Penthouse level residence with ocean, marina and Diamond Head views. Relax on your spacious lanai which spans the length of your unit as you enjoy the waves and beautiful sunsets. Features Corian counter tops, hardwood cabinets, newer stainless steel appliances, marble flooring and central A/C. This open floor plan of over 1,425 square feet provides a formal entryway, kitchen countertop seating, dining and living areas. The high 9' ceilings and large sliding doors allow for ample natural light. Separate laundry room, walk in closet and lanai storage makes condo living comfortable. Comes with two assigned covered parking stalls and use of guest parking. Kalele Kai is a gated pet friendly community with heated pool, barbecue, gazebo and walking path. Minutes to Costco, Longs, Safeway, and local shops and restaurants.
Hawaiʻi Kai is a largely residential area located in the City & County of Honolulu, in the East Honolulu CDP on the island of Oʻahu. Hawaiʻi Kai is the largest of several communities at the eastern end of the island. The area was largely developed by Henry J. Kaiser around the ancient Maunalua fishpond and wetlands area known as Kuapā (meaning “fishpond wall”). The Hawaiʻi Kai or Koko Marina was dredged from Kuapā Pond starting around 1959. Dredging not only transformed the shallow coastal inlet and wetlands into a marine embayment, but was accompanied by considerable filling and clearing of the pond margins. In 1961, Kaiser-Aetna entered into a lease agreement with the land owner, the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate, to develop the 521 acre (2.11 km²) fishpond into residential tracts with a marina and channels separated by fingers of land and islands upon which house lots and commercial properties would be laid out and developed (ACOE, 1975). Nearly all of the low-lying lands surrounding the marina have since been developed, and neighborhoods now extend back into the several valleys and up the separating ridges.