By Rebekah Bell, Robb Report
Park Lane Ala Moana—a new residential development overlooking the turquoise waters and powdery beaches of Honolulu—went on sale last year with its 217 condominiums ($2.7 million to more than $28 million) offering jaw-dropping views of the Pacific and the surrounding tropical vegetation. Seventy-five percent of the condos were sold before the project was completed, but two of the property’s elite penthouses just hit the market in January.
Hale Mahina, Hawaiian for “House of the Moon,” is listed at $26.4 million and features nearly 6,000 square feet of indoor space, as well as three outdoor lanais overlooking the ocean. The seamless indoor-outdoor design—appointed with 10-foot-high, eucalyptus-lined walls; teak furnishings; a master suite with expansive ocean and city views; and a custom-made kitchen—provides a peaceful place to recharge in between experiencing the bustling sights and sounds of Honolulu.
The slightly larger Hale Moana, “House of the Ocean,” is listed at $28 million and offers 6,273 square feet of living space that is completely customizable. San Francisco–based designers ODADA and Hawaii’s Philpotts & Associates partnered to create a global design, using Portugal and Taipei as inspiration. Owners will have the opportunity to meet with the team and hand-select the finishing details and stay as involved as they wish with the final construction.
All owners are privy to Park Lane Ala Moana’s concierge, personal beach services, on-site spa, and fitness facilities, as well as the adjacent shopping development that is undergoing redevelopment slated for completion next year. Among the shopping highlights is the state’s first Bloomingdale’s.