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Future Skyscraper Spotlight: Moana Pacific

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Hello here's an inside look at two residential towers that will be built on an empty lot across the street from where i live.

Moana Pacific, the twin oval-tower condominium project offering 700 units at Piikoi Street and Kapiolani Boulevard, will open its sales preview office on Sunday, marking yet another high-rise development in Kakaako.

Though sales reservations won't be taken yet, they're expected to go rapidly for the KC Rainbow Development Corp. LLC project offering one- to three-bedroom units starting at $300,000.

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The three golden words in real estate are location, location and location. Moana Pacific has it all. Located between Downtown and Waikiki, as well as within walking distance to Ala Moana Beach Park, we provide a combination of city living, privacy and convenience.

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^Also do you notice the empty lots near Nauru Tower & Hawa'iki tower to the right of the pic...well two other towers are currently underconstruction over there.

This is a little of the views that people will see from Moana Pacific after its built

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Amenities: Moana Pacific provides a variety of amenities that includes a putting green, driving range, tennis courts, spa, lap and swimming pools, as well as jogging tracks. Each tower has its own theater, game and party rooms and a spacious fitness center. The elegant grand lobby with 16 feet ceilings provides comfort and style. BBQ areas and an abundance of lawns and landscaping make the garden terrace a private park for residents.

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I tell ya what the newer designs for towers being built here are a huge improvement to the mess the city made back in the 70s and 80s if i was Bill Gates id probably buy Waikiki and demolish it and construct new towers either that or go back and build some of the high quality low rises that the city used to have back in the day. :angry:

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