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One Ala Moana
Tuesday, November 06, 2012


Honolulu’s much anticipated hot-new luxury condominium is a step closer to reality, as developer Howard Hughes releases additional renderings and project details. One Ala Moana, positioned above the Nordstrom parking garage at Ala Moana Shopping Center, will rise 17 stories and offer 206 units ranging from one to three bedrooms. Buyers can grab a 760 square foot unit starting from $500,000, while those seeking more room might fancy the 4,100 square foot penthouse unit for around $9 million. Units will average $1.6 million.

Sales for One Ala Moana are scheduled to begin by the end of the year, and the project construction will likely start in early 2014. The project’s development was announced in 2011 as part of Howard Hughes Corp’s acquisition of General Growth Properties, owner of Ala Moana Center. Howard Hughes has recently announced plans for an additional 22 residential towers to be built over the next 15 years.

Local developers, Kobayashi Group and The MacNaughton Group, joined Howard Hughes on the development of One Ala Moana. Additional development financing is being provided by Honolulu-based Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. and LIST Co., Ltd. One Ala Moana units facing the south will enjoy unobstructed views of Ala Moana Beach Park and the Pacific. High-end finishes, up-scale common amenities including a private dining room with chef’s kitchen, shopping assistance, dining benefits, and much more will be offered.

If you are looking purchase in One Ala Moana, contact us today at (808) 596-8801 or info@sachihawaii.com. Our team of professional, discrete real estate agents have been purchasing and selling up-scale luxury homes and condominiums throughout Oahu for over 23 years.
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