Condos Real Estate Stories

Symphony Honolulu

Symphony Honolulu initially started sales in the early summer of 2013 with more than half of all market units contracted within a few months. Roughly three years later, anxious buyers are visiting their units, doing final walk thru’s, and making final arrangements before moving in. The 388 unit mixed-use building, developed by Oliver McMillan, will be anchored on the ground floor by a luxury car dealership called Velocity. Located at the corner of Ward Avenue and Kapiolani Boulevard, Symphony Honolulu features expansive ocean views with nearly unobstructed mountain views.

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With most Oliver McMillan projects, amenities are always a vital selling point as the developer tends to spare no expense when it comes to outdoor spaces and entertainment. Pacifica Honolulu, another Kakaako project joint developed by McMillan, has seen prices sky rocket since the launch of sales with all the great amenities and beautifully manicured recreation deck drawing many buyers young and old. Symphony Honolulu has been able to accomplish getting every amenity one could want into the building, while keep maintenance fees low. At 66 cents a square foot you’re on the low end compared to most of the Kakaako neighborhood.

Amenities include Bbq area, Exercise room, heated pool, sauna, whirpool, trash chute, dog park, media room and much more. Some the unit features include floor to ceiling windows, Studio Becker cabinets, engineered hardwood floors, central AC, stainless steel Bosch appliances, full-size washer dryer and more.

If you’re thinking about moving into urban Honolulu, you should certainly consider Symphony Honolulu. Resales from investor purchased units should be coming on the market soon, contact me if you would like to be put on the list of interested buyers. Mahalo!

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