Sky Ala Moana
One Bed to Start in High $600,000s
Two Bed to Start in Mid $800,000s
390 Total Units
176 One Bed with Lanai Units
214 Two Bed with Lanai Units
300 Total Units
225 Studio Units
50 One Bed Units
25 Two Bed Units
Sky Ala Moana in the News
The Honolulu Star Advertiser reports that $510 million Sky Ala Moana project is expected to deliver 300 condominium hotel units and 474 condominium units, of which 84 will be affordably priced. Avalon Group President and CEO Christine Camp said condominium hotel units and market-priced units are expected to range from $650,000 to $850,000.
Article: “Twin tower Sky Ala Moana gets OK from City Council”, Honolulu Star Advertiser, November 15, 2018.
Article: “Avalon’s Sky Ala Moana wins Honolulu council approval for TOD zoning”, Pacific Business News, November 14, 2018.
Article: “City Council paves the way for construction of Sky Ala Moana tower on Kapiolani”, Honolulu Star Advertiser, November 14, 2018.
Article: “Christine Camp has big plans for Honolulu’s Kenrock Building”, Pacific Business News, February 22, 2017.
1 Public Report
2 Receipt for Public Report and Notice of Right to Cancel
3 Master Declaration
4 Master Bylaws
5 Master Condo Map
6 Declaration (Sky Ala Moana West)
7 Bylaws (Sky Ala Moana West)
8 Condo Map (Sky Ala Moana West)
9 Declaration of Reciprocal Easements
10 House Rules
11 Specimen Deed Form
12 Escrow Agreement
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As a Buyer’s Agent, Tracy will look after after YOUR BEST INTERESTS. Tracy is a dedicated full-time Realtor with over 25-years of experience in Hawaii real estate, specializing in new condominium developments in Honolulu.
He most recently served as the Sales Manager for Keola La’i, a new 352 unit condominium in Kaka’ako (2008). He also was a member of the Sales Teams for One Archer Lane (1998), Lanikea at Waikiki (2005), Moana Pacific (2007) and The Cove Waikiki (2014).