Finished year 2009, 35 floors and 302 units, 1BR to 3BR floor plans, Pets: OK (verify).
Amenities including resort like 20,000sqf+ recreation area with infitiny pool & jacuzzi, Fitness Center, BBQ Area and WiFi Access from Deck.
Allure Waikiki is built on ~ 2.28 acres, has 32,000 sq feet of green gardens featuring Hawaiian flowers and native plants that you'll revel in visiting time and time again - alone or with your guests! Developed by renowned California developer, Fifield Companies based out of Chicago, Ilinois.
Allure Waikiki Floor Plans Somewhat similar layout throughout building (floors 6 - 35), though some noteworthy differences. The floor plans can be divided into 4 sections. The “01” - “04” units face southeast and have ocean views from higher floors and the “05” - “11” units have more of a northern facing mountain view from higher floors. There are no grand penthouse units at Allure.
Allure Waikiki Condos Floor 7 - 14 11 units per floor. Each has an 88sqf lanai. “01”: 1,216sqf, 2BR. “02”: 1,057sqf, 2BR. “03”: 1,057sqf, 2BR. “04”: 1,234sqf, 2BR. “05”: 1,381sqf, 2BR. “06”: 1,049sqf, 2BR. “07”: 833sqf, 2BR. “08”: 1,113sqf, 2BR. “09”: 1,102sqf, 2BR. “10”: 951sqf, 2BR. “11”: 1,009sqf, 2BR.
Allure Waikiki Condos Floor 15 - 23 10 units per floor. Most stacks similar to those on floor 7 - 14. However, there are no “07” units and instead “06” units are large 3BR at 1,616sqf and “08” units are large 2BR at 1,419sqf. Lanais remain 88sqf for every unit.
Allure Waikiki Condos Floor 24 - 31 9 units per floor. Almost identical to units on floors 15 - 23, with the exception there are no “11” units.
Allure Waikiki Condos Floor 32 - 35 8 units per floor. Almost identical to units on floors 24 - 31, with the exception there are no “10” units.
The price range of condos for sale in Allure Waikiki is $799K to $1.88M with a median price of $979K and median interior of 1,136sf.
The median price of condos sold in Allure Waikiki year-to-date (Jan 21, 2018) is $970K. In previous years it was $920K (2017), $858K (2016), $967K (2015), $980K (2014), $1.03M (2013), $932K (2012), $884K (2011), $767K (2010).
1 condo has sold in Allure Waikiki year-to-date (Jan 21, 2018). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 25 (2017), 19 (2016), 14 (2015), 14 (2014), 12 (2013), 19 (2012), 3 (2011), 3 (2010).
On average Allure Waikiki condos were on the market for 111 days before they were sold (Jan 21, 2018). In previous years it was 93 days (2017), 153 days (2016), 109 days (2015), 101 days (2014), 83 days (2013), 55 days (2012), 35 days (2011), 1 days (2010).
The total dollar volume of condos currently for sale in Allure Waikiki is $16.42M and the sold dollar volume year-to-date (Jan 21, 2018) is $970K. In previous years sold dollar volume was $23.92M (2017), $18.12M (2016), $12.89M (2015), $14.59M (2014), $12.74M (2013), $17.63M (2012), $2.57M (2011), $2.21M (2010).
The most recent sale in Allure Waikiki was a condo located at #2201 , sold for $970K on Jan 08, 2018. It had 1216sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #3401 (1,216sf) sold for $1.35M on 11/28/2017. #1508 (1,419sf) sold for $970K on 10/16/2017. #1108 (1,113sf) sold for $810K on 9/27/2017. #708 (1,113sf) sold for $785K on 9/19/2017. #803 (1,057sf) sold for $795K on 9/15/2017. #2806 (1,633sf) sold for $1.2M on 9/15/2017. #2105 (1,381sf) sold for $1.06M on 8/4/2017. #1802 (1,057sf) sold for $878K on 8/4/2017. #2504 (1,234sf) sold for $1.08M on 8/1/2017.
In Allure Waikiki there is currently 14 fee simple units for sale. 4 of the condos have ocean views, 2 have Diamond Head views and 8 have mountain views.
There are 13 x 2 bedroom floor plans and 1 x 3 bedroom floor plan.
More About Allure Waikiki The moment they first announced Allure Waikiki condos for sale, the buzz was deafening. This was the first large condo project on Kalakaua Ave for years and it was a big one. 35 floors in Waikiki means the views go on forever, from the bright lights of this world-famous playground to the green Koolau mountains and, for some units, the hypnotic ocean embarking from golden beaches. This was to be a special place.
Things did not go smoothly, though. The sales opened just at the economic downturn of 2009, which was still battering real estate after completion in 2010. Sales were so slow that the building was actually foreclosed on. In addition, the lower priced units that did sell took advantage of purchasing a second parking stall, often leaving the more expensive condos without an expected additional stall for themselves, hurting the appeal even more.
The developer defaulted finally, with the remaining units taking a few years to finally sell out. The Allure Waikiki was a victim of many of the same factors that brought down development nationwide during this time. Despite that, it was clear that this residence had something that set it apart. Unlike most other condos in Waikiki there are actual grounds. The footprint of this building has been cultivated to include more than just a towering structure and concrete. You’re given a slice of Old Hawaii, for residents only, in the beautiful gardens that raise the standards for refinement that few can match.
The condos themselves uphold the same high standards with gourmet kitchens and floor to ceiling glass windows that make the view part of every minute of life. The lanais are large so you can fully enjoy the breezes and natural wonders surrounding you. The bathtubs are larger as well, allowing you to truly indulge yourself after a long, stressful day.
When you’re ready to get active, it’s a simple elevator ride to the 6th floor where the infinity pool, jacuzzi and state-of-the-art fitness center await you. The pool is something out of a movie, with its picturesque palm trees that ring the sides. On the same level you’ll find recreation - and relaxation - spaces where you can entertain friends in sumptuous lounge chairs around a blazing fire pit. A perfect place to build memories on a Hawaii evening.
The Allure Waikiki for sale sign is out for those with the taste for elegance and classic luxury. It’s time for you to take a look.