1-Hokua Tower: 40 stories @ 418 ft. (2005)
2-Ko'olani: 47 stories (2006)
3-Moana Pacific East Tower: 46 stories @ 400 ft. (2006)
4-Lanikea at Waikiki: 30 stories @ 300 ft. (2005)
5-215 North King Street: 23 stories
6-Moana Pacific West Tower: 46 stories @ 400 ft. (2006)
7-Ko'Olina Beach Club 2: 12 stories
*more to come!
1-Waikikian Tower: 38 stories (2005)
2-Nine O Nine Kapi'olani: 35 stories @ 332 ft. (2007)
3-Ewa Tower Ward Village: 17 stories
4-Kulana Hale Apartments II: 15 stories
5-Keola Lai: 42 stories @ 387 ft. (2008)
6-Watermark Waikiki: 37 stories @ 350 ft. (2007)
7-Capitol Place: 39 stories @ 400 ft? (2007)
1-World Trade Center Hawaii: 31 stories @ 400 ft.
2-Puaena: 28 stories
3-Outrigger Beach Walk Tower: 350 ft.
4-2121 Kuhio Avenue: 28 stories @ 300 ft.
5-Kapi'olani Akahi C.C. Retirement Community: 26 stories @ 294 ft. (2005)
6-800 Nu'uanu Condominiums: 21 stories @ 220 ft. (2006)
7-Royal Kahili Tower: 16 stories @ 208 ft. (2006)
8-The Pinnacle Honolulu: 35 stories @ 350 ft - 400 ft?
9-Iwilei Elderly Housing: 13 stories
10-Donald Trumps Luxury Condo
11-Possible Old Honolulu Advertiser site Tower
12-3D Investments Condo Tower: 22 stories
13-A&B Kaka'ako Waterfront Residential Project Towers I: 20 stories
14-A&B Kaka'ako Waterfront Residential Project Towers II: 20 stories
15-A&B Kaka'ako Waterfront Residential Project Towers III: 20 stories
16-Centex Destination Properties - luxury beachfront mid-rise condominium at Ko Olina Resort & Marina - 247-units
*More to come!!
1-25 stories Kaka'ako Project - the land owner sold the property, not sure what's going to happened to it now?
2-Pacific Quay Office Tower - The Pacific Quay project looks like it will turn into waterfront lofts instead of two towers.
3-Pacific Quay Hotel Tower
Under 12 stories:
Proposed (that I put together so far):
1-Waikiki Palms - 116 units @ 6 stories
2-Lofts @ Waikiki - 36 units @ 6 stories
3-250-room all-suite business hotel @ Honolulu Harbor @ 4-8 stories
Portion of post below is the original post, portion above is an edited-in list of current era projects. . .
Here are a few of the new residential projects getting busy in the HI-Town........
Hokua Tower - Breaks ground Friday 21 Nov 2003
U/C? or soon to be
U/C built by 2005?
Stay tuned for more,well as the renderings become available for other projects down here