Honolulu Real Estate

 

 

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Honolulu is the capital of the state of Hawaii, rich with history and buzzing with the hustle and bustle of a thriving city, including museums, fantastic restaurants, art and theater. The majority of Oahu’s population lives in Honolulu which extends throughout the southeastern portion of the island from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point. Downtown Honolulu real estate includes many high rise condominium buildings that offer expansive views across the city and of the ocean or the mountains in the distance.

The downtown area is made up of four distinct districts: the Capitol District, the Central Business District, Chinatown, and the Waterfront. The Capitol District is centered around city hall, known as Honolulu Hale. This District includes the majority of the government buildings and offices. The Central Business District houses headquarters for a number of Hawaiian businesses and is home to the majority of the city’s skyscrapers. Chinatown is home to an incredible arts district and the Oahu Market, an open-air market that is a huge draw to this area of Honolulu. The Waterfront District is home to Honolulu Harbor, where the majority of cruise ships dock when visiting Honolulu.

Honolulu is a city with a great deal to offer residents and visitors alike with so many interesting locations and fun activities. Historic places in Honolulu include Iolani Palace, the Kawaiahao Church, the Mission Houses and the Bishop Museum. In addition, Honolulu is home to some of the most iconic Hawaiian landmarks including the King Kamehameha Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue and the historic Hawaii Theatre.

Real estate in Honolulu is prospering, with new condo projects coming onto the market as a result of demand. People enjoy living in a city where they can work, shop, dine, enjoy the arts, take part in a thriving night life and have easy access to the ocean. There is always something to do in Honolulu and residents here enjoy an active and entertaining lifestyle.