To capture the world’s most discriminating buyers, you need more than just a great view.
The home billed as Hawaii’s most exquisite penthouse certainly offers an extraordinary view of the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head. With a private infinity rooftop pool and sky lanai, Ward Village’s Grand Penthouse is one of the most exciting residences in Honolulu at Ward Village, a 60-acre coastal master planned community with a sophisticated style designed to meet the demands of the world’s most exacting connoisseurs.
The grand penthouse on the 36th floor of the Waiea tower could set a record once sold. Designed by award-winning architect James Cheng in collaboration with world renowned interior designer Tony Ingrao, the home’s glass walls with impressive height, and strategic orientation allow residents to enjoy unobstructed 360-degree views.
The five-bedroom Grand Penthouse encompasses more than 10,000 square feet of spacious interiors and outdoor living space with a living area opening to the private infinity rooftop pool and sky lanai and the one-bedroom guesthouse with a full kitchen, bar and living room. The residence will include a separate four-car garage.
Waiea is comprised of 175 residences, including 10 townhomes, 12 penthouses and two grand penthouses.All residents within the Waiea building will have the finest amenities at their disposal including available room service from Nobu, which will be located in the lobby of the prestigious building. The amenities floor includes a pool, a children’s play pool, a barbecue cabana, and a fitness center with yoga room and locker rooms with steam, sauna, and treatment rooms. It also includes a golf simulator, dog park, performance theatre, and a catering kitchen. Quiet lounges, luxury appointed guest suites, onsite guest parking, optional valet service, an outdoor event lawn with bar and barbecue, the Victoria Ward Library, Howard Hughes Bar and on-site resident manager and concierge service.
Ward Village includes three mixed-use residential towers – Waiea, Anaha and Aeʻo – that are now under construction and will transform the popular shopping and dining district into a neighborhood with exceptional residences with incredible island and ocean views and a carefully curated mix of retail experiences set among dynamic public open spaces and walkable streets.
Waiea, which will open in late 2016 and will be home to internationally acclaimed restaurant Nobu Honolulu. Anaha, opening in 2017, will include the first Merrimanʻs restaurant on Oahu. Aeʻo will complete construction in 2018; it will include 466 residences and Oahu’s flagship Whole Foods Market.
The penthouse is listed with HL1, the luxury division of Hawaii Life. For more information visit the listing at HL1.com.
Deidre Woollard served as the lead editor on Luxist.com for six years writing about real estate, auctions, jewelry and luxury goods. Her love for luxury real estate led her to work at realtor.com and two of the top real estate brokerages in Los Angeles as well as doing publicity for properties around the world.