A’ali’i construction updates
December 3, 2019
Updated December 3, 2019:
The construction is ongoing at A’ali’i condo. The construction crews are working well above the 19th floor now. The amenity deck is taking shape as they start framing out where the pool will be. The lower floors already have their windows installed.
Once the curtain wall of windows are installed, then the interiors can start to be finished.
Aalii has been a popular condo. The reserve housing units went within days. Even now, the building is better than 90% sold out. Remaining units are priced from $549,900 for a studio to $1,339,900 for a two-bedroom, two-bath unit.
Now that Victoria Park has taken shape, it is more clear how special the A’ali’i will be since it is going to be one of the most affordable condos inWard Village and yet border on Vicotria Park. Some units will have a direct ocean view over the park.
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May 2, 2019. A’ali’i construction updates. The base of the A’ali’i is taking shape. The new pillars show the basic outline of part of the base of this new condo. The neat work area shows where the base of the condo will be, just off the amenity deck of the Ae’o condo. The cranes are slowly getting taller at the base of the building grows.
A’ali’i condo is over 90% sold out. The section of affordable units have sold, and the requirement for Owner-occupant purchases has expired. Now all units are freely available to investors or owner-occupants. There are a limited number of studios and one-bedroom and two-bedroom units available.
Typically with the last units for sale, the developer may be open to making particularly attractive deals to finish off sales. Please contact me to learn more about the A’ali’i condo and available units. Models are still available to view. Please contact me to make an appointment to view these model units. The rest of these units will not last long. Ae’o condo sold out about eight months before the building was complete, A’ali’i condo will sell out even sooner. Don’t miss out. Visit the A’ali’i page here