regions - Metro Honolulu, Diamond Head and Hawaii Kai. This this page displays condos for sale across all 3 regions.

1) The Metro Honolulu region includes popular condo neighborhoods such as Waikiki, Kakaako and Ala Moana. More than 90% of all Honolulu condos are located in the Metro Honolulu region.

2) The Diamond Head region includes the condos along Diamond Head’s famed Gold Coast (built in the 50’s and 60’s). Here 16 incredible condo buildings are hanging on the ocean’s edge at the base of Diamond Head next to Kapiolani Park. Condos this close to the ocean could never be replicated due to modern setback requirements. That makes these older condos incredibly valuable. 

3) The Hawaii Kai region - the most eastern part of Honolulu - is home to a mix of high-rise and low-rise condos, some located directly on a beautiful marina in a townhouse setting. Here is a blog post about all marina front condos and townhomes in Hawaii Kai.

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Popular Honolulu Condo Neighborhoods
Honolulu's condo neighborhoods are different, like any other community, each with their own feel. That can be due to a variety of things like the area it sits in, the surrounding backdrop or the vision of the developer. The following is an overview of 4 popular condo neighborhoods in Honolulu:

Waikiki is home to more than 130 condos, which is more than any other Honolulu neighborhood. Waikiki is where you will find the vast majority of condo hotels in Honolulu, including the popular Ilikai, Ritz-Carlton, Trump Tower, Waikiki Beach Tower & more. Most condos in Waikiki are older, although there is a small group of excellent newer residential condos, including The Watermark (2008), Lanikea at Waikiki (2005), Allure Waikiki (2009), Cove Waikiki (2015) and Loft at Waikiki (2008). None of these buildings allow short-term - less than 30 days per tenant - vacation renting.

Waikiki has some incredible beaches, superb shopping and an endless list of restaurants. If you enjoy being close to all the action of a city, Waikiki is probably the neighborhood for you.

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Kakaako is the fastest growing neighborhood in Honolulu and is conveniently located between the neighborhoods of Ala Moana and Downtown. The ocean and the Ala Moana Beach Park are immidiately to the south.

Kakaako is being extensively redeveloped based on two adjacent master plans: Ward Village by Howard Hughes Corporation and Our Kakaako by Kamehameha School. Once both master plans are completed it is expected Kakaako will be home to more than 20 new condos. The transformation includes improved wider sidewalks, more shops, restaurants etc.
In Kakaako you will find more luxury condos than any other part of Honolulu. Some popular condos include Waiea, Anaha, Hokua, Waihonua, Koolani, The Collection, Symphony, Moana Pacific and more.

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Ala Moana
Ala Moana is a well known name, due to the famous Ala Moana Shopping Center and Ala Moana Beach Park. Until recently, Ala Moana's condos were mainly a few older buildings located along or near Atkinson Drive. Late 2014 that changed with the completion of One Ala Moana - a luxury condo located on the mountain side (Kapiolani Blvd side) of the Ala Moana Shopping Center. In 2017 Park Lane Ala Moana was completed - an ultra-luxury condo project, located on the oceanside of Ala Moana Shopping Center (Ala Moana Blvd). This is arguably the most luxurious condo in Honolulu.

Downtown Honolulu
Downtown is the government, financial and business district of Honolulu. Here most high-rises are office buildings. In between the office buildings are a few residential condos and the most prominent ones are Capitol Place (2008), The Pinnacle Honolulu (2008) and Harbor Court (1994). Downtown has numerous great restaurants and several historical buildings, including Iolani Palace, Aliiolani Hale and the State Capitol.

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Town House #1111
1 Bd | 1 |  629 sf
Ocean view
Waipuna #304
2 Bd | 2 |  1,119 sf
Dynasty Tower #201
2 Bd | 1.5Ba |  965 sf
Tradewinds Hotel Inc #B304
1 Bd | 1 |  588 sf
Allure Waikiki #1809
2 Bd | 2 |  1,102 sf
Built: 2009
Hokua #9C
2 Bd | 2 |  1,524 sf
Ocean view
Moorings #16
3 Bd | 2.5Ba |  1,332 sf
Marina front
Koolani #1607
2 Bd | 2 |  1,151 sf
Ocean view
Keoni Ana #1109
2 Bd | 1.5Ba |  820 sf
Consulate #203
2 Bd | 1 |  731 sf
Keoni Ana #111
1 Bd | 1 |  643 sf
Year Remodeled: 2015
Marine Surf Waikiki #701
0 Bd | 1 |  392 sf
Fully furnished
Hawaiian Monarch #2513
0 Bd | 1 |  227 sf
Fully furnished
Ilikai Apt Bldg #2026
2 Bd | 2 |  1,000 sf
Pavilion At Waikiki #2302
1 Bd | 1 |  546 sf
Ocean view
1350 Ala Moana #3007
2 Bd | 2 |  933 sf
Ocean view
Niihau Apts Inc #504
1 Bd | 1 |  487 sf
801 South St #409
0 Bd | 1 |  377 sf
Built: 2015
Ala Moana Hotel Condo #713
0 Bd | 1 |  297 sf
Ocean view
Nuuanu Park Place #PH8-708
2 Bd | 1 |  850 sf
Year Remodeled: 2009