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Cast your Vote for the Waiea Grand Penthouse as the New Cover for Christie’s Magazine

New Grand Penthouse Level 36, Ward Village, Honolulu, Oahu | $36M | 10,076 sq. ft. int. + 1,357 lanai | 5 BR/5.5 BA

We were thrilled to recently learn that Hawaii Life’s listing on Oahu is one of just two luxury properties worldwide as a finalist being considered to be featured on the cover of Christie’s International Real Estate magazine’s December issue.

However, time is of the essence! The decision will be made by you and the magazine’s readers around the world. The deadline to vote is Monday, August 14! Follow this link now to cast your vote!

The Grand Waiea Penthouse is a brand-new ultramodern aerie in Honolulu’s trendy Kakaako district. Located on the topmost 36th floor with panoramic views of Diamond Head, a private elevator and a rooftop sky lanai with infinity pool, outdoor kitchen and pool house, the Penthouse is the ultimate in luxury living.

The great room with Diamond Head and blue Pacific views. Follow this link now to cast your vote!

With more than 10,000 square feet of interior space plus a 1,357 lanai, the home (designed by award-winning architect James K.M. Cheng and internationally acclaimed interior designer, Tony Ingrao) is situated in the most exclusive tower residence in Hawaii and rivals the great penthouses across the globe.

Master Bedroom with stunning panoramic views. Follow this link now to cast your vote!

Waiea represents a new level of luxury in Hawaii and is the flagship building of Honolulu’s most distinguished urban neighborhood, Ward Village.

More Information

For more information on this magnificent residence or additional Hawaii Island real estate opportunities, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R (B), BIC, Director of HL1-Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or carrie@HL1.com.

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