Developer Stanford Carr was excited to announce the upcoming sales for his most recent project in the heart of Honolulu called Keauhou Place.
Model of Keauhou Place kitchen
This will be a mixed-use community that encompasses a tower high-rise and town homes, surrounding retail shops, and even a grocery store. This project is just one of several new developments to be built in the next several years in the Kaka’ako area with land owners Kamehameha Schools.
Kitchen perfect for entertaining!
The project will have 423 total units. The 43-floor tower will encompass 388 units: 133 one-bedrooms, 215 two-bedrooms, and 40 three-bedroom units. There will be 20 two-bedroom and 15 three-bedroom town homes.
Model of bathroom with double vanity sinks
The kitchens will feature Quartz composite counter tops, Energy Star appliances, and European-style cabinetry. It will also have large walk-in closets, a nice sized bathroom/shower, and all units below the Penthouse level will have lanais. Fabulous views await you!
Unusually large shower, especially in Honolulu!
The building’s amenities will include a fitness center and community room, in addition to a pool and Jacuzzi, BBQ areas, and even a Keiki (children’s) playground. In the center of it all will be Keauhou Lane, featuring retail and dining options, a community walkway, and even a rail transit station! It will also be a pet-friendly building for all you animal lovers out there.
There will be both market units starting from the mid $400,000s for the 1-bedrooms, mid $500,000s for the 2-bedrooms, and mid $800,000s for the super spacious 3-bedroom units in the tower; for the town homes, the 2-bedrooms start in the mid $600,000s and the 3-bedrooms will start in the mid $900,000s. 20% of the tower units or 88 units will be reserve housing units, where there are qualifying income restrictions, but the same units would be less expensive.
Sales should start shortly, although at this time there is no definite date. Units are anticipated to go quickly, as this is one of the more affordably priced Kaka’ako developments. Construction is estimated to take between 18-24 months, so the building is targeted for completion in roughly late 2016/early 2017.
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For more information about Keauhou Place, including floor plans or qualifications for reserve units, contact me soon.