Commodore Waikiki: The Latest Condo Conversion to Hit Honolulu

Exciting news for Oahu buyers in a low inventory market is the opening of sales for the Commodore Waikiki. It is a 4 story, 2 building complex located between the Hawaii Convention Center and Ala Moana Shopping Center, minutes away from Ala Moana and Magic Island beaches.

Commodore Waikiki

Commodore Waikiki offered by Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties

Commodore Waikiki offers you a move-in ready, newly renovated unit with views of the Ala Wai Canal. It is centrally located and conveniently near a plethora of dining and shopping options. There are 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom options to choose from:

Prices                                                     Interior                                   Maintenance Fees

1 Bedroom     $280,500 – $300,000                       405 sq. ft. – 450 sq. ft.             $256 – 276/mo

2 Bedrooms   $365,000 – $549,000                       592 sq. ft. – 838 sq. ft.              $373 – 528/mo


The refurbishments in this 1947-year-old building were primarily made to upgrade the flooring, kitchen cabinets, and appliances. The developer did a wonderful job with implementing different kitchen color schemes with different flooring types to suit a variety of Buyer tastes and to make the units unique. There are white to darker cherry-colored cabinets, and laminate as well as tile flooring options in the kitchen and living room.

Commodore Kitchen

Commodore Living Room

Additional Information

The down side is that parking does not come with the unit… it is basically on a first come, first serve basis for an additional $60,000. It does pay to act quickly, so if you’re interested in touring the property, contact me for further information or go to the Commodore Waikiki website.

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