1888 Kalakaua Ave Unit APT-print-004-008

WAIKIKI LANDMARK PENTHOUSE #3502

(Newly Renovated)

2 BD + Den, 2.5 BA

2134 ft² / 198 m²

Views: Ocean, Diamond Head, Ala Wai Canal,  Manoa Valley, Mountain & City

Lanai: N/A  Foyer: N/A   

Prk: 2  Other: Private Elevator, 

Furnished (Negotiable)

$2,100,000

Waikiki Landmark is perfectly located at the gateway to the world-renowned Waikiki. This newly renovated 2-bedroom + den, 2.5-bathroom penthouse showcases spacious living and dining areas, well-appointed finishes, and expansive floor-to-ceiling views of the ocean, Diamond Head, Ala Wai Canal, and Manoa Valley. Privacy is ensured with separate elevators taking you directly to the 35th floor and beautiful furnishings are available for purchase separately. Included are a brand new cooktop, oven, washer, and dryer. Building amenities

include concierge services with multilingual staff, 24-hr security, a newly updated fitness center, a meeting room, and an amazing outdoor recreation deck with two resort-style pools, Jacuzzi, and BBQ/entertainment areas. Two parking stalls included.

FLOOR PLAN

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AMENITIES

AMENITIES

  • Swimming Pool and Spa for Adult and Children

  • Hot tub

  • BBQ

  • Two spas

  • Concierge/security

  • Car wash

  • NEW Fitness Center (Opened in July 2018)

  • Cabana area

  • Entertainment Area

  • Community Room

PRIME LOCATION

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NEIGHBORHOOD

WAIKIKI LANDMARK NEIGHBORHOOD

Famous for its white sand beach, Waikiki remains one of the premier neighborhoods in Honolulu. Take a swim or catch the sunset at one of its world-renowned beaches. If you crave the outdoors, rent snorkels to see turtles at Kaimana Beach, take a surfing lesson, or catch a game/relax at Kapiolani Regional Park. There are countless places along Waikiki to rent snorkels or stand-up paddle board (SUP) /surfboards for a day. After A day outside, enjoy shopping that is open almost every day of the year, or have dinner at one of Waikiki's famed restaurants like Michel's, Roy's, or Alan Wong's. Because Waikiki is the center of attraction in Honolulu, there are parades and events happening year-round, which means that there is no shortage of things to do in the city! When you would like to venture outside of Waikiki, the newly renovated Ala Moana Center - Hawaii's largest mall - is only a hop skip and a jump away! Ala Moana Center has all of the best shops on the island, including a Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Chanel, Valentino, and more. Honolulu's famous skyline of Diamond Head is also close by for a brisk walk or hike.

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