Nuuanu Lower (Honolulu, HI)
By Kimo Stowell, REALTOR Associate® RS-76763 - Honolulu Hawai'i
(HI Pro Realty LLC RB-21531 )
 Metro Hale:    Nu'uanu Place   Nu'uanu Place 24 Hi'aloa St. Honolulu, HI $340,000 - $360,000   Completed in 1973, the PET FRIENDLY  4-story walk-up offers Studio's and 2 bedroom condos.    Building amenities: recreation area, BBQ.                          Nu'uanu Place was completed in 1973 and is located in lower Nu'uanu Honolulu close to the Queen Lili'uokalani Botanical Garden. The complexis close to grocery stores, restaurants, retail shops and is a short drive to the H1 and Pali Highways and the nearby Downtown, Historic Capitol District, Chinatown and Queen's Medical Center.  Nuuanu Place has 20 residential condos housed in a 4 story walk-up. The complex offers Studio and 2 bedroom Fee Simple units. Studio floor plans range in size from 283 to 509 interior square feet. 2 bedroom,...
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By Kimo Stowell, REALTOR Associate® RS-76763 - Honolulu Hawai'i
(HI Pro Realty LLC RB-21531 )
Part I: The Master Bedroom - A diamond in the rough.    The heroine of this master suite makeovers name has been changed for dramatic purposes to "Tiffany"; whose family is in the process of remodeling their Nu'uanu Condo. Tiffany and Co. needed help with design choices and contacted JDS Consulting for some Do It Yourself advice. After our initial consultation we determined that the new diggs would have a Modern, Contemporary Asian design aesthetic with an earth tone color palette to compliment the view. We also needed the space to potentially function as both a second home and or rental, so stylish durability was an important factor. We chose a delicious color palette of rich honey gold, espresso brown, and oatmeal neutral for the master bedroom and a smattering of polished strawberry ...
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By Michael & Gayle Ramsey Fujita, (S) RAs SFRs ePro MRP
(Green Realty Group (808) 388-1485)
Several years ago, when homes prices started to skyrocket across the U.S. and here in Hawaii, there was suddenly a forest of new luxury condominium growth, that is to say, new buildings were sprouting up all over Honolulu proper.  It seems like many of them have had brakes put on them after the market crash in October of 2008, however there are  many that have been completed.  The question was, among locals, "who was going to but the very expensive units?".  Today we know the answer to that question.  There is a nice mix of mainland buyers looking for a nice vacation home, local couples young and old alike as well as local families. There are still many units available in these new buildings.  Some are from the developers and some are from the original buyers.  These prices range from t...
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