This week, the first residents of Waiea in Honolulu moved into their new homes.
Award-winning, Vancouver-based architect James K. M. Cheng has shared his unique vision and talent with Honolulu to create a residential tower called “Waiea.” Developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation, Waiea’s design was inspired by the waves of the Pacific Ocean reflected on the mirrored, cascading façade.
This 36-floor tower brings a high level of architectural sophistication to Hawaii. Designed in collaboration with Rob Iopa and WCIT Architecture and with interiors by Tony Ingrao, Waiea boasts only a few exquisite residences left on the market and has officially begun welcoming residents to their homes on Oahu.
With a total collection of 174 residences, select homes feature private garages, lush gardens and swimming pools on sky lanais. As for the level of services and amenities on offer in the building, some of the 5-star offerings include a deluxe yoga room and fitness center, resort-style spa treatment spaces, an infinity-edged ocean-pool, cabanas and hot tub. Residents also can enjoy optional valet, concierge service, and room service from Nobu Honolulu, located at the ground floor of the building.
Waiea also has two grand penthouses featuring sophisticated interiors with the finest finishes and features throughout. At the height of luxury, the Grand Penthouse on the 36th floor boasts a private rooftop infinity swimming pool 400 feet in the air showcasing extraordinary 360-degree views of the surrounding island.
Waiea undoubtedly offers the finest living on the island of Oahu. With limited inventory remaining, there is just enough time to make Waiea your home for the holidays.