Waikiki is without a doubt the most famous location in Hawaii.
First developed in the 1980’s, Hawaii Loa Ridge is the premier luxury view ridge in Honolulu, offering sensational views and panoramic vistas of Diamond Head, sunset and ocean views in the west and Koko Head and Koko Crater towards the east.
Diamond Head is defined by its residents’ vibrant energy, appreciation of the arts and enthusiastic participation in life.
Besides waterfront home sites, walk-able neighborhoods, and great restaurants and shops, here is a sample of the conveniently located services and recreational amenities frequented by Hawaii Kai residents.
Hawaii Kai, extending deep into Kalama Valley and includes the affluent area of Portlock, offers upscale high-rises, ridge homes, gated communities, ocean frontage homes, marina-front residences and townhouse living on the island of Koko Isle.
If your impression of Chinatown begins and ends at Hotel Street, you’re missing out on the allure of Honolulu’s most diverse and resilient neighborhood. Exploring the streets and alleys of Chinatown, you’ll discover an exciting mélange of world culture.
Kakaako. This live, work and play neighborhood appeals to foodies, families, young professionals, retirees, and anyone looking to make enjoying life a higher priority.
Just an hour from Waikiki and Honolulu is Oahu’s famous North Shore. Renowned for its spectacular views, laidback beach vibe, unassuming lifestyle and of course – surfing.