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About Aloha Towers
If you live here you can't just tell your friends you live in the Aloha Towers condos in Waikiki. It isn't just because, as the name implies, there are 2 buildings. It's the fact that they're actually across the street from each other, with addresses on 2 different roads. As confusing as that may sound, the benefits of owning an Aloha Towers condo are clear.

As noted above, you can use the amenities in either building. That includes the mini-tennis court - which just might turn you into a paddle tennis fanatic -, dual saunas, jet spas plus a convenience store in the Lewers St tower.

Relaxing in your unit is a pleasure as well, due to the central air-conditioning all have as well as the sights outside your windows. Owning a Waikiki condo in this area you can't lose, with unobstructed views of the Ala Wai and the mountains or, in some cases, the Friday night fireworks that light up the sky each week. All of this from the large lanais that come with your place.

The inside of the units are roomy as well. 1BRs start at 790 sq ft, the 2BRs at almost 1100 sq ft. Those are generous floor plans for any part of Hawaii.

Your peace of mind will be complete knowing you have security guards on duty at all times and both pass-key and intercom systems to ensure your safety and well-being. That's very reassuring in a busy place like Waikiki.

Both buildings are off the busier corridors of this district so the noise level won't be an issue for you. While the vacationers that flock here don't often worry about getting to sleep at a reasonable hour, you probably have to, at least some of the time.

Still, when you are ready for some fun that goes later into the evening, you're in the right place. Walk a block or two and you have all the dining and leisure options you'll ever need right there. Even better, you can walk home, too.

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  • Aloha Towers Condos - Trends & Statistics

  • The median price of condos sold in Aloha Towers year-to-date (Jan - Sep 23, 2017) is $602K. In previous years it was $565K (2016), $485K (2015), $466K (2014), $510K (2013), $450K (2012), $420K (2011), $411K (2010), $470K (2009), $512K (2008), $495K (2007), $510K (2006), $517K (2005), $310K (2004), $290K (2003).
  • 4 condos have sold in Aloha Towers year-to-date (Jan - Sep 23, 2017). In previous years, the total number of condos sold were 8 (2016), 7 (2015), 11 (2014), 12 (2013), 9 (2012), 5 (2011), 4 (2010), 3 (2009), 4 (2008), 8 (2007), 4 (2006), 10 (2005), 11 (2004), 17 (2003).
  • On average Aloha Towers condos were on the market for 14 days before they were sold (Jan - Sep 23, 2017). In previous years it was 121 days (2016), 120 days (2015), 102 days (2014), 92 days (2013), 79 days (2012), 123 days (2011), 60 days (2010), 114 days (2009), 56 days (2008), 94 days (2007), 64 days (2006), 66 days (2005), 71 days (2004), 116 days (2003).
  • The average days on market for Aloha Towers condos before sold was 27 days August 2017 compared to 35 days August 2016.
  • The ratio of Aloha Towers condos sales price vs list price was 93.3% August 2017 compared to 99.0% August 2016.
  • 1 Aloha Towers condo was sold August 2017 compared to 1 condo sold August 2016.
  • The total dollar volume sold in Aloha Towers year-to-date has been $2.37M(Jan - Sep 23, 2017). In previous years sold dollar volume was $4.47M (2016), $3.49M (2015), $5.31M (2014), $6M (2013), $4.06M (2012), $1.96M (2011), $1.7M (2010), $1.43M (2009), $2.07M (2008), $3.96M (2007), $2.12M (2006), $5.14M (2005), $4.68M (2004), $4.85M (2003).
  • The most recent sale in Aloha Towers was a condo located at #1802 , sold for $575K on Sep 01, 2017. It had 984sf of interior. 9 other recent sales include: #2401 (965sf) sold for $630K on 8/1/2017. #2905 (673sf) sold for $535K on 5/5/2017. #1701 (965sf) sold for $630K on 4/18/2017. #19A (965sf) sold for $590K on 12/21/2016. #2801 (1,098sf) sold for $630K on 11/2/2016. #DH401 (1,171sf) sold for $570K on 10/12/2016. #29A (965sf) sold for $623K on 10/6/2016. #EWA/2304 (732sf) sold for $549K on 9/29/2016. #7B (984sf) sold for $560K on 9/21/2016.