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Home Sweet Home at Ko’ula in Kakaako

Luxury Lifestyle at Ko’ula

Experience a truly luxurious and homey lifestyle here at Ko’ula. This 41-story tower inspired by the red sugar cane is located at the heart of Ward Village. With a total of 565 units ranging from 300 sf to over 1500 sf, this dwelling is well-priced at about $500,000 up to $1.8M. 

Urban Amenities

A fusion of luxury and nature is within your reach with an acre of amenity deck. Yes! An acre of fun activities and exciting features such as lap pool, cabanas, fitness center, outdoor dining, and kids’ play area. All these and more to soothe the hustle and bustle of fast-paced urban living.

Master Planned Community

This community embraces walking, biking, and transit. Aside from retail stores and restaurants, there are gathering spaces and annual art events. The location is undeniably exquisite, yet efficiently used. Indeed this neighborhood is not called “Best Master Planned Community in the Nation” for nothing.

Indoor/Outdoor Living

The outdoor life is just as amazing as the indoors. Ko’ula offers studio up to 3 bedroom residences. Each unit comes with a parking stall and a lanai which has an unobstructed and panoramic view of the ocean and mountains. How serene could that be! 

Modern, Earthy Elegance

As you open the door, this place reveals a mixture of modern elegance and earthy vibe. The open kitchen flows into the living and dining areas, floor-to-ceiling windows, and complete living series with Miele kitchen appliances. What else could you possibly need? Just bring your toothbrush and clothes, and you’re ready to move in.

To schedule your private showing or to see what other luxury condos are available in Kakaako, please call or email me.

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