Hokua is the first residential structure in Honolulu to combine ultra-premium homes with an ultra-premium location, a formula that has been attempted several times, but never achieved.
What makes Hokua different from other high-rise condominiums? It starts with the best location you'll find on Oahu. On that land rests the Hokua building, which offers all the convenience you would expect of an exclusive residential condominium, and the amenities you'd expect to find in a fine resort. Your home in the building? A luxurious residence that has more in common with a single family home than a traditional condominium. At Hokua, a general manager and staff of residential specialists will always be on hand to tend to your requests. Services begin with a greeting in the elegant lobby, but they don't end there. Hokua residential specialists are poised to set a new standard of owner care, from simple gestures such as carrying a heavy bag of groceries to your door, to fee-for-service concierge services inspired by the world's finest hotels.
The dominant feature of Hokua's recreation deck is a vanishing edge pool with a sweeping view of the Pacific Ocean, bordered at the back by a row of jacuzzis. Closer to the main building, there are five separate enclosed barbeque cabanas, equipped with gas ranges, that may be used for family gatherings, parties, or any other occasion.
One feature that has been particularly well received is the Bark Park. Residents can have up to two dogs of less than 40 pounds each - a rarity in itself - and at the street level they may be taken off their leashes and given free reign in two park areas, one for small dogs and one for large dogs.
Other marquee offerings include a play area adjacent to the pool area which features a court surface with markings for tennis and basketball, as well as more conventional playground equipment for younger children. A fully equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center and spa, with locker rooms, a steam room and sauna, eliminates the need to go to an outside gym. Furthermore, the Hokua Business Center offers meeting rooms for those residents wishing to receive guests in a more formal setting.