Built in 1982, 40 Floors with 396 Units, 1 to 3BR Floor plans, Pets: Ok (verify).
Amenities include BBQ Area, Recreation Area, Sauna & Pool.
Pool is salt water for better swimming!
About Honolulu Tower The Honolulu Tower condo rises right on the intersection of Beretania and Maunakea Streets in Honolulu. If you know the area, then it's immediately clear that this is right in the Chinatown area. Right outside your building doors is a truly wonderful part of this city.
Historically preserved buildings that are a window to Old Hawaii, restaurants with tastes of every part of Asia and elsewhere, markets selling all kinds of foods and goods, many of which are very difficult to find, if you can, anywhere else in town. That's your neighborhood.
If you're one of the many who work in Downtown, this also means a commute that can be done in a few minutes and without any gas consumption. The savings in fuel and time alone make this a place worth checking out. But what about the inside?
One thing you should know is that the Honolulu Tower is a secured building. The same culturally rich neighborhood does have its share of after-dark problems, so the 24-hour security of the building is an assurance of safety for you.
Condo views vary, but you can't lose, whether you're looking out over Chinatown, the stretch of Honolulu to the Ewa side or even the ocean itself. The mix of natural and urban vistas mix nicely from the floor-to-ceiling windows that make up most of the outside walls of your home.
The units at Honolulu Tower are sizable, the 1BRs starting at 754 sq ft and the 2BRs at 975 sq ft, for example. Each has larger versions with the same number of bedrooms.
This is the perfect spot for the Downtown worker who's looking for place to live conveniently to work and play.
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