Completed year 2009, 469 units, 38 floors, studio - 3BR, Pets: No.
Property is also a 5 Star luxury hotel.
Pre-construction, year 2006, units sold out in one day (a number of owners ended up cancelling prior to completion and project was completed with developer owning a substantial number of units).
About Trump Tower Waikiki Trump Tower Waikiki is a condo hotel. Every unit is individually owned and the building allows for short-term vacation rentals, just like a hotel. Learn about condos that allow for short-term vacation rentals in Waikiki.
Approximately 75% of the units have a balcony - most are in the 70 sf to 240 sf range.
Uneven numbered units face west and most have great ocean views with Fort DeRussy Park in the front. Even numbered units face east, towards Diamond Head, and depending on the stack and floor level, you get varying degree of city, ocean and Diamond Head views.
Corner units are especially popular, because the living room has windows on 2 sides adding more light and a perception of being larger than living space may actually be.
Types of Residences Deluxe Residences: 8th - 23rd floor, 21 units per floor. Grand Residences: 24th - 34th floor, 9 units per floor. Trump Residences: 35th - 37th floor, 9 units per floor. Penthouse Residences: 38th floor, 6 units with over-sized rooftop patios.
Amenities Pool - Fairly small (6th floor) Gym - OK, but small (7th floor, Spa level) Spa - 7th floor. Owners may benefit from discounts. Business Center & Library (7th floor, Spa level) Parking - owners have access to a parking stall - no charge - when visiting Hawaii, valet parking only. An owner can leave a car at property while not in Hawaii for $340 / month (verify). 4 residential elevators and 2 elevators connecting 1st floor entry lobby with the 6th floor main lobby.
We exclude Leasehold data from this market analysis because Leasehold properties do not compare with regular Fee Simple properties.
We use median instead of the average because it depicts more accurately a central tendency to the sample size. Example: Take 5 numbers - 3, 5, 7, 9, 21. The median is 7 (the middle number) and the average is 9 (sum of all divided by 5).
We count days on market from listing date through closing date.