The Consulate, built by Clarence Yee in 1965, has been awarded for its unique architectural design. This building stands out on the corner of Makiki and Heulu Streets in Honolulu, especially since it towers over a bunch of the lower level walk up apartments surrounding it. The Consulate stands 11 stories high with a total of only 65 units, all 2 bedrooms.
Only 2 or 3 units on average are sold per year here, so come check out unit #501. It is the largest of the units, with an enclosed lanai, which adds to the already roomy living space. #501 is also an end unit, with floor to ceiling jalousie windows, which brings brightness, breezes, and city mixed with treetop views into all the rooms.
This kitchen has a spacious, open floor plan perfect for entertaining. The living area will accommodate most sofas or sectionals while allowing you to experiment with a variety of layouts for your furniture. The concrete walls will surely bring you lots of privacy.
Enjoy the salt water pool, and store your bike in a locked area. The building’s location is far enough away from the hustle of Honolulu, but yet so close to Ala Moana and Ward Village for shopping and dining, the beaches, bus stops, University of Hawaii, and the H-1 Freeway accesses.
Longtime resident manager Francisco is very friendly and helpful and festively decorates the lobby and entranceway for the holidays. I even noticed that they are having a Halloween potluck as well!
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