The Park on Ke'eaumoku (also dubbed early on as Keeaumoku Towers) is the newest planned project to the Midtown Ala Moana Neighborhood. The Park on Keeaumoku will be a twin-tower 400-foot building comprised of 964 units. There will be 836 units sold as market-priced units and 128 affordable housing units. The building will feature commercial retail on the lower levels of the building and will have a park on the ground level cornering Keeaumoku and Rycroft Street. The building will directly across of the HMSA building and will be a short distance to Ala Moana Shopping Center and Ward Village in Kakaako. The project will comprise of studios, one, two, and three-bedroom units. The Park on Keeaumoku has also been approved a height variance since it is within Honolulu's Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) zone which promotes and encourages development around pedestrian-friendly infrastructure to promote walkability, biking, and mass transit (Honolulu's Rail Transit and Bus Lines). The project is tentatively set to be introduced and launched in 2021.
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The Park on Keeaumoku will have a total of 964 units. There will be a mix of studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units. It hasn't yet been determined what the restrictions will be on the affordable housing units, or what units will be available so register your interest to be kept up to date!
Affordable Housing Units: 128 Units. Prices & Restrictions - Coming Soon
Market Units: 836 Units. Studios, 1-bed, 2-bed, and 3-bedroom units. Prices Coming Soon
Total Units: 964 Units
Maintenance Fee: TBD
The Park on Keeaumoku will feature floor to ceiling windows in the living areas to allow for natural light and will have a lanai for every single unit. Even the studios! The lanais will feature glass railings which will allow for better views from inside your unit. The interior will feature quartz countertops, luxury vinyl flooring in the kitchen and livingroom, carpet in the bedrooms, and modern plumbing fixtures. There will be no options or upgrades available.
The building will have residential units starting on the 3rd floor going up to the 44th floor. The floor plans are shown below and will typically feature 13 units per floor. The floor plate changes on the 25th floor and from 25 to 44 there will be 10 units per floor (the studios and 1 bedroom units combine to make larger units). The 3rd floor will feature extra large spacious lanais (which are more than double the size of the normal lanai) as it will be right above the commercial retail.
The Park on Keeaumoku appears to follow in the footsteps of other recent new construction projects by incorporating a commercial retail component on the lower level of the building. There will be a 26,000 sq ft park on the corner of Keeaumoku and Rycroft Street and a shared amenity deck on top of the parking structure. There will be wide variety of resort-like amenities throughout the building for residents to enjoy.
The Park on Keeaumoku will feature an infinity edge pool, whirlpool, multiple club rooms, state of the art fitness studio, yoga studio, men women's spa areas, media room, movie theater, private pool cabanas, a sun deck, and a residents lawn just to name a few.
The Park on Keeaumoku will be one of the largest projects in the Midtown Ala Moana neighborhood. The project will be built on twelve existing parcels and will encompass 3.53 acres (153,884 sq ft). The Park on Keeaumoku project will border along Keeaumoku Street, Liona Street, and Rycroft Street. It will be right across the street from the HMSA building and diagonal from Walmart and Sams Club (on the ewa/west side of the building). It will also be just a short distance to the Ala Moana Shopping Center and Ward Village in Kakaako.
The building is one of several new construction projects coming to the Midtown Ala Moana neighborhood. Within the last few years, we have seen 5 other new highrises slated for the neighborhood (Azure Ala Moana, Sky Ala Moana, and The Central Ala Moana which are currently under construction). This influx of highrises will help transform the neighborhood and bring a variety of restaurants, cafes, and other commercial retail to the neighborhood. The Park on Keeaumoku will replace a few local eateries such as Asahi Grill, Sorabol, and Yogurstory, but we hope to see them reopen in new commercial spaces around the neighborhood.