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Active Condos at Honolulu Park Place with Great Amenities in Downtown Honolulu

When Honolulu Park Place came on the market in the late 80’s, Charles Pankow Builders hit a long time coming home run. The amenities and exclusive club atmosphere were very unique for Honolulu at the time. I was among the lucky buyers who landed a reservation number for a place in line to buy a condo pre-construction.

If your office is downtown you will love the walk to work vs. paying for gas and parking

As I recall, it was December 1989 when the building was topped off and all the units were worth a good amount more than the contracted sales prices as the market was racing up due to an influx of Japanese national buyers investing in the Hawaii real estate market.

Honolulu Park Place koi pond

The condos on the other side of the building enjoy a Punchbowl view and the lower-floor units have a really nice vantage over the koi ponds.

Active Condos

There are currently 6 condos listed for sale that you can see on my Honolulu Downtown Condos Property Gallery starting at $425K for a one-bedroom and $509K for a two-bedroom condo.

View from Honolulu Park Place #3409

Sales activity for past 6 months shows one-bedroom condos selling at an average price of $382K with an average of 94 days on market. Sales for two-bedroom condos averaged $556K, with an average of 23 days on market.

Honolulu Park Place Amenities

This building has every amenity you can think of – too many to mention – including a 2 lane bowling alley. The amenities have been maintained and upgraded regularly over the years keeping it a nice place to live with one-bedroom condos starting in the low $400K range.

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Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

July 9, 2012

Aloha David… do you still live there? Looks like an incredibly convenient spot!! Please tell me it’s walking distance from DimSum!

David Hite

July 10, 2012

Hi Katie, Yes you can skip to the best DimSum from Honolulu Park Place. I don’t presently live there. I am now happily living within walking distance to our great Kahala office location.

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

July 9, 2012

Aloha David… do you still live there? Looks like an incredibly convenient spot!! Please tell me it’s walking distance from DimSum!

David Hite

July 10, 2012

Hi Katie, Yes you can skip to the best DimSum from Honolulu Park Place. I don’t presently live there. I am now happily living within walking distance to our great Kahala office location.

Shaylyn Kimura, RS

July 13, 2012

Mahalo for the information, David. I’ve been Honolulu Park Place several times to visit friends and must concur that its location is ideal for those who work and want to live in the downtown area. By the way, I had a blast at the bowling alley, was not expecting that. Definitely not a common amenity, huh?

David Hite

July 13, 2012

Shaylyn, thanks for your comment. My forthcoming blog will be about another Honolulu Downtown condo building Capitol Place that is pretty new–2008 construction. For those who can afford a little more it is a great residence. It has great amenities also, except no bowling lanes.

Shaylyn Kimura, RS

July 13, 2012

Mahalo for the information, David. I’ve been Honolulu Park Place several times to visit friends and must concur that its location is ideal for those who work and want to live in the downtown area. By the way, I had a blast at the bowling alley, was not expecting that. Definitely not a common amenity, huh?

David Hite

July 13, 2012

Shaylyn, thanks for your comment. My forthcoming blog will be about another Honolulu Downtown condo building Capitol Place that is pretty new–2008 construction. For those who can afford a little more it is a great residence. It has great amenities also, except no bowling lanes.

David Hite

July 14, 2012

Shaylyn, The only other building on Oahu where I have seen private bowling lanes was in Century Center that is kitty-corner from the convention center. That was a long time ago and I think they replaced that amenity with something else. My forthcoming blog is about a newer downtown building called Capitol Place that also has great amenities. Do you know anyone looking to purchase a Honolulu downtown condo?

David Hite

July 14, 2012

Shaylyn, The only other building on Oahu where I have seen private bowling lanes was in Century Center that is kitty-corner from the convention center. That was a long time ago and I think they replaced that amenity with something else. My forthcoming blog is about a newer downtown building called Capitol Place that also has great amenities. Do you know anyone looking to purchase a Honolulu downtown condo?

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